Kings of Leon Glad "Glee" War is Over

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Kings of Leon are happy to put their feud with "Glee" boss Ryan Murphy behind them after the director publicly apologized for remarks he made about the "Sex on Fire" rockers. Annoyed by the fact the group wouldn't let him... 000_009_275_gleekol

Kings of Leon are happy to put their feud with "Glee" boss Ryan Murphy behind them after the director publicly apologized for remarks he made about the "Sex on Fire" rockers.

Annoyed by the fact the group wouldn't let him use their songs on his hit TV show, Murphy called the band "self-centred a*******", sparking a vicious war of words between him and drummer Nathan Followill.

Murphy has since reached out to make peace, insisting he completely "supports" the band's decision to opt out of allowing him to use their music. And his apology seems to have ended the public spat.

Backstage at the Coachella Festival on Friday, frontman Caleb Followill told RollingStone.com, "I'm glad he said something. We don't hold grudges."

Brother and bandmate Nathan adds, "I'll just be glad when I can check my Google alerts and don't have to read anything about us and Glee. That'll be a wonderful feeling."

(Photo: Getty Images)

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