If anyone can heal the world with a quick text message, it’s Gwyneth Paltrow. Seems that Glee‘s most famous guest star has brokered peace between the show and it’s most hated enemy, the Kings Of Leon, and she did it all with a few taps on her iPhone. The Hollywood Reporter claims that Paltrow got Ryan Murphy and the members of Kings Of Leon to apologize for all their various jabs at one another via text message, and the official word from all parties is that “it’s all good now.” That sounds like something you’d expect to hear if The People’s Court was presided over by Matthew McConaughey, isn’t it? “Are you guys both still mad? No? S’all good now.”
To refresh your memory, Murphy was vocal about his anger toward the group for not allowing their songs to be used on Glee, and in response, drummer Nathan Followill Tweeted that Murphy should get therapy and buy a new bra, which came off as homophobic, to say the least. But now, finally we can rest easy knowing that Paltrow The Negotiator has healed this gaping pop culture wound. We’re going to assume she was also behind Glee‘s reconciliation with Lindsay Lohan, and that she’s currently hard at work convincing Jay-Z and Beyonce to stay together too. (Man, we don’t even want to joke about those two breaking up. It just can’t happen.) This is all proof once again that there is nothing Gwyneth can’t do.
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