Report: Gwyneth Paltrow ends Ryan Murphy-Kings of Leon feud
The Ministry often makes "what can't she do?" jokes in regards to Gwyneth Paltrow, but now she's testing even our limits of what an average A-lister can achieve: peace talks.
Though passion projects like "Glee" and GOOP are well within her wheelhouse, a new report suggests that Paltrow calmed tensions between "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy and rockers Kings of Leon.
In a January cover story with the Hollywood Reporter, Murphy blasted the band for not giving "Glee" rights to the track "Use Somebody," labeling the gang "self-centered ... and they missed the big picture. They missed that a 7-year-old kid can see someone close to their age singing a Kings of Leon song."
Responding on Twitter, Leon member Nathan Followill shot back at Murphy to "buy a new bra" and get over it, speech that was deemed homophobic.
Paltrow to the rescue.
A THR source says the actress organized a series of text messages, and therefore healing, between her old pal Murphy and the band and "it's all good now."
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-- Matt Donnelly
Photo: Gwyneth Paltrow sings at the 2011 Grammy Awards. Credit: Matt Sayles / Associated Press