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Ryan Murphy and Kings of Leon Fight About 'Glee,' P. Diddy Books 'Hawaii Five-0' Role and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Jan 26th 2011 6:15PM
Ryan Murphy, GleeThem's fightin' words: 'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy and Kings of Leon drummer Nathan Followill got into a war of words today after Murphy made like Cee Lo and said "Forget you" (the unedited version) to the band for not allowing 'Glee' to use their music on the show.

"Dear Ryan Murphy, let it go. See a therapist, get a manicure, buy a new bra," tweeted the drummer, according to Vulture.

Murphy responded via statement to Perez Hilton, saying "Wow. That's a homophobe badly in need of some education." Followill later apologized.

In other TV news ...

'Teen Mom 2' posted its best ratings yet last night. More than twice as many people tuned into the show than MTV's other new series, 'Skins,' with 4 million viewers and a 3.9 demo rating. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Speaking of 'Skins,' MTV says it will not cancel the series. "MTV stands by the US adaptation of 'Skins' and the vision of its creator Bryan Elsley," said a spokesperson. Plus, 'Skins' might've landed a new sponsor: PETA. [THR]

Kate Walsh will visit Seattle Grace for the musical episode of 'Grey's Anatomy.' Addison will be called back to deal with a medical emergency, presumably a baby-related issue of Callie's that will inspire all the singing. [TVLine]

Sean P. Diddy Combs landed a guest spot on 'Hawaii Five-0.' The hip-hop mogul-turned-actor will play a cop looking for vengeance. [TV Guide]

'The Talk' will be sticking around for at least another year. CBS announced today that it was bringing back the syndicated show for the 2011-2012 season. [CBS]

Bradley Whitford will stage a mini 'West Wing' reunion on 'In Plain Sight.' The actor will join series star Mary McCormack on an episode of the USA show next season. [Entertainment Weekly]

CBS's new comedy 'Mad Love' will now premiere on Valentine's Day. Appropriate for a series about an in-love New York couple. [Deadline]

On the heels of The CW's "Catch VD" billboards, a new promo for 'The Vampire Diaries' asks "Got Wood?" Someone in the promo department is really good at double entendres and "that's what she said" jokes. [EW]

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Jason Brown

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