The nine months war between Elton John and George Michael has finally ended over a nice dinner at George's homeThe nine-months-war between Elton John and George Michael has finally ended over a nice dinner at George's home in North London, all thanks to Gordon Ramsay who took care of everything.
As a peace offering, George Michael allowed Elton John to use their 1991 duet "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" for an album he plans to release later this year.
A friend of George Michael's revealed that they were "both delighted that the feud is over".
"George invited Elton to have dinner secretly at his house a couple of weeks ago and it was quite an occasion", the source said.
Apparently, "Gordon did all the cooking and George and Elton spent much of the time creased up laughing as they reminded each other of hilarious stories from their past" he added.
The hatred between the two artists began after Elton has said that George smoked too much dope, suggesting there was a "deep-rooted unhappiness in his life" and branded his album Patience as "disappointing".
George Michael stroke back, declaring to Britain's Heat magazine that John didn't know anything about him or his private life and urged his fans to ignore John's comments.
Afterwards, Elton John regreted the incident and tried to make up with George, calling him for about five times, but Michael refused to talk to him.