SIR Elton John and Robbie Williams put their longtime feud behind them when they saw each other for the first time in five years at a Take That recording session in 2010.
The Rocket Man fell out with the Angels hitmaker following the release of Williams' 2004 autobiography Feel, in which the singer claimed the music legend and his partner David Furnish "kidnapped" him and forced him into rehab at the height of his drug problems in the 1990s.
The music legend, who has also battled drug abuse in the past, maintains they didn't kidnap the troubled star, but simply offered him help because they "thought he was going to die".
The superstars didn't see each other for half a decade until last year (10), when Elton turned up at a recording studio where Williams was working on a new Take That album after reuniting with his former bandmates.
And the veteran singer reveals they made peace at the meeting.
He tells Britain's Daily Mirror, "I saw Take That last year when they were all recording the album - the first time I'd seen Robbie for five years. In his book, he'd said something about me kidnapping him. I was very upset and we both had a go at each other. We didn't kidnap him, he turned up on our door coked out of his brains and we took him to our house in Windsor because we thought he was going to die.
"When I saw Robbie with Gary (Barlow) he asked me if we were OK again. I told him of course we were, there's no point hanging on to bad feelings. I knew what he'd been through, drink and drugs - if anyone can understand that, it's me."