Kings Of Leon were always surprised their hit 'Sex on Fire' was never wanted to be used in an advertisement and joked they would use it in a commercial for lubricant.
Kings Of Leon want to endorse lubricant.
The US rockers are always surprised they were never asked to lend their single 'Sex on Fire' to a commercial for STD treatments, and though they ''think'' they would say no if asked, they would give more consideration to an appropriate sex aid.
Caleb Followill said: ''A lot of people have wondered when it [an STD ad] was going to happen, but it hasn't happened yet. You would think we'd say no, but no one's asked...''
Jared Followill added: ''Maybe someone should do an intense KY gel. Like a warming lube. That would work.''
In 2008, the 'Bucket' hitmakers headlined the famous Glastonbury festival and while they were nervous because of the huge scale of the show, Nathan Followill admits he felt anxious after learning two members of girl group All Saints would be watching.
He said: ''There was a girl group back then called ll Saints and I fancied two of them. Our manager said, 'A couple of girls from All Saints are going to be side of stage tonight.' I was so nervous, 'What if it's the two I liked?' ''
However, Nathan had nothing to fear as he had misunderstood the message, much to his disappointment.
He added to Q magazine: ''It was actually girls from All Saints clothing shop! I was giving it all, rocking out, thinking the girls from All Saints are watching, but it was actually the girls from the shop.''
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