Seth Rogen is thrilled to have
Seth Rogen is thrilled to have "made up" with Justin Bieber and admitted their feud started when he called the singer "really mean" things for no reason.

Seth Rogen ends feud with Justin Bieber

SETH Rogen is thrilled to have "made up" with Justin Bieber.

The 'This is the End' actor - who previously called the 'Sorry' singer "a piece of s**t" on Twitter following a brief meeting - admits there was no foundation for the "beef" he had with the 21-year-old pop star and he is relieved their feud is now over.

He told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres: "We had a beef, I guess you would say, I don't know if that's the word the kids use.

"It's not really a beef I just called him some really mean things on social media for no real reason.

"All of this time I had only met him once, very briefly, and it was honestly a very pleasant interaction,"

"And I finally saw him today in the hallway of your show and I guess we made up, which is fantastic."

The 33-year-old actor went on to joke he wanted to befriend Justin following the recent leak of naked pictures of the singer on holiday.

He quipped: "In light of recent photos I want him on my side."

Justin then came on to the set of the show wearing a mask of Seth's face and the pair shook hands to officially end their feud.

The 'Interview' star previously admitted he wanted to "hate" the 'Believe' hitmaker "as much as he could".

He said: "He's a good example of someone who you meet who you think you are going to hate and then you get to hate him as much as you could."



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