The Police have revealed they still have big fights on their current world tour.
Frontman Sting and drummer Stewart Copeland admit they often fight during rehearsals, but always make up before they go onstage.
The band split in 1986 and have reunited for a one-off tour, but drummer Copeland says the rehearsals are often spoilt by a series of arguments, reports Yahoo! News.
"There were fights and there still are. Verbal, they were never physical. These days we're on a three or four-day cycle," he explained.
He added: "We're playing nicely, then the little rubs and grinds start, you know--'Stewart, don't play that.' Sting, I wanna. Then, 'Nyanyanyannnnnn..., you f**king...!' Stomp off. Errrrrrgh!
"It drives me nuts I'm thinking, I don't need this, I'm not going to put up with this. Then a little later it's Sting? 'Stewart?' You know I love you. 'You know I love you too.' Two grown men kissing and hugging tearfully. After that we're on our best behavior until he starts. And I start." (NME.com)