Following news that Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong entered rehab to combat his alcohol addiction, singer Alanis Morissette dedicated the band's iconic track 'Basket Case' to him on this week's Jimmy Kimmel.
In the run-up to their latest album Uno!, iconic rockers Green Day were supposed to perform this week on Jimmy Kimmel but after the frontman checked himself into rehab following his public meltdown at the iHeartRadio music festival, Alanis stepped in.
The touching dedication ends with Alanis saying 'I love you Billie Joe Armstrong'.
The 40-year-old was admitted to a treatment centre following his meltdown during a set at the recent iHeartRadio Festival.
The band broke the news Sunday evening on their Facebook page, posting a message that read: "Billie Joe is seeking treatment for substance abuse.
"We would like everyone to know that our set was not cut short by Clear Channel and to apologise to those we offended at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas. We regretfully must postpone some of our upcoming promotional appearances."
Billie Joe Armstrong has entered rehab (Wenn)
Billie Joe Armstrong wasn't impressed when he was reportedly told his band had a minute left to wrap up their set at the iHeartRadio festival.
Whilst performing on Friday night (September 21) in Las Vegas, the rocker appeared to throw a tantrum when a crew member held up a sign reading "1 minute".
He yelled: "You’re gonna give me one minute?! I’ve been around since f**king nineteen eighty f**king eight, and you’re gonna give me one minute?! You’ve gotta be f–ing kidding me!
"I’m not f**king Justin Bieber, you motherf**kers! Let me show you what one f**king minute f**king means!"
He then smashed his guitar on the ground and stormed off stage.
It has been speculated that the band's set was cut short after Usher's over-ran by 20 minutes.
Alanis Morissette covers Green Day:
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