Ringo Starr is preparing to make peace with fans in his native Liverpool after declaring he missed "nothing" about the English city he's returning to his hometown for a special show in June.
The former Beatles star angered his loyal following in 2008 when he announced during a TV interview that he was content with living in Los Angeles, after moving from his birthplace many years ago.
He was slammed by political leaders and tourism chiefs over the remarks - but Starr is heading back to Liverpool for his first concert since making the comments, according to Britain's Daily Express.
"Obviously Ringo is going to be asked about it before he performs there and he's keen to set the record straight," a source told the publication.
"It was a joke that got taken out of context and Ringo is going to make it clear publicly that Liverpool remains very special to him.