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Al-Qaeda postpones terror campaign until end of Strictly and X-Factor

bombing Dusseldorf to wait until Anne's danced the rumbaAl-Qaeda is struggling to secure sufficient numbers of bombers during the current series of Strictly Come Dancing and X-Factor.

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Posted: Nov 25th, 2013
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Lib-Dems to re-launch as Boy Band

Simon Hughes not included - couldn't find his voiceThe Lib-Dems will sensationally reposition its self today in Glasgow by re-launching itself as a Boy Band.

The Band will be known as ‘All Directions’ in line with current party thinking.

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Posted: Sep 17th, 2013
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Simon Cowell admits to life-long affair with himself

Shamed X-Factor chief Simon Cowell was left facing difficult questions today after details of his sordid affair with himself were revealed by his former lover.

Lauren Silverman, whose own affair with Cowell ended when she discovered that he was seeing himself behind her back, claims the TV producer took himself on secret luxury holidays, ‘wined and dined himself’ in top London restaurants, and regularly booked himself into single rooms in 5-star hotels for one-in-a-bed romps. He then cruelly ended his relationship with Silverman by telling her ‘it’s not you, it’s me. Literally’.

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Posted: Aug 3rd, 2013
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Simon Cowell slams German artist’s robot band

After the news a German artist has created ‘Compressorhead’, the first robot metal band, music mogul Simon Cowell has hit back claiming to have been inventing mechanical bands for years.

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Posted: Apr 15th, 2013
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Simon Cowell’s new show to find official ‘Best Thing Since Sliced Bread’

now looking for a profitable topping Simon Cowell today announced that his latest ITV talent show will for the first time feature inanimate as well as animate objects as he invites the public to vote for the official best thing since sliced bread.

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Posted: Oct 3rd, 2012
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