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Thursday, 14 January 2010

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Adam Lambert's next concert tour will feature The Beaver Cousins as his opening act.

HOLLYWOOD - Teenage music queens Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and Demi Lovato have all been signed to star in the new reality show on the Teen Girl Network (TGN) called We Were Just 17.

Miley said that the title was taken from a line in the Beatles song, "I Saw Her Standing There."

The show will focus on three cousins who are discovered by an old talent agent named Nick "The Stick" Custerdell, while singing at a Mr. Parmesan's Pizza Palace in Beaver, Oklahoma.

Custerdell signs the girls to a contract right there at the salad bar and he gives them the name The Beaver Cousins.

The three 17-year-old girls are booked to play all over the Midwest including The Sooner or Later Sooner Annual Fandango and Eggplant Toss in Muskogee, Oklahoma; The Yearly Hog Calling and Hog Denutting Festival in Hot Springs, Arkansas; and The Mule Kicking Kontest and Jackass Branding Whoop-De-Do in Jefferson City, Missouri.

The Beaver Cousins soon move to Los Angeles where they end up meeting Simon Cowell, CEO of 19th Hole Productions. He buys up their contract from Custerdell and makes them all promise not to go all 'boy crazy' on him.

The Beaver Cousins become so good that they are soon booked to go on tour with Adam Lambert as his opening act.

While on tour Lambert takes the three young girls under his wing and teaches them all kinds of things such as the proper way to apply eye liner, the different kinds of lipsticks to use with the different colored eye-shadows, and the proper way to grab one's own crotch.

In a developing story. An extremely depressed Paula Abdul has assured law enforcement officials that she will not show up at any more American Idol auditions and that she will just somehow find a way to force herself to accept the fact that she is no longer one of the American Idol judges.

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