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Monday, 23 April 2007

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LONDON (Ass' press) - Organisers fear the giant London concert for Live Earth may be totally overshadowed by the continued wailing, moaning and gnashing of teeth surrounding the Diana memorial concert organised by the Princes William and Harry in between them being in the army, getting pissed and being dumped by b-grade trailer trash totty.

Screws of the World reported that her sons Princes William and Harry were "desperately trying to rescue" the July 7 Live Earth concert at the new, 90,000-seater Wembley Stadium, fearing it will be blown out of the water by their own concert.

At the charity "Concert for Diana" will be Sir Elton John, extending his career by knowing dead celebrities, also her favourite band Duran Duran. Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber will stage a medley of songs from his musicals and the English National Ballet will perform.

The Live Earth gig at Wembley on July 7 has only a few acts of mediocre talent, Madonna, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Genesis, Duran Duran, the Foo Fighters, the Black Eyed Peas and Bloc Party among others.

Bob Geldof was asked by a reporter for TheSpoof.com what he thinks will happen: "We may have to merge the concerts or call off Live Earth altogether There is just no way we can compete with the raw, visceral talent they have lined up against our, frankly, wanting list of no hopers. I mean, what was we thinking booking The Chilli Peppers when they have Andrew Lloyd Webber performing live? Seriously, we're fooked!"

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