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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

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HOLLYWOOD - There are six days remaining until America's favorite holiday where every age has a party to go to, where everyone wears whoever they want to be, where Lady Gaga says it's okay to be square.

Never mind the fact that the party will take place at an unemployed bachelor pad, or that a celebrity 'A' list will be in attendance, or that Mike Tyson will bring his pigeons as his pet for the evening, rather, mind the next message Lady Gaga wants to send around the world via the Twitter bird.

"It's OK to feel square, it's OK to be square, it's hope day no fare," exclaims Lady Gaga.

What's fascinating about the costume selection is that it comes from a story of a pumpkin who happens to be a completely different shape than the other normal circle pumpkins. Spooky the Square Pumpkin is made fun of and left out of the crowds. One day he gets so angry that he purchases dozens of watermelons, carries them over to the farm, and freezes them. The next morning he takes them out and puts them into a canon one by one and one by one he disembodied each circle pumpkin.

We could not reach Lady Gaga for comment as to the reason why she chose this particular costume other than the assumption that she likes to be square. Besides that, we're told that she is going to be brought over by a helicopter to make a grand entrance on Charlie Sheen's roof.

Other people's costumes: Tiger Woods will dress up as an ESPY award, Michael Jordan in his Hanes underwear, Mike Tyson as a Pigeon, Kobe Bryant as Phil Jackson, the Kardashians as Angry Birds, P. Diddy as Donald Trump, and Charlie Sheen who was recently fired from the number one television sitcom series plans to dress up as Walden Schmidt.

Meanwhile, Joan Rivers, who always looks worse dressed than the people she is judging, gave Lady Gaga two thumbs up because Joan used to be a square pumpkin.

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