Tito Jackson has decided to convert a farm in Somerset instead buying a house in Devon, Reg Quantrill of The Wurzels has sold Tito one of his surplus farm properties.
Talking about his recent purchase Tito said, 'It's so cosy in the kitchen you can smell the rabbit stew when the breeze blows past the farmyard you can smell the cow sheds too, I've never smelt nothing like it in all my life and there's a pub around the corner a place where we can have our fun too.
Interviewed outside his local bank Reg said, 'Ooh arr ooh arr, the youngan's a bit of a nimlet, now excuse me luvver I'm off to Paloma Blanca'.
Tito has apparently become immersed in the local culture and is a big fan of Scrumpy & Western he said, 'The life here is as simple as ABC and all the locals have been very quick to adopt me, they affectionately call me the domer ead from the U.S.A.'
Commenting on her brothers new home Janet said, 'It's not about being flashy he was looking for something simple, The Best Things In Life Are Free and it will be somewhere I can hang up my bra'. The big question on everybody's minds is, will Michael be coming here, Janet said, 'Michael's not been living in the U.S.A. he's been a bit Off The Wall but he's now writing a Thriller about his life, he's said to me They Don't Care About Us, they think I'm so Bad, I've told him I Want You Back, it's The Love You Save that counts you know I'll Be There for you'.
Asking about whether they would reform as a group Jermaine said, 'Let's Get Serious, Tito's gonna include a studio and When The Rain Begins To Fall and there Ain't No Sunshine we'll mess around in there and we plan to release a new track called, 'Alright Me Ansum' if it fails we won't Blame It On The Boogie'.
When hearing that The Jackson's were going to try and break into the Scrumpy and Western scene Reg said, 'What a wazzack, and if I see's that Michael I'll tell 'im to Beat It too'.
Tito wasn't available for comment but Jermaine said 'Don't Take It Personal just look at my brother, Black Or White we're all gonna be cider drinkers now me luvver'.