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Topics: Linkin Park

Thursday, 5 June 2008

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Seems like Bennington's lung power is paying off

If popular rumours are to be believed, Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington may soon be on his way to receive his first ever Grammy for the 'Best Opera Recording' category.

Elton John, who will be giving away the awards, said, 'I think they chose Chester because...ah, well, you can see he has the traditional Operatic voice. It is just so deep and flamboyant. I think it fits the bill perfectly, and more. I can see well why they chose him.'

However, reporters were less than pleased when he ploughed on, 'Have you seen all his tattoos and piercings and stuff? They look so…manly, so...gorgeous on him. He deserves everything he's got, for sure.'

One of Linkin Park's fans, who claimed he was their biggest supporter, said, 'I think Chester should definitely get it. I was at their concert a few weeks back, sipping on some Coke, and then Chester started yelling, and BAM! My bottle exploded and there were shards of glass everywhere.'

Close contender for the award, Prince, expressed his disappointment, 'Bah! All rubbish, I say. Everyone is biased. And all of us know only too well how Elton's in love with him.'

Among other rumours, Elton John is believed to be wearing a midnight blue gown studded with diamonds at the Awards Ceremony.

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