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Sunday, 15 March 2009

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The now infamous Comic Relief "Celebrity"

The BBC last night received tens of thousands of complaints that a celebrity had appeared on their annual Comic Relief fundraising event.

It seems that at approximately 10pm, not long after the news was broadcast, a celebrity who was not a member of Girls Aloud or Take That or a vacuous female reality show presenter in a short skirt, a comedian with an Irish accent, a reality show contestant, Jonathan Woss or even some idiot in a stupid hat with earrings and an equally stupid accent on his way to guest on 'Never Mind the Buzzcocks', appeared from nowhere to become involved with the event.

Art Noovo, from Brixton, who had made a sponsored visit to the event to show off his collection of toenail clippings, was just one of the tens of thousands of angry fans and Sun readers annoyed at the prospect of a celebrity having being allowed valuable television time during the evening.

Mr Noovo went on to say that he's not the least bit interested in celebrities, especially intelligent, quiet and interesting ones such as the one who disrupted the show. He said:

"I don't watch the BBC, like, for their celebrities, like. All I want to see are people like Cherry Cola, Claudia Winkly, Peers Moron, Fern Cretin, Al Leashya, Bangkok Hilton, Kerry Iceland and Tara Para Pompeyai. Ya know, real people, like, who make a real contribution to the world like and to the fabric of society, like.

"I mean, that celebrity they had on. He was a doctor before he was a celebrity, has four university degrees and speaks seven languages. He's even developed some drugs to help save lives in Africa! I mean, like, how dull is that, you know? No place on Comic Relief I say."

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