London, England - Ripped right out of the pages from the children's classic, "Prince and Pauper", it has been exposed that "Britain's Got Talent" darling, Susan Boyle, is a ringer. That's right, she is no more of a country mouse than the professional entertainer and seasoned actress, Kathy Kinney, who played "Mimi" from "The Drew Carey Show" because that's who she really is.
"It's her alright," said Drew Carey while taking a break backstage from the taping of "The Price is Right". "Only I see she stripped her face paint down to its primer, probably in some desperate attempt to disguise herself. But I'd recognize Mimi - I mean Kathy Kinney, anywhere."
Carey then went on to explain that Kinney as other members from "The Drew Carey Show" as well as the country itself have recently fallen on hard economic times and have taken any gigs to make ends meet.
"I just didn't know she was that desperate," said Carey, as he stuffed his jacket pockets with various handheld electronic devices, haphazardly removing their sticker prices. "Wow, she's a real working-class zero entering an armature talent show, stealing away someone's dream like that."
No statement from Simon Cowell, producer of "Britain's Got Talent", has come yet commenting on the matter or action he will take against Kinney, although it is believed she will be stripped of any awards, prizes and all contacts canceled. Solicitors [lawyers] even speculate she could possibly serve some jail time for fraud.
"Wow! Mimi in jail?" said Carey, as he exited the studio, running to his car with studio security in hot pursuit of him. "Its like a great plotline. Too bad I don't have my show any more. Say, can you do me a favor? Can you write me out of this situation and into a good one?"
Suddenly, Carey was awoken from a bad dream he was having while taking a mid-afternoon nap by the knocking on his trailer door on the studio lot of his old TV show, "The Drew Carey Show".
"Mr. Carey! Mr. Carey, your five minutes late for your scene," said an associate producer. "Is anything wrong?"
Carey opens up his trailer door and gives the associate producer a big hug.
"I'm back on top again!" yelled out Carry. Then while walking past a catering truck on his way to the studio to shot his scene, he stops to stuff his jacket pockets with food, as the vender looks on laughing, thinking Carey is playing a practical joke.