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Tuesday, 28 April 2009

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Michael as he was in 1995 - on TV with a few strands of hope and career left!

Mad-cap comedian, Michael Barrymore (who is more mad than cap) has been 'outed' as peeking up Susan Boyle's skirt in 1995.

During the filming of "My Kind of People", Susan Boyle who was thirty-five at the time sang "I don't know how to love him," a song written by Andrew Lloyd Webber about a biblical prossie called 'Mary'.

During her performance Susan is seen wearing trendy clothes, including stilletoe heels, skimpy panties, stockings (under her skirt) and a fancy up-do hair-style.

Barrymore possibly bored by the song, but more likely to be bored with life, clowns about on stage and can be clearly seen lying on the floor peeking up Susan's skirt.

Susan attempts to spear him in the eyeball with her heel and misses on several occassions, Michael is undeterred and continues gawping, smiling and then writhing on the floor in ecstacy.

Susan eventually crouches down and serenades him on the floor, but does not open her legs like a Pussy Cat Doll, she clamps her knees shut.

Michael then grabs Susan much to the delight of the audience and performs a scene from the filthy musical "Oh Calcutta!".

The shaky video ends with both stars lighting up a cigarette after the deed has been done. The audience and fellow performers follow suit and everyone can be clearly seen smoking; including a performing dog, a dancing parrot and two babies in strollers.

The video shown on ewe-tube has been edited by Simon Dowell - as usual. However ewe-tube- adult has the missing 10 seconds of action.

The Barrymore and Boyle video is now becoming the second most watched video of all time

Michael Barrymore is now older and gay, while Boyle is now older and a virgin.

Regardless a good time was had by- apparently none!

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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