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Saturday, 26 September 2009

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The sexiest girl group on the planet, the Bonkettes today announced details of their world tour, gigging in stadiums such as Wembley, the Nou Camp, Meadowlands, the Stade De France, Old Trafford, and the Maracana in Rio.

The Bonkettes, who have been described as talentless screechers by some music industry insiders, but who are revered by millions of witless teens, announced their tour details.

Singer BJ Swallow told the Spoof:

"I've generally played the organ, but I've expanded my ouvre and I'm really looking forward to playing the flute in Barcelona. In Catalan, they call me a flautista

Fellow band member, Kathy Legover nee Trembler, told us that she had tired of playing the banjo, and was eagerly anticipating displaying her saddlebags on the pampas.

BJ Spit, twin sister of BJ Swallow told the Spoof:

"I can hardly wait. I've whacked some tally's in my time but this tour promises to be the ultimate tallywhacking adventure. I want to choke chickens in Paris, stab cats in Seoul, and bash the Bishop in the Vatican City."

Manager, coincidentally named BT Bishop, a part time bongo player, told us:

"If Joe Public doesn't get off on this tour I'll strangle my pet snake, Lydia."

All the latest from the Bonkettes as we get it.

Check out the Bonkettes website: twopacketsofcrispsapintoflagerandadonerwithchillisauce.web

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