Who is Erin Andrews? This is the question currently reverberating around the United Kingdom, and the British press have made it patently obvious that they're not about to have the wool pulled over their eyes yet again.
Jetty Morgan, one time editor of The Daily Reflection, before getting fired over some alleged fake picture deal, told us:
"First of all there was this buzzword, and that buzzword was 'Miley Cyrus' and even though we had no idea who she was, or if she really existed, we legged it to our laptops and started hammering out fictional stories. Of course, she turned out to the star of a kids' TV show. We all felt duped."
"I agree with Jetty," legendary showbiz hack, Skip Wiffleball told us. "We got a bit sucked in and excitable as the Miley Cyrus stuff started to break and sales went through the roof, but when we realised we'd been conned, we vowed to not fall for something like that ever again. Needless to say, we did."
"Did we ever," ace reporter for satirical website theSpoof.com, Choccy McClair told us. "We were overwhelmed by stories about Vanessa Hudgens, Lindsay Lohan, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, so we started making things up about them too. It would seem that the hot new buzzword is Erin Andrews, but you can bet your bottom dollar that we want be falling for all that old gubbins ever again.
"Personally I would't touch an Erin Andrews story with Peter Andre's bobby's helmet. Not that I know for certain that he has a bobby's helmet or a polo neck sweater down there, but I'm pretty sure you know what I mean."
"How do I get to Ali Bullo's kebab shop?" Skip Wiffleball then asked. "I've heard he does the hottest chilli sauce in the UK."
More as we get it. But not on Erin Andrews. Who is Erin Andrews by the way? Sounds like some kind of Irish liver salts to us.
With a respectful nod to the J-Man for the name 'Skip Wiffleball'