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Topics: X-Factor, Jedward

Friday, 13 November 2009

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The controversial twins, John and Edward or Jedward are all over the news and some are jumping on the bandwagon while others seem to gag.

Singer Robbie Williams, a controversial figure himself, stated on a radio program that he loves the guys.

"I love watching them," he said: "If someone said to me I had to go and watch a gig of The X Factor contestants, each one doing half an hour, who would I want to see? I'd love to go and watch Jedward!"

Not so with the Prime Minister.

"These guys simply cannot sing. Isn't that what the show is about? I may be having eye problems but there's nothing wrong with my ears." PM Gordon Brown reportedly told a representative from India who asked about the twins. Then, according to the rep's assistant, he clearly overheard the word, "Bozos".

Williams totally disagreed, saying that it was an entertainment show. "Of course the guys are not top-notch singers. I admit that. They admit that. These guys are entertainers and like I said, if I had a choice of going to see any of these acts, I'd choose Jedward."

Meanwhile the number of Jedward fans are growing daily and are gathering near the studio, looking for autographs.

"They're great", stated one fan. "Can you tell me who else could have done the job they did on "Ghostbusters?" How about we let Susan Boyle sing that one?"

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