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Saturday, 2 January 2010

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The London Eye Ferris Wheel where Prince Charles proposed to Camilla Bowles.

LONDON - The lovely, charming, and athletic as the dickens Camilla Bowles has finally agreed to be a contestant on next season's Strictly Come Dancing reality dance show.

Strictly Come Dancing's producer Ellsworth Cruxton has been trying to convince Camilla to appear on the show for two years. He said that he has even offered to give her and her prince an all-expenses trip for seven days and seven nights to Las Vegas.

When Cruxton was asked how he managed to finally convince her he replied that knowing that Camilla and her husband Prince Charles are big fans of the dance show, he merely offered to have judge Len Goodman give both of them private dance lessons in the comfort of Buckingham Palace.

The Royal C couple, Charles and Camilla, jumped at the chance and even said that they would send one of their seven limousines to pick up the crotchety old geezer as the Prince calls Goodman.

When Goodman was informed of his two new dance students he simply replied, "Well butter me bum and call me a muffin."

Goodman says that he is so excited that he plans on getting a new pair of dancing shoes, as well as a haircut, and some brand new boxer shorts as well.

Meanwhile in other news. Word coming out of Norway is that the Sardine Flu is not as bad as had originally been believed. The Norwegian Health Agency reports that so far only eight sardines have come down with the dreaded Sardine Flu.

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