LONDON - Simon Cowell, CEO of 19th Hole Productions and ex-boyfriend of Pixie Lott, has verified the rumor that had been circulating between London and Portsmouth. Three of this years X-Factor male contestants have joined to form a trio.
The three X-Factor alumni are Danyl Johnson, Olly Murs, and Lloyd Daniel. Cowell stated that Danyl had suggested that the trio be named Danyl Johnson and The Two Young Blokes.
Olly's choice was Olly And The Other Two. Meanwhile the youngest of the three, 17-year-old Lloyd had offered up Lloyd and His Roids.
Simon thanked each lad for their input and then settled on the name that he had thought of while having a few beers in The London Fog Pub in Vauxhall, X-Factory.
Cowell said that he truly believes that this new trio certainly has the potential of becoming even more successful than his operatic classical pop quartet Il Divo.
Danyl is so excited about the new trio that he has decided to tell everyone that he is not really bisexual and that he really and truly likes girls and proof of it is that he has kissed such good looking ladies as Dannii Minogue, Cheryl Cole, Pixie Lott, Katy Perry, Victoria Beckham, and Amy Winehouse.
The 28-year-old Arborfield Berkshire native laughed and added "Well five out of six ain't too shabby."
Olly, 25, who hails from Essex stated that he can hardly wait to hit the road and hear the roar of the crowd. He said that hearing the applause and cheers for some reason has always given him an erection.
Lloyd said that the same thing happens to him whenever he views nude photographs of Ashley Cole's wife Cheryl.
The Welsh born Daniels added that lately he has noticed that Pixie Lott also has the same affect on him, but not Amy Winehouse.
He laughed and said that looking at Winehouse works in the opposite way. He said that she can take a bloke's hard-on away quicker than an ugly nun with a big ruler.
X-Factory will begin rehearsing at Simon Cowell's mansion in Battersea and Cowell has stated that they hope to start their tour of the United Kingdom sometime in April after the country has thawed out.
In an unrelated story. Vice President Joe Biden was asked by the producers of Dancing With The Stars, the equivalent of Britain's Strictly Come Dancing, if he would like to appear as a contestant on next seasons edition of DWTS. Biden said that he appreciated the offer but added that he would not be able to because it would cut into his beer summiting.