Following the runaway success of Gordy B and BO's reworked pro-war song 'WAR', which has been on the UK and US top spot for more than three weeks now, the boys are planning to release a new single.
Gordy B spoke to us from his Mayfair hotel. "We just couldn't believe the positive feedback we have received, I have never felt this level of support in all my days in parliament."
"Me and Barack sat down last week and tried thrashing out a deal which will bring our countries closer together, unifying our already strong commitment to the music industry," Mr Brown waffled.
"We decided on another cover version, we have been writing our own material, but it's still being fine tuned at present," he continued.
The song choice for the difficult second single is a reworked cover of Pulp's 1995 hit 'Common People'. Renamed 'Common's People', Gordy B takes the lead vocal spot and describes a typical meeting in parliament.
This reporter managed to sneak a listen to the single, before final mastering had taken place. BO's contribution has yet to be recorded due to presidential work commitments.
We have transcribed the first verse for you, so you can hopefully get a feel for the song.
'I met a girl, but she wasn't Scottish, she studied law at an Oxford college, that's where I, lost an eye. She told me that her daddy was loaded, I said mine too, d'ya want a cola? She said "fine", then in just a few seconds time, I said...Do you want to sit with the Common's people? Do you want to shout like Common's people do? Do you want to join with the Common's people? Do you want to bark and holler and screw you, the people, 'cause there's nothing else to do."
Gordy B says of the song "I'm so pleased with it so far, I think we will actually knock ourselves off the top spot and replace us with us! Magical."
As the Gordy B and BO rock n' roll train keeps rolling, ticket's for their shows are becoming paper gold. A New Zealand man purchased a ticket for the upcoming Madison Square Gardens concert for a record £20,000.
In other news, the charity concert to support victims of 'Britain's Snow Dumbness' disease which we first reported on here 'Disease Hits Britain' , which Gordy B and BO were to attend, has been cancelled due to slippery paths.
More as we get it.