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Monday, 12 April 2010

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Let It, Bee

London, England - Scottish songbird Susan Boyle swallowed a hornet last night, during her concert at Albert Hall. The famous Hall was filled with celebrities, including Sir Paul McCartney. Susan was singing 'Let It Be' when the freak accident happened.

Susan was just about to finish 'Let It Be' and she had her mouth open as wide as possible. Suddenly, a giant black and yellow hornet flew into her mouth and halfway down her throat! The audience gasped at the sight, but Susan never let it affect her. She kept right on singing as if nothing happened.

"Let it be, oh let it bzzz, whisper words of wisdom, let it bzzzzzzzzzz..." she sang. The hornet had only flown halfway down her throat. The audience burst out laughing when they realized what was happening. Susan played along with the audience, like a true professional, and sang some more:

"Let it bzzzZZZZZzzzzz, let it bzzzzzzZZZZZZZzzz!" she sang. She flapped her arms for the crowd and buzzed around the stage like a giant hornet. The crowd loved it. Someone finally gave her a glass of water, and she finished her show.

Sir Paul McCartney saw the show and wanted to compliment Susan for the press:

"She is the only person who has ever done that song correctly. It should be called 'Let It, Bee', not 'Let It Be.' There was a spelling mistake on the album." he stated.

"The song's about letting a bee do something, if you really listen carefully to the lyrics. Susan was the only one who did."

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