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Sunday, 4 July 2010

image for Justin Bieber Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and Demi Lovato To Star With Jay Leno In "The Adventures of Mr. Potato Head"
Miley Cyrus is one of the stars of the new movie "The Adventuress of Mr. Potato Head."

LOS ANGELES - Walt Disney Productions in association with Lions Face Motion Pictures has just announced that they will soon begin production on the non-animated film The Adventures of Mr. Potato Head.

The motion picture will star teen stars Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and Demi Lovato. The host of the Tonight Show Jay Leno has agreed to portray the part of the infamous Mr. Potato Head.

The movie was written by one of the greatest non-animated film writers in America Waldo Elmer St. Supreme.

St. Supreme and ex-girlfriend Melissa Bluehouse won the coveted President Bill Clinton Literary Award for Excellence in Non-Animated Writing for their 2007 movie The Adventures of Willie The Wayward Weasel.

Bieber say that he remembers reading both The Adventures of Willie The Wayward Weasel and The Adventures of Mr. Potato Head.

He giggled and said that he recalls hoping that he would one day star in the potato head movie. His mother Pattie Lynn stated that after Justin finished reading the book, it was all he talked about for months before going to sleep at night.

Miley, Selena, and Demi said that they had never heard of Mr. Potato head. Justin could not believe it. Demi then shocked Justin even more when she admitted that she had never even heard of Jay Leno.

Selena said that she had heard of him because she recalls her father calling Jay Leno all kinds of nasty vulgar names because of the way he had stabbed Conan O'Brien in the back.

In other news. Rush Limbaugh has stated that the nude photos of him that are currently circulating on the Internet are not him. He said that the head is him, but the body is not his. He said that his stomach, unlike the stomach in the photo, does not have any freckles.

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