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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

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Susan Boyle and Harold Q. Fuey may soon be seen competing on 'Dancing With The Stars'

Susan Boyle has, we heard recently from a very reliable source, expressed her desire to be on the reality show, 'Dancing With The Stars'.

When interviewed recently she is reported to have commented,

"Och aye. Tis troo. A want te be on Dancin' Wi' The Stars. A do a fair Sword Dance, as taught to me by Sister Margaret Matilda Mary Magdelain of the local Convent of The Sisters of Mercury.

It's nae secret tha' A do love a good set 'o bagpipes to dance te.

A have ma own kilt and wesco'. A even have ma own shoes and the socks ma wee aunt 'Lisbet knit fer me when she was recovering from a bad case of 'the runs' two years since."

When asked who she would like to partner her on the reality show, Susan was quick to answer,

"Och, well that's a no brainer really. A have ma partner picked oot but just have ta ge' in touch wi' him. It's no secre' tha' A have a wee soft spo' for tha' cute Spoof Writer, Harold Q. Fuey. (Giggle). A heard he lives in Sco'land but is English. A can't hold that agen him tho' - can A? "

Susan told us that 'her people' are working on this and she promised to get in touch with us as soon as details are finalized. Meanwhile, she is practising her sword dancing with 'gusto'. She hopes to be rehearsing with Harold Q. Fuey in the not too distant future.

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