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Sunday, 25 July 2010

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Sheboygan Saddlewood's dog Speedy, whom he has included in each of his last six movies.

HOLLYWOOD - The Kiddoes Channel has just announced that they will soon begin production on their new teen movie entitled The Pre-Teen Werewolves Vs. The Teen Vampires.

Canadian teen singing sensation Justin Bieber will appear as young Count Alfredo The Gypsy Prince of the Land of Tambourine.

Miranda Cosgrove of iCarly fame will co-star as The Empress Emily Magnificent Maven of All Things Mystical, Magical, and Musical.

The film will be directed by the award winning director Sheboygan Saddlewood, who recently directed Heidi Montag and Amy Winehouse in The Candlelight Motion Picture movie The Naked Vampire Lesbians From Hell.

Bieber told his barber Sal Marchelini that he was thrilled to be working with the great director Sheboygan Saddlewood.

He pointed out that four years ago Saddlewood directed Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, Clay Aiken, and Elton John in the spy/drama queen thriller Three Queens and A King.

Justin also said that he was glad to work with the star of iCarly and that he and Miranda had written two songs for the movie including "If I Bite You, It's Cause I Love You" and "Oh And By The Way, Those Drops Of Blood On Your Blouse Will Come Out In The Wash."

In a related story. Rumors that Justin and Miranda were seen holding hands and French kissing at a local Los Angeles McDonald's have not been corroborated as yet.

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