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Friday, 27 August 2010

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And if she isn't, she should be.

So says eccentric English film producer/director Buffty Ginslinger, speaking from a seedy central London pub as he swilled large G&T's and sucked on a Benson in open defiance of the smoking ban.

Ginslinger reckons that Miley will shortly be on the prowl for a new squeeze following her split with Aussie hunk Liam Hemsworth, and he theorises that the former Hannah Montana starlet and ex-Satanic Slut shagger are both so fond of the sound of their own voices that they'd be a match made in heaven.

As he explained:

"Here we have two individuals with much in common - like being incapable of shutting up for longer than it takes to inhale. Neither can possibly stop twaddling on about utter shite, and they both seem totally incapable of hearing anything which anybody else may wish to contribute. As a couple, they would never argue - hey presto - win/win situation. Champers all round!"

Both Miss Cyrus and Mr Brand are unaware of Ginslinger's theory, to the best of our knowledge, but Brand's fiancee, the chanteuse Katy Perry once admitted that she had kissed a girl and 'liked it.'

Buffty Ginslinger revealed in an exclusive to our reporter that he was currently seeking backers for proposed movie project 'Hercules Versus The Moon Men' with cross-dressing cage builder Alex Reid pencilled in for the starring role.

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