WEST HOLLYWOOD - American Idol alumni Clay Aiken was sitting in a beauty salon in West Hollywood getting his fingernails manicured when he was asked about the rumor going round that he would be starring in Bandini Burrapelli's epic musical The Three Singing Gay Caballeros.
Aiken's eyes glowed with pride as he verified that the rumor was indeed true. He added that it has been his lifelong dream to do three things. One to win or at least place second on American Idol which he did (second place). Two, to visit the famous Kalahari Desert and feel the hot grains of sand oozing through his bare feet which he did. And three to kiss Johnny Depp on the mouth which he has not done.
He smiled, took a sip of his Shirley Temple and disclosed that he has given up on ever kissing Johnny Depp so he had replaced that dream with appearing in the epic musical The Three Singing Gay Caballeros.
The motion picture is loosely based on the 1943 Walt Disney Cartoon film Saludos Amigos which starred Donald Duck, Joe Carioca, and Daffy Duck.
Martin will portray the Donald Duck role. Aiken will play the part of Joe Carioca and Bass will star in the role of Daffy Duck.
The movie will follow the three singing gay caballeros as they travel from San Francisco to Fire Island, New York, where they are hired to be the back up singers for the gay piano playing Liberace, not to be confused with the straight New York City sanitation director Woody Liberace.
Kara DioGuardi, who is not gay and Melissa Etheridge, who is gay have written a brand new soundtrack theme which will replace the old one titled, "The Movie Theme From The Singing Gay Caballeros."
The DioGuardi-Etheridge song is titled, "Yes Folks Its No Secret That Pinocchio Had A Woodpecker."
Burrapelli said that the movie will be shot in 3D and 4F and that the California towns of Lompoc will double as San Francisco and Oxnard will double as Fire Island, New York.
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