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Thursday, 27 January 2011

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The producer of the hit TV show 'Glee,' Maxwell Sweetlemon. (Photo courtesy of Brett Favre).

HOLLYWOOD - The producer of the hit television show Glee, Maxwell Sweetlemon is furious with the demands put upon him by the highly popular band known as The Kings of Leon.

According to The Cucamonga Chit Chat Chronicle the band was asked to allow their song "King Of The Sidesaddle Rodeo" to be used on the award-winning show.

A representative for the band, Yoshi Tickitac, informed Sweetlemon that the band would allow the use of the song on two conditions.

One, the band would have to be paid $1 million in artistic fees and two the band would actually appear on the show and perform the song live for another $1 million.

Sweetlemon exploded and told Tickitac that who the hell did the Kings of Leon think they were, the Rolling Friggin Stones or what?

Tickitac said that the band appearance had now gone up to $1.1 million.

At that point Tickitac was informed that Sweetlemon is a very close friend of Ryan Seacrest, the producers of American Idol, the producers of Dancing With The Stars, and the producers of The Real Housewives of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.

Sweetlemon said that he would see to it that the bands songs would never be heard on any of those shows.

Yoshi Tickitac apparently called back and told Mr. Sweetlemon that the band had, had a change of heart and that they would allow the song to be used for a $50 artists fee and that the Kings of Leon would perform on the show for $200.

Sweetlemon told them thanks but no thanks and informed him that he had already booked the services of the hip hop, rap band Camel Carl & The Desert Rag Headz who had graciously agreed to perform their big #1 hit song "Hey, If It Looks Like A Camel and It Smells Like a Camel Then Bubba The Sumbitch Is a Mother Effen Camel."

Tickitac, was so furious that he was actually spitting unknowingly as he told a reporter for Tittle Tattle Tonight that he and the band were going to do their best to see that Glee gets cancelled.

In other news. The rumor that Madonna is pregnant are not true. A spokesperson for the former singer stated to the media that Maddie's eggs left the building years and years ago.

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