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Thursday, 29 September 2011

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Selena Gomez as Alex Russo wearing a pair of Wizard of Oz designer shoes.

LOS ANGELES - Details are still sketchy but the producer of the hit show The Wizards of Waverly Place has confirmed that he has been in contact with a Jackson family representative about having Michael Jackson's three kids appear on the Disney Channel show.

TV ClickerWorld's Hoopla Diddly has confirmed that Paris, Prince, and Blanket Jackson will definitely be appearing in an upcoming episode of the Disney show which stars Selena Gomez as Alex Russo.

In the show Alex and her brothers Justin played by David Henrie and Max portrayed by Jake T. Austin are all wizards in training.

Wizards are individuals who can control their environmental surroundings by merely using the abstract power of thought and a small mason jar filled with artificial sweetener.

Wizards are spiritual in nature and they make fantastic objects for classroom show and tell sessions. Wizards are basically very happy and they are virtually walking encyclopedias of knowledge who can name every song ever written by Bob Dylan, Petula Clark, Hank Williams Jr., and more recently Rihanna.

Contrary to what some people in Arizona may think, wizards do not speak with a foreign accent and they certainly did not come to America from Scandinavia to take jobs from American wizards.

In political news. GOP talking head Ann "Giddy Up" Coulter has denied rumors that she has decided to move to the African country of Upper Shambutu.

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