Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Eurovision, Jedward

Friday, 13 May 2011

image for Jedward have at last proved that the Eurovision Song Contest is utter crap!
At least they've got a decent host, thanks Kermit!

Most people already know, apart from a 150 million brain-damaged European viewers, that the Eurovision song contest is utter crap, but now, once and for all, it has been proven, Jedward have qualified!

The twins with more hair than talent decided to enter the contest to avoid them dropping into the dark abyss of wannabee pop stars who came out of other talent contests hoping they'd cracked it, but then gratefully, disappeared.

Jedward to their credit have kept their hair up, got more publicity because of their ridiculous hair styles and now the moment of truth stands before them.

No, not that other bunch of pathetic awards, the MTV one's, albeit, at least Eminem did appear in them once and at least he's got a bit of talent. This one is the career breaking Eurovision, which means absolutely nothing apart from a gathering of talentless acts hoping to become Abba mark II.

Jedward are now the final proof that this show is nothing but a bombastic plethora of "plasticness" without any value whatsoever as far as credibility goes in the crazy world of showbiz and pop.

Sir Cliff Richard once appeared at the Euro disaster and it took him 20 years to recover and a vow never to have sex with anybody, apart from his male secretary, very brain-damaging indeed!

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