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Thursday, 8 November 2012

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Completely irrelevant

Has-been singer Robbie Williams has been branded a has-been by has-been radio station Radio 1 in what has been an eventful week for the has-been.

In a move which is only twenty years too late and in the same week that one of their DJs read out a month-old top 40 chart in it's entirety - the smouldering pile of shite that is Radio 1 has distanced itself from washed-up cabaret singer Williams by saying he is no longer 'relevant'.

A station insider commented, "He's just not credible enough for our sophisticated audience. They prefer intensely relevant and important 'artists' like Cheryl Cole, Jessie J and that guy, yeah him."

When faced with allegations of age discrimination, given the boy-band bellower is just as pish as them, the insider snarled, "No we refute any allegations of ageism. Weightism sure. Chris Moyles can attest to that too, but the age thing no."

This casual weightism is certainly frowned upon by The Spoof.

Rotund, roly-poly, chubby chasing telettubie Williams was also the subject of a Pensioners' group's anger this week after he said he preferred the idea of punching an elderly person than a dog in his latest video.

We spoke to a dog however, obviously a talking one, and the bitch said every dog would rather piss, shit and attack Robbie Williams than any sweet little crinkly.

How 'bout that.

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