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Sunday, 14 January 2007

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Saturday nights on the box just won't be the same again after the new Autumn schedules this Autumn in the Autumn

In what's seen as an ambitious move today, it has been announced that following the success of the BBC's hit show "How do you solve a problem like Maria", a new show on Channel 5 will hit autumn schedules this autumn in the autumn.

"Search for A Pornstar, will be the jewel in our crown" said cock-a-hoop commissioning editor Bert Clapdoctor. "Just let's see Ant and Dec or them feckin' dancers turn us over on Saturday nights then" he laughed.

The Spoof understands that the prize for the two hopefuls, one boy and one girl, will be twin starring roles in a re-make of porno classic Deep Throat.

Auditions will be held the length and breadth of the country to find the two stars and multi million deals await the makers of the film what with the extra publicity they're going to get. Look no further than that new Sound of Music show for proof. They're coining it in over there.

"The kids that win will be looked after well enough for a few weeks too" says Clapdoctor "But of course after that they'll have to sink or swim on their own. We ain't gonna see them right for ever 'cos after all, they're only a couple of right scrubbers like"

If you're interested in attending the auditions then visit the Channel 5 website for full details.

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