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Wednesday, 31 January 2007

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Tony Blair and George. W. Bush have given the go-ahead for Celebrity Big Brother winner, Shilpa Sherpa, to bring her message of peace and understanding to the people of Iraq.

"Lets face it," commented President Bush, speaking from the White House yesterday, "Me and Tony have made a total balls of it."

The Prime Minister agreed and confirmed that 'Operation Shilpa' would be put into action immediately.

"Shilpa is the ideal ambassador to send to the Iraqi people, he told us, "She is loved by everyone and has a certain mystical aura around her...just like Jesus."

Since leaving the Big Brother house, Miss Sherpa has become the face of organised religion and is now worshipped in most parts of the civilized world.

Her serenity and godliness shone through and captivated everyone's heart after she was cruelly taunted by Jade 'pig faced Nazi' Goody, thought by many to be the Anti-Christ, in a racist rant.

Goody, who has since been horsewhipped and banished from the country, had confused the public by pretending to be a loveable moron. She has now, however, been exposed as a Satanic Demi-God from the very bowels of Hell, and as such her perfume has been withdrawn from the shops and she has lost a lucrative book deal with Penguin Publishers.

It is hoped that Miss Shirpa will be joined in Baghdad with 'H from Steps', who has recently been canonised by the Pope and is now 'Saint H from Steps', patron saint of wannabes and excitable fuckwits.

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