A sensational turn of events unfolded here in the UK this morning when BGT reject Janine Khalil turned the tables in spectacular fashion over ex-best friend and shameless backstabber Sue Son.
"Sue and I will never be friends again," Janine told us. "She stitched me up like a kipper in her quest for fame and filthy lucre, and her claim that we're still friends is absolute bollocks. Some of the things she's said about me in the Sunday tabloids can never be forgiven."
But it would appear that Janine's cloud has more than a silver lining, as legends from the world of popular music beat a path to her door, keen to utilise her writing and keyboard skills.
First on the scene was Gary Barlow out of Take That. He told us that he understood exactly how it felt to be frozen out by somebody you once considered to be a friend. Barlow confirmed that the band had offered Janine a role in their next tour.
Next up was the Edge out of U2 who told us that the band were interested in working with Janine on an upcoming studio project. He said he was excited at the prospect of working with Janine.
Most stunning of all was an American delegation who were offering Janine the warm up slot on their robotic Beatles 50 date Wembley Stadium extravaganza, one of the most sought after slots in the business.
A clearly excited Janine told thespoof.com:
"Wow, this is amazing! The offers are rolling in and the phone hasn't stopped ringing! This is all too much!"
Sue Son confirmed that she was to play a one-off tribute gig to Vanessa Mae at the Fiddler's Elbow pub in Deptford in August. She will not be performing an instrumental version of the O'Jay's 70's smash hit, 'Backstabbers'.
More as we get it.