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Saturday, 27 June 2009

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Jarvis Cocker or is it Michael Jackson at Glastonbury today!

In a strange turn of irony, 'Pulp' front man Jarvis Cocker's set was interrupted by the ghost of Michael Jackson moonwalking across the stage - as he sang some dire dirges at Glastonbury today.

Jarvis 18 lbs famously mooned Michael Jackson at the 1996 Brit Awards in protest - as Michael had stolen the title of ' most whitest man in pop music' away from the eccentric lunatic Jarvis- who talks like an old lady from the fifties.

Jarvis enlisted the help of Uri Geller in order to have his stage ghost free but it was too no avail- Michael Jackson appeared on stage as Jarvis croaked out "Common People".

A spectator said " Jarvis turned as white as Michael Jackson , which is two shades whiter than Jarvis - at the sight of the spectre. MJ's ghost was simultaneously mooning and moon walking in front of Mr Cocker - who is no relation to Joe and some relation to cock-head".

Cowardly Jarvis denied 'being him' to the ghoul and said he was both the lead singer of 'Suede' and the Keyboard player of 'Sparks'- in the vain hope to send King Michael's apparition back to celebrity heaven.

Madonna said " she was very sad" by Michael's death and intends to adopt another five African children and form a band that is a cross between the Jackson five and the Von Trapp family. Her kids will hate her with age ......

Jarvis Cocker is a tosser in general.

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