Aiden Grimshaw is in fear for his life today after it emerged last night that a famous London Psychic has received an angry message from Michael Jackson.
Michael Jackson sent the message after watching Aiden murder one of his songs on last weeks X-factor. The song was Thriller and the Psychic said that Michael was disturbed by Aiden's dreary rendition of it.
He also said he doesn't think Aiden can sing. He agrees he looks the part, but he has told the Psychic he will haunt Aiden until all copies of Aiden's version of his song are removed from Utube.
Aiden is said to have laughed when he heard this story at first, but then became frightened when ghostly happenings began to occur around the X-factor house.
The ghostly happenings are so frightening they can't actually be revealed by Spoof News but one of them is said to have involved a teapot, and the other involved a canteloupe.
The psychic also said Michael Jackson couldn't understand why no one had figured out yet that Aiden can't sing. The noise he makes is so bizarre, not even Psycho Boy Record Management Group want him on their books. But Psycho Boy Record Management did give a statement last night voicing their suspicions about why The Judging panel keep saying Aiden can sing, when secretly, even they know he can't.
"Its a complicated matter that involves subliminal perception. All during the show hundreds of secret messages are flashed onto the television screen so quickly that the brain can read them, but the eye can't. And what these messages are saying is "Aiden can sing."
The Psychic said Michael Jackson told her that he agrees with this idea. He believes it can be the only plausible theory.
Michael is also believed to have said that he really likes Paije. He said he thinks he's great and wants him to win, but he can't understand why the judges aren't as enthusiastic about Paije as they are about Aiden.
The Psychic, who now goes by the name of "Paije's Auntie Bernice " says that Michael has appealed to all of his old fans around the world to Vote for Paije. Michael Jackson said it would make him very happy, and make up for all the pain he suffered when he was alive.
By Katarina Frogpond