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Saturday, 20 November 2010

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"Jacko from the Beyond the Grave" to be published next year.

The psychic who has recently been channelling the musical opinions of Michael Jackson from the other side has been offered £20 million to write a tell-all book.

She says that Michael has had quite a lot to say recently and has opinions on lots of things, not just Aiden Grimshaw and Paije from the X-factor.

She says that Michael likes to talk to her about politics and the financial crisis. In fact she says Michael has put forward a strategy for freeing the world from financial torment. She says he wants her to tell David Cameron all about it. But if David doesn't pay her £20 million, like the book publisher is doing, then he won't get to hear what Michael has to say.

The Psychic has also revealed that Michael Jackson has also made a grand prediction about who will win the X-factor. Although he still wants Paije to win, he thinks the real winner will be Matt Cardle, who sang Elton John's Yellow Brick Road very beautifully on Saturday. But he thinks Paije might stil come second, which is fine with Michael, because everyone knows that X-factor don't know how to market the winner if its a boy.

The winner tends to disappear into obscurity and the second place loser tends to sell all the records.

If the book sells well, the Psychic will also be going on a world wide tour. She says the thing that makes her special is that she doesn't just hear voices in her head from Michael Jackson. She also hears the voices of Princess Diana and Georgie Best, so their will be something for everyone at her live shows...even fans of football who really hate the X-factor.

The X-factor team say she's a nutter and should be locked up. And so it continues...

By Katarina Frogpond.

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