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Monday, 21 February 2011

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Shiny tops is so shiny it could even be radioactive.

Cheryl Cole has pronounced her love for a new hair styling product, which was modelled tonight by one of the country's most famous Williams.

William Hague startled Serious News viewers around the world by unveiling the product during a live Press Conference.

Its called Shiny Top and it is thought to be made of bees wax and furniture polish. It made William's whole head so shiny that two writers from a very influential newspaper commented upon it. They said that they hadn't been able to concentrate on what William had been saying tonight on the Serious News Show because his head was so startlingly sparkly.

He modelled the new look whilst telling the world that Colonel Gadaffi was flying away from troubled Libya on a flight to Venezuela. No one in the whole country heard though, because they were all thinking "I wish I had no hair, too, so I could look that shiny and sparkly"

Paris Vogue are thinking of putting William's sparkly new look on the cover of their September Issue, and Cheryl Cole is believed to be thinking of copying his look. And if Cheryl Cole goes bald, that means the whole country will too.

William was said to be very flattered by the whole affair and is said to be considering giving up politics to concentrate on marketing shiny tops to the whole world.

By Katarina Frogpond.

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