WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Barack Obama has just confirmed that "Britains Got Talent" participants Susan Boyle and Shaheen Jafargholi will be visiting The White House in a few weeks.
The president said that the deal was worked out by the Secretary of Music Bruce Springsteen.
Boyle's manager Simon Cowell and Jafargholi's manager Piers Morgan will be accompaying both singers.
The two singing sensations will each be paid $50,000 to perform plus they will be staying at one of the local D.C. Holiday Inns.
The president made it very clear that the Boyle-Jafargholi music concert will not cost the American taxpayers one thin dime.
All money to be paid to the two singers is being paid from The Michelle Obama Music-Is-Knowledge Fund, which relies strictly on donations from concerned Americans who believe that music is not only the soundtrack to our lives, but it is also something that is made up of hundreds of notes which when put together can produce a sound that even a canary can be jealous of.
When in America Susan Boyle and Shaheen Jafargholi will visit the Capitol Building, the Lincoln Monument, the Smithsonian Institute, Grant's Tomb, "First Puppy" Po's 1500 square foot dog house, and a local McDonalds.
The president will also make them both honorary citizens of America, or the Colonies as Simon Cowell refers to it, and they will ride in a parade accompanied by the president, the "First Mama," the "First Kiddoes," the "First Grandma," and Oprah Winfrey.
In a related story. Reports coming out of Los Angeles state that when Madonna heard that Shaheen Jafargholi was coming to America she immediately called Michelle Obama and asked to be invited to the concert.
Secret Service Agents have reportedly informed Madonna to keep a good 16 miles away from the White House or risk being arrested.