United States President, Barack "Doc" Obama, is celebrating this evening following the surprise passing of his healthcare reform package.
The President had been expected to suffer with an inability to drive an effective bill through the approval process, however it seems that an intervention by a number of celebrities to offer unique experiences to members of the Senate, should they approve the bill was taken up and the proposals sailed through.
As a result, a number of Senators will now be leaving their roles on a temporary basis, in order to claim the offers from the celebrities endorsing the bill.
Senator John McCain, from Arizona, will be taking up Bono's offer to drum for U2 for the remainder of their current world tour.
Connecticut's Joe Lieberman will be accepting the generous offer of Bruce Springsteen to replace Clarence Clemons on the Saxophone with the E Street band for a number of live shows.
Saxby Chambliss from Georgia will be taking help from Basketball star Kobe Bryant, working on his "dunk" skills.
A White House spokesman described the mood of the President as "chirpy" following the success of his celebrity charm offensive on the members of the Senate.