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Sunday, 24 June 2012

1976 Eurovision Song contest winners, Brotherhood of Man, most famous for their "twist in the tale" Eurovision winning song "Save Your Kisses for Me" are having somewhat of a resurgence in Egypt, with over 6,000,000 Egyptians voting them the most popular middle of the road British pop quartet of all time.

Crowds in excess of 500,000 packed into Cairo to get a glimpse of the four, Martin Lee, Lee Sheriden, Nicky Stevens and Sandra Stevens who delighted the thronging crowd by miming to two of their other hits "Angelo" and "Figaro".

The groups appearance in Egypt has overshadowed that countries election results but has given the Egyptians something to smile about.

"We are amazed by our sudden popularity" said 86 year old lead singer Lee "We had been doing the Butlins circuit and there had been talk of a cruise ship deal but obviously what with Zimmer frames and wheelchairs being a problem we decided not to. But these crazy Arabs just love us."

Unfortunately sexy Sandra Stevens (83) had to leave the stage early after she got a dicky tummy, the result of a dodgy kebab, but that did not spoil the party atmosphere.

"They still loved us......even though we were only three!" beamed Lee, who is still sporting his porno star moustache.

Reports that 80's popular quartet Bucks Fizz are headed to Syria to perform at an alleged UFO landing site in a welcome concert to aliens, in a similar veined article written by El Presidente, has not yet been decided, it all depends if todays England/Italy game goes to penalties.

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