BRISBANE, Australia - The Kangaroo News Agency of Australia has just released a press bulletin.
According to KNA reporter Tellaringo Waggaberra, an Australian kangaroo rancher, Chamberlain Cowbrewster owns what is being touted as the most astonishing kangaroo in all of Australia.
The 59-year-old rancher has said that he has been raising marsupial kangaroos since he was in his early 20s and he has never come across one like the astounding Mr. Joey.
He pointed out that Mr. Joey just turned three on October 13.
Cowbrewster said that when Mr. Joey was a little kangaroo of seven months he uttered his very first word which was pocket.
Within four weeks he had learned a total of 17 words including jump, hop, box, food, water, sexy, and Nicole (Kidman).
Cowbrewster said that Mr. Joey recently appeared on Australia's Got Talent where he came in second.
Everyone was truly shocked that Mr. Joey did not win first place which went to Bixie Hamptonborough, the two-year-granddaughter of Australian General Worthington Nigel Hamptonborough.
Little Bixie played the electric guitar and sang the Eric Clapton hit song "Layla."
The three judges said that Bixie actually played and sang it better than the great Eric Clapton.
Cowbrewster said that although he was disappointed at the second place finish, he is still extremely proud of Mr. Joey, Australia's Astounding Talking Kangaroo.