Philadelphia - An unnamed auction house in Pennsylvania says they have found a lithograph by Andy Warhol of Subo in a bank vault. The discovery has rocked the art and singing world.
Art critics world wide have said it's utterly beside the point that Andy died in 1987, 20 years before anyone ever heard of the dowdy Scottish warbler.
Thomas Potterly, head of the auction house says, "Andy was a visionary, he was able to predict who would get their 15 minutes of fame. Susan Boyle fits that profile to a "T". "
Another portrait that looks suspiciously like Danny Bonaduce of 1970's Partridge Family fame was also located in the vault.
"It's entirely possible that Andy had such a strong psychic connection with flash in the pan, 15-minute types that powerful vibrations came through to him from the future. That's what made him a genius, knowing stuff like this."
And what do these mysterious portraits look like?
"They look like all of Andy's lithos - Subo and Danny have blond hair, big smudges of blue eye shadow and a hot pink background. If you've seen one, you've pretty much seen 'em all, but these are special. My goodness, they're from the future!"
It is expected that the Warhol auction which is listed in the catalgue as "The 15 Minute Flash Collection" will bring up to 25 million dollars. An unconfirmed rumor that a third painting of "Jersey Shore " reality chick Snookie will be unveiled to a stunned capacity crowd. Snookie says her "guido and juicehead" pals will be there to check it out. "Awesome to be painted by a dead guy - whatever."