Kitty Brucknell, Frankie Cocozza, Janet Devlin And Johnny Robinson To Dance The Gay Dork On X-Factor - With Gerbils

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Sunday, 30 October 2011

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Four X-Factor contestants are gearing up to dance the Gay Dork - Britain's latest dance craze - live on TV, Sunday evening. Kitty Brucknell, Frankie Cocozza, Janet Devlin and Johnny Robinson were inspired by the idea, which originated on a satirical website, and have vowed to get gerbils involved in the routine. As per established tradition.

Kitty Brucknell and Janet Devlin will perform the left two-three, right two-three back two-three kick! two-three part, while Frankie Cocozza and Johnny Robinson will do the Ole! bits. Whilst brandishing copies of Britain's essential Christmas book publication, The Dorking Review, (Everyone should have one in their stocking.) over their heads with their maraccas.

"I'm looking forward to it, so I am," said Janet Devlin. "Although we're not quite sure what the guys are going to do with the gerbils. So we aren't. But I'm sure they'll think of something. So I am."

Johnny Robinson is said to be over the moon about his cult status on TheSpoof.com and has vowed to give his all, in return for the satirists faith in him as an artiste.

"I'll be giving it rice!" he said.

"So he will. Catch yourselves on folks," added Janet Devlin. So she did.

It is thought that Health and Safety officials successfully blocked attempts to incorporate a twenty foot reticulated python, named Basil (Not Monty,) into the routine.

More as we get it.

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