Prince to come in London!

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Tuesday, 8 May 2007

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What the flipping heck is that supposed to mean?

The short sexy shagging singer will begin his summer tour with seven nights at the O2 Arena - formerly the Millennium Dome - which will be filled to the rafters with rampant totty, juiced up and hot to trot for his celebrity shag-A-thon.

Everyone who gets their hands on a ticket will also get a free copy of his new album - a move the star dubbed his own version of 'direct marketing'.

The rest of the 21 Night tour will include some secret gigs at strip shows and sex clubs, where the sex-holic song man will try to quench his never ending desire for poonani.

Speaking at a launch event in London, Prince declared himself a fan of Amy Winehouse and said he hoped she would join him on stage for a spot of severe rogering by the diminutive dance poppet.

Amy replied that if she is out of rehab in time, she would jump at the chance to be ploughed by the tiny waisted, twelve inch pianist.

The tour, which begins on August 1, will be Prince's only appearance in Europe this year, as he needs to rush back to the states to administer his own inimitable brand of TLC to a bunch of nappy headed hoes.

He has prepared 150 songs and will play a selection at each show - likely to include his hits Purple Rain, When Doves Cry, Kiss, but not any of the dross he did for the Batman film.

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