Britain's Most Talented DJ has Dyslexia

Funny story written by Bluebella

Sunday, 26 April 2009

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How the DJ's teeth used to look before he started smoking gold jewellry

Manchester - Britain's Most Talented DJ, DJ Talent has dyslexia claims his mother, Mrs Talent, in an exclusive interview with me.

DJ Talent appeared on Britain's Got Talent on Saturday night and won over the audience and judges with his rendition of God Save The Queen.

But DJ Talent hides a sad secret: he has dyslexia, an illness he developed as a teenager after taking a particularly nasty acid trip. "He was meant to sing the national anthem but got the words completely mixed up and somehow it come out as Britain's Got Talent, It's a DJ talent. But my boy is a master of covering up his dyslexia, and with just a flash of his golden smile, had all the audience believing his song was actually meant to sound like that. My son has turned a debilitating illness like dyslexia into a hit tune. I couldn't be prouder." Mrs Talent said with tears in her eyes.

For the semi-finals DJ Talent intends to rap to The Lord's Prayer. All of Britain will be holding it's breath to see how the DJ manages to turn that song into a rapping hit.

DJ Talent is now an odds on favourite to win the show, after persuading Susan Boyle to sing back-up. "The rapping and the opera singing will really complicate each other" said Mrs Talent. "I can foresee Susan and my son's duet hitting the charts and going straight in at number one. I can't wait."

I wish you the best of luck Mr Talent and would like to add "God save us all DJ - not just the Queen!"

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