Lady Gaga To Record A Song With Susan Boyle (Lady LaLa)

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 7 May 2010

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SuBo on her way to shop at the local ASDA.

AKRON, Ohio - Lady Gaga performed to a sold out audience in Akron's Ohio Blue-Tip Kitchen Matches Arena and gave the enthralled audience six encores.

Afterwards La Gaga was asked backstage, which of all the singers would she like to record a duet with. Lady Gaga said that she would like to sing with the slightly overweight, semi-good looking Scottish lass Susan Boyle.

She added that she thinks that Miss Boyle is one of the best singers to ever come out of the United Kingdom and that includes such talented and pretty performers such as Petula Clark, Dusty Springfield, Marianne Faithfull, Cheryl Cole, and Boy George.

Lady Gaga said that she has written a song especially for SuBo and herself. The song's title is "Just Two Bitches In Search Of Some Wiggly Worms."

Boyle was asked what she thinks about Lady Gaga. She replied, "Well da lady is quite a singer she is. And da American bird she does manage da hit da high notes and she makes it look so easy dunshee."

The two songstresses are also planning on a summer tour of Central Africa, where some of the local natives say that SuBo is even more popular than Tarzan, Jane, Cheetah, and Anaconda repellent.

In a related story. Lady Gaga was asked for the 400th time if she is a male. Gaga shook her head, spit in a paper napkin, grabbed her crotch, and for some unknown reason replied using a British accent, "Yes, no, maybe so, who da bloody, bloomin' 'ell wants ta know and freakin' why?"

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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