BIRMINGHAM, England - The popular British singing trio X-Factory has informed the NFL Super Bowl Half Time Entertainment Committee that they would be willing to perform during the half time show if The Who are banned from appearing.
The popular trio of Danyl Johnson, Olly Murs, and Lloyd Daniels were formed under the management of Simon Cowell's 19th Hole Productions.
They are currently in Birmingham where they will perform two sold-out concerts at The Alexander The Great Convention Centre, formerly known as The Lady Godiva Auditorium.
Danyl Johnson spokesman for the band said that he heard Mary Hart of Entertainment Tonight say that a Miami-based organization called Floridians For Fluoride But Against Polygamy have informed the director of the Super Bowl Half Time Gala, Hughmont McInvicta, that they do not want The Who guitarist Pete Townsend to perform due to him being charged with viewing nude pictures of polygamists on his iMac InSeam 9000-X Computer.
Johnson has informed Mr. McInvicta through text messaging that the trio has permission from their manager Simon Cowell to perform for a fee of $400 [£250 British] plus expenses.
Mr. McInvicta has texted Johnson back and said that as of now The Who will be performing as scheduled but he would like to fly X-Factory to America and attend the game as his personal guests and in the unforeseen event that there is a late minute decision on not having The Who perform then they will be asked to take their place.
Johnson wrote back that he and the lads were packed and ready to head out to the airport.
In a related story. Simon Cowell has told his ex-girlfriend Pixie Lott that he will in fact pay her the £5,000 [$8,000 U.S.] she is demanding in exchange for the 24 nude photos which she took of him when they were visiting Windsor Castle last summer.