The Brit Awards: The Lady Known As Gaga Captures 1,2,3, Awards

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

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London's own Lily Allen, noted for her third nipple, shows off her special Brit Award creation.

LONDON - The 'Is she, or is he' singer Lady Gaga showed up at London's Mandarin Oranges Theatre in a most unusual spectacular manner. And when she left later that evening she carried three awards with her.

The American singer, about whom Queen Elizabeth II recently remarked, "What da 'ell?" surprised everyone when she wore what one U.K. critic Miles Huffingham called, an outfit or costume or something that appears to have come from one of Sir Elton John's many closets.

Lady Gaga was accompanied to the Brit Awards Show by X-Factor judge Louis Walsh, who asked the members of the press, if she wasn't one 'ell of a bloomin' blimey peach.

Lady Gaga blushed but no one could tell because of her American Civil War Southern Belle Ball mask that she wore.

One of the reporters remarked that she had copied the Lone Ranger. Another replied that it was more like the Moan Stranger.

But as a star reporter for The Bromley Daily Banner remarked, "It's a good thing the lady didn't fall otherwise with her outfit and headgear she could have easily hurt half a dozen people."

Lady Gaga also received a special award for "The Highest Hairdo From Hell." It was presented to her by Simon Cowell's ex-girlfriend Pixie Lott, who when she saw Gaga's hairdo up close could not stop giggling.

Finally the gorgeous model Abbey Clancy stepped in and made the presentation. Abbey did not giggle or laugh at Lady's hairdo, but she did look right into the camera and softly muttered the words, "What da eff, it's cotton candy."

In other news. X-Factor judge Dannii Minogue, who is with child, did not attend the award show because according to an inside source, the poor girl cannot go three minutes without eating a pickle.

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

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