TGN Cancels The Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, and Demi Lovato Reality Show - "We Were Just 17"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 27 February 2010

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Demi Lovato shown at her quinceaƱera party.

HOLLYWOOD - TGN, the Teenage Girl Network has just stated that they have cancelled the teenage girl show, We Were Just 17, after only airing four shows.

TGN vice-president of programming and scheduling Ellsworth Birdstoopski stated that although the show was a success as far as viewers goes, the show bombed because it could not find any sponsors willing to put up the tremendous amount of money that it took to pay the three teenage actresses.

An unnamed source, with the initials L.K. stated that the salaries of the three girls were: Miley Cyrus - $100,000 per show, plus all of the M&M's she could eat; Selena Gomez - $95,000 per show, plus all of the Reese's Pieces she could eat; and Demi Lovato - $65,000 per show, plus seven bananas.

Mr. Birdstoopski stated that one of the shows sponsors Pepsi Cola did not like the fact that on the show the three girls were shown drinking Coca-Cola.

Another sponsor Cover Girl Makeup complained that the three girls wore too much makeup and joked around saying that they looked like three clowns from The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus.

When Miley was asked about the show being cancelled she merely replied, "For real?" Selena just smiled and asked, "Ah you mean our show?" and Deni simply said, "Fa shizzle my nizzle."

In other news. Police in Lexington, Kentucky have arrested a man claiming to be a spin doctor for practicing without a license.

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