X-Factory aka The Johnson, Murs, & Daniels Trio To Perform With Cheryl Cole At Wembley Stadium

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 27 March 2010

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A photo taken in Cheryl Cole's Los Angeles hotel room with Derek Hough's right hand on her right calf.

LONDON - In a show of support for a woman that they have the utmost respect for the X-Factor music reality show trio of Danyl Johnson, Ollie Murs, and Lloyd Daniels have agreed to perform at a concert in Wembley Stadium along with Cheryl Cole to benefit Mrs. Cole's legal defense fund.

The trio known as X-Factory will perform three songs from their recently released CD entitled X Marks The Spot.

The three songs which were all co-written by Boy George and Kara DioGuardi are "Bloomin' Bagpipes In The Morning," "I Kissed Cheryl Cole's Yum-Yum And It Was Mmm-Mmm," and an instrumental titled "Jon Gosselin's 3-Inch Winky Is Bigger Than Ashley Cole's Just Ask Chezza."

The lads of X-Factory recently returned from a concert tour of Iceland where they sold out each one of the three venues in which they performed.

Johnson and Daniels thoroughly enjoyed their trip but Murs did not like it because he said that the extreme cold had a drastic effect on his crotch in regards to sizing.

Their performance in Keflavik had to be postponed for two hours while the Icelandic Fish and Game Federation rounded up 17 stray moose that had wandered out onto the concert arena parking lot.

SIDENOTE: The members of X-Factory donated all of the proceeds from their Keflavik performance to the Underprivileged Children of Buckingham Palace.

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