Susan Boyle Will Do Two Songs In Transformers 3

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Friday, 30 July 2010

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The latest news from this much anticipated movie has it that Susan Boyle will be doing two songs in the action-packed drama.

With plenty of skimpy costumes along with the action, what else does the movie need but some great songs and/or music?

"We showed the songs to a rep for Susan and he called back in only two days, unusual that is" stated Associate Producer Bryan Henderson. "So she must have really liked them. I have to say that I like them and I haven't even heard them with Susan Boyle performing."

The rep for Susan, Harold Neighbors, told our reporter that Susan was skeptical of songs from a really action-packed movie with sexy stars.

"Of come on", she told me, "who's going to be listening to the soundtrack?"

"However, within a couple of hours she rang me back and stated that she indeed would like to do the songs."

The first one is said to an eerie "Keep The Dead That Way" and the second a hauntingly beautiful "Toward The Sky" which is repeated a second time near the end of the movie."

Actually, there have been some great songs that have come out of action movies. For example, how many have we loved from the "007 Series"?

"Susan asked me if she could wear one of the Victoria's Secret outfits and sing it in person in the movie?", stated Neighbors. "She said they could show her legs first...but then they might remind viewers of Nora Batty. ha ha ha!"

"She's beginning to loosen up and be her old kidding self that her neighbors knew at home, before the stardom."

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

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