X-Factor Flops Diva Fever And Storm Lee Are Not Bitter

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Monday, 18 October 2010

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Is It Cos I Might Be A Bit Gay?

Skoob Entertainment News can reveal that X-Factor rejects Diva Fever and Storm Lee are not in the least bit bitter about being dumped out of the contest on their arses because they have no discernible talent and the public don't like them.

At all.

According to inside sources, Storm Lee - who made a right pig's arse out of Springsteen's rock anthem 'Born To Run' on Saturday's show - has announced that the world hasn't seen the best of him yet. Storm, who dyed his hair pink at Louis Walsh's suggestion, making himself look an even bigger twat than he already was, went on to compare himself with Bono, out of U2, David Bowie, Alice Cooper, God and Joan of Arc.

"I'm no egomaniac," he reportedly said. "They just gave me the wrong look and the wrong material. It felt like they didn't want me to progress. But I'm not bitter."

Banging a similar drum, Diva Fever, two blokes who look a bit camp even if they aren't, and couldn't sing a note in tune to save their lives, told us:

"We have the potential to be the new Wham! The problem is that nobody in the world sees it the same way we do. We know how talented we really are - we just got kicked off the show because we probably look a bit gay. It seems obvious to us that the world isn't ready to accept a duo who come across as a bit camp and gayish. It's well known within the industry that gay people can't possibly be successful. We were booted off because we just possibly might be a bit gay. It's as simple as that. But we're not bitter."

More as we get it.

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