Written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 21 October 2010

image for Christina Aguilera Says She's Attracted To Lindsay Lohan's Ex Samantha Ronson Because SamRon Looks Like A Skinny, Ugly-Looking Boy
Samantha Ronson shown doing the paso doble in her backyard in Los Angeles.

BOISE, Idaho - Christina was in Boise performing at a sold out concert at The Mashed Potatoes Arena.

After the concert she was asked about the rumor that, since her separation from her soon-to-be-ex-husband Jordan Bratman, she has been secretly dating Samantha Ronson, Lindsay Lohan's ex.

Christina at first denied the allegation saying that she had only met Ronson once and that was at a Burger King in Rancho Cucamonga when SamRon was deeply in love with LiLo and the two only had eyes for each other.

But the 29-year-old singer finally admitted that it is in fact true that she has seen Ronnie, on two other occasions, once at a KFC in West Covina and once at Paco's Casa De Tacos in La Habra, but she insisted that it was simply on a platonic basis.

When Aguilera was asked what it is about Ronson that she finds so desirable she grinned and said that she guesses that it's probably the fact that SamRon very much resembles a skinny, ugly-looking boy.

Christina was asked if she likes skinny, ugly-looking boys and she blushed. She regained her composure and noted that she really doesn't, but that she wanted to try something way out and different for a change.

SIDENOTE: Meanwhile Lindsay Lohan when told of Aguilera's attraction to her ex-girlfriend remarked that if she happens to see the little blue-eyed singing canary (Aguilera) out on the street she plans to put some big time hurt on her.

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

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