Written by Dr. Billingsgate

Friday, 30 December 2011

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NEW YORK CITY - Confirming a not-so-well-kept secret, the NFL and NBC announced today that President Barack Obama will indeed collaborate with the Material Woman in a song and dance rendition of Mr. Bojangles during the half-time show of Super Bowl XLVI on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis.

The 53 year old Madonna, best known for her eclectic on-stage performances and her headline grabbing relationships with men and women, and/or combinations thereof, will also collaborate with Cirque du Soleil and Jamie King for the big show.

Already there are stories leaking of Madonna appearing in blackface, joining the simultaneous release of 1000 white pidgeons fluttering to the rafters above the field. While utilizing her acclaimed bat wings to rise above the playing field, she will float down and land next to President Obama as he loosens up for his Mr. Bojangles dancing gig.

Even the most jaded Super Bowl fan will most certainly not leave his seat for this show. Last year the Black Eyed Peas performed to somewhat lackluster reviews while the Who headlined the 2010 half-time show.

With President Obama joining the Material Woman this year, the NFL will be hard pressed to top this duet in 2013 unless Newt Gingrich, our next president, agrees to sing our National Anthem acapella, while his three ex-wives beat on him with canes.

* Dr. Billingsgate heretofore releases himself from any liability regarding the publishing of this spoof. All rights are reserved as are all wrongs.

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

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