Written by Khadija

Wednesday, 29 April 2009

image for Britain's Got Talent- Hollie Steel is a '12' year old lady says bitter man on internet!
Drawing of 'Hollie Steel' can be seen on pyramids- if you squint your eyes at photo says man!

A bitter man on Ewe-tube, who owns a cat bearing a striking resemblance to "Pebbles-Cat', has made a startling claim that Hollie Steel is not a ten year old girl. No, she is possibly TWELVE and could even be older than Susan Boyle, but not quite as old as a Madonna.

In a rant to the camera, the amusing man gesticulates and pulls faces when delivering the news of Hollie's real age.

At one point he produces a photograph of Hollie Steel singing at New York's CBGB's with the Ramones in 1978, still wearing her tu-tu.

In another photograph the internet sleuth, shows Hollie Steel on the grassy knoll, still wearing her tu-tu seconds before Kennedy was shot, in Dallas on November 22, 1963 .

More startling still- Hollie Steel is pictured on ancient cave drawings still wearing her tu-tu. The drawings date back to 100 million BC. "This would in fact make Hollie Steel much older than ten years old" states Ewe-Tube's answer to Ironside.

Regardless of her age or not the little lady has pipes, reality TV's only reality is - it is NOT real. Gary Coleman denied that he was Hollie Steel, but Emmanuel Lewis remained tight-lipped as he shoved what looked to be a pink tu-tu into a bag.

The man demanded Hollie be stripped of our interest and be hummed at, whenever she tries to talk, sing or dance. She should then, have a long comedy cane hooked around her neck and pulled of stage (gently) in mid-routine!

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

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