Written by Skoob1999

Sunday, 17 July 2011

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Shorter Than That!

So, if the rumours are to be believed, the police have finally arrested Rebekah Brooks in connection with the News Of The World phone hacking scandal, which could signal that Rupert Murdoch's vast media empire is about to collapse around him like the proverbial house of cards.

Allegations that leading politicians, including Peter Mandelson, attended a decadent party in the Cotswolds hosted by Murdoch's daughter, Elisabeth, hours before the scandal broke over the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone, have also surfaced.

But people don't want to read about any of that nonsense!

Much more importantly, Pixie Lott appeared yesterday in Hanley Park in the Potteries, wearing the skimpiest pair of tiny black hotpants imaginable, showing off acres of shapely leg, and looking absolutely stunning wearing her new bobbed haircut.

The "All About Tonight" star completely stole the show from fellow artistes, Tinchy Strider, The Wanted and Nicola Roberts as she strutted her funky stuff in those miniscule hotpants and a whopping great pair of pit boots.

One reveller who attended the bash declared today:

"Pixie looked absolutely stunning yesterday. She should be splashed across all the front pages, with pictures and everything. I mean, who wants to hear mind-numbingly dull stories about corruption in the highest echelons of society when you can gawp at Pixie's splendid pins and imagine her ravishingly beautiful body curled up tightly next to yours. She's so hot, I bet even the girls fancy her too!"

More as we get it.

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

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