Written by Wada_Wayne_Kerr

Friday, 2 January 2004

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The Idol Cast, Kurt Nilsen, the hobbity looking thing, back row, third from right.

After Last Night's announcement, World Idol winner Kurt Nilsen, from Norway, has been offered an advertising deal, by Campbell's Soup. Nilsen, who sports a huge gap between his teeth, will be seen on billboards all over the world, sucking soup through his front teeth.

In other news…

Australian Idol Winner and World Idol contestant Guy Sebastian, famous for his afro hair-do, was caught in the act at the after party last night, literally.

At the party, attended by the Idols, family, crew, and many others, a fan of around 15 years old, went to the toilet, only to walk in on Guy Sebastian and German Idol, Alexander giving each other "party favours".

In their homelands, Alexander and Guy both denied rumours they were homosexual, but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out.

Too bad UK Idol, Will Young wasn't there to join in.

Also on the Idol front…

Kelly Clarkson, runner up world idol, and American idol, was seen, or more accurately heard, screaming the house down after the announcement, saying "That rotten, fat little hobbit shit! How could he win, I should have won, I'm Kelly Clarkson!"

Ms Clarkson, who is slated to receive Diva status, sure showed off that diva-ish attitude. Too bad someone didn't slap her in the face during her taunts.

And finally…

In a shock announcement, Simon Cowell is being interviewed to be the main judge on Iraqi Idol, to be aired next year, more on that to come soon.

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

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Topics: Advertising, norway

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