Tuesday, January 10, 2006

IT PAYS OFF FOR SOME OF THEM

The period of incarceration in the Big Brother house might not be doing much for Faria Alam - although a few members of the MCC have expressed in looking at a rate card - but it's doing wonders for The Ordinary Boys and Pete Burns. The Boys sales have trebled since Preston went into the competition; Dead or Alive records have also started to sell in numbers unheard of for years ("some" and "a few" say retailers, although there are also reports of unsrupulous shops flogging copies of Bon Jovi's Wanted Dead or Alive and pretending its the real thing.)

We were deeply impressed that George Galloway fell asleep after making his nominations; and that he then fell asleep again after being told that he was up for eviction. Does he spend every day sleeping? Is this his reason for going on the show, to try and find a place where he could get some kip without constituents turning up to bang on about leaking taps and dangerous dogs?

Earlier: Pete Burns monkey coat causes government anger


2 comments:

Eyetie said...

What, an MP turning up at his place of "work" falling asleep in front of the cameras? Now, *there's* a first...

simon h b said...

Generally, though, it's more the Lords where you find the quiet slumbering...

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