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‘World Idol’ announced: winner to perform at World RSLs

[Edition 78] LONDON, Saturday: RSL Clubs and suburban shopping complexes all over the world are clearing their schedules in early 2004 for the winner of the upcoming World Idol. Announced this week, the Christmas television event will pitch against each other the people 11 different countries most wanted to see discarded by record companies after one mediocre hit.

[Edition 78] LONDON, Saturday: RSL Clubs and suburban shopping complexes all over the world are clearing their schedules in early 2004 for the winner of the upcoming World Idol. Announced this week, the Christmas television event will pitch against each other the people 11 different countries most wanted to see discarded by record companies after one mediocre hit.

“We’re very excited by this announcement,” said Hamburg RSL owner Fritz Huber. “The World Idol winner will be the perfect warm-up act for our January lineup, Manpower Germany, Heinz the Miming Magician and the Choirboys.”

The location of the contest has remained secret to stop Quentin ‘crashing’ it. However, it has been announced that the 11 contestants will be performing two songs each, so accounting for weak banter between the hosts, the show is expected to be 35 hours long.
Australian Idol judge Mark Holden has already put his hand up to judge the international version of the show. “Biddity boppity boom,” said Holden, in his trademark patter. “I hope she-wope they seeee-lect me, see, flea cause I can sp-sp-speak bullshit fluentlimoso in every lingo. Touch down!”

But the Australian Idol winner will have to overcome significant hurdles to even attend the contest. Starbucks Burwood, the place the Australian Idol winner will be working by Christmas, is still considering their application for leave. “Christmas is our busiest time of the year,” said Assistant Manager Bev Douglas. “But I guess if they’ll be back at work soon – and they will be – we’ll consider it.”

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