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(Deadline)   Simon Cowell signs new three-year deal to continue "X-Factor" and "Got Talent." Luckily for Americans, the deal is for the British versions   (deadline.com) divider line 7
    More: Spiffy, Britain's Got Talent, Simon Cowell, Americans, British, Amanda Holden, Louis Walsh, David Walliams, Gary Barlow  
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2013-11-15 08:40:18 AM
british entertainment is awful
 
2013-11-15 08:45:52 AM
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand not a fark was given.
 
2013-11-15 08:47:54 AM
Because what entertainer wouldn't want to be the next ummmm..... uh....you know, that one guy with the song? Uhhhhhhhh....who was that, again?
 
2013-11-15 09:01:11 AM

soakitincider: british entertainment is awful


www.gq.com: how can you tell entertainment is awful? It's british!!!
 
2013-11-15 09:05:27 AM
But on the downside he can't be around the woman he knocked up's kid without her having to pay out the nose for it. That's going to make Thanksgiving and Christmas awkward.
 
2013-11-15 03:57:54 PM

EyeballKid: Because what entertainer wouldn't want to be the next ummmm..... uh....you know, that one guy with the song? Uhhhhhhhh....who was that, again?


They're not entertainers. They're impressionable 'starlets' who'll be back at Costa / Tesco / Morrisons / Greggs / the job centre about two years later, after the 90th gig in front of a dozen bored geriatrics on a cruise ship.
 
2013-11-15 03:58:44 PM

sephjnr: EyeballKid: Because what entertainer wouldn't want to be the next ummmm..... uh....you know, that one guy with the song? Uhhhhhhhh....who was that, again?

They're not entertainers. They're impressionable 'starlets' who'll be back at Costa / Tesco / Morrisons / Greggs / the job centre about two years later, after the 90th gig in front of a dozen bored geriatrics on a cruise ship.


And before I forget, Killing In The Name was the best Christmas song ever.
 
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