My Column Post #4
Congratulations to Lady Gaga who has a number 1 album and number 1 song in the UK just days after making chart history in the US by becoming the first artist in nearly a decade to top the US charts with her first 2 singles. That’s pretty good going for prancing around in a leotard. Mr Motivator must be furious.
That’s pretty good going for prancing around in a leotard
Sad news for a man this week who failed to win back his ex despite writing ‘I Love U Jodie’ in 6ft letters on a hill in Lewes, East Sussex, using torn sheets. Perhaps he shouldn’t have used her sheets.
Simon Cowell has completely renovated his £15m Beverly Hills mansion and turned it in to his dream home. Any prospective girlfriends can look forward to the spa, solarium, private cinema, putting green, pool, wet bar, oh and bumping in to his ex Terri Seymour in her own private suite. On second thoughts you could try your luck dating Louis Walsh.
Fern Britton has criticised male bankers for their role in the current financial crisis. She told Question Time that our financial woes may not have been quite so severe if women had been in charge of the economy. I wonder if women had been in charge of the economy would we have traded in shoes instead of money? That would mean that now instead of banks collapsing it would be shoe shops collapsing. They would have become symbols of anger and disappointment, sales assistants villified. No one would be selling anymore shoes and no one would know where their next shoe was coming from. That, quite clearly, would be terrible. In a way it’s lucky we weren’t in charge and it’s only money we’ve lost….