Jade Goody - The Musical?

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  1. I thought this thread was gonna be some funny thing to read......how pissed off am I that it's serious?!?!?!


    We all know the ending anyway!
  2. I'm booking front row seats....
  3. Hmmm.
  4. Please no......
  5. CHAV society at it's worst.
  6. B_AND_T

    B_AND_T LE Book Reviewer

    "Britain's Got Cancer"

    Can't see Cowell presenting it!
  7. What songs are gonna be in it?
    Can I suggest Stairway to Heaven?

    Any more?
  8. Highway to Hell

  9. No harm in trying to make it funny is there? we could try to think of songs they could sing in the musical!

    There is of course the one we all know of,

    Cancer in the minge, by Elton

    And how about from "Annie get your gun"

    Im an indian too?

    Or from Oklahoma

    Pore Jud Is Daid, I know the spelling is different, but hey ho

    Apologies, above posts were done whilst writing this one :(
  10. "I has got cancer, in me fanny
    And the internet finks its funny

    But just you, just you wait, just you waaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit....(hold note)

    Coz I'll make a tonne of Bunce,
    Off ma rotten cunt"
  11. talking heads, 'Road to nowhere', because, quite honestly, thats where this is going
  12. B_AND_T

    B_AND_T LE Book Reviewer

    "Scars in her thighs"

    Thats got a ring to it.
  13. Scene 5, Act 3
    Jack doing a solo piece, the mood drops, the stage goes dark. Tweedy slowly enters stage left, the spotlight illuminates his gaunt figures and with a passionate tone sings his signatune tune. 'Smack my bitch up!'

    Scene 4, Act 1
    Jackiey sits the youthful teenage Jade down and in a moment only a mum and daughter has, sings the haunting. 'I kissed a girl (and I liked it)'

    Scene 3, Act 6
    Jade moves swiftly around the kitchen in the Big Brother house and moves towards the divine Shilpa Shetty and graciously and with that usual placid tone sings the theme tune to 'Slumdog Millionaire' with the now legendary corus line from Danielle Lloyd of 'I think she should fcuk off home'

    Final act
    Max Clifford and Jake Tweed arm-in-arm skip off stage right to the tune of 'Money, Money, Money'
    Curtain falls
  14. And here's the leading lady: