Sunday, 14 November 2010

Strictly Come Dancing: Wreckers Of Civilisation

Headline of the week... 'Ann Widdecombe: I won't dance as a transvestite' - The Sunday Telegraph.
I'm sure I don't need to ask you to read on...
"When her dancing partner Anton Du Beke suggested a "Priscilla Queen of the Desert number", the former Home Office minister was initially enthusiastic. Then Miss Widdecombe discovered what Priscilla was about.
"Speaking just before last night's BBC One show, Mr Du Beke explained: "I wanted to do a big camp Priscilla Queen of the Desert number.
"I told her it would be all sequins and head pieces, and she was up for it. I did think to myself 'Actually, I'm not quite sure you know what this is,' but I decided to run with it.
"Then on Thursday she discovered what Priscilla Queen of the Desert was actually about. She just said: 'No. I'm not doing that. It's all about transvestites.' That was the end of the discussion."
One has to admire Ms Widdecombe for sticking to her Christian principles, however barking they may seem - I'm sure there's something about this in the Bible, but I can't be arsed to check.
One may also like to tell her that if a woman wears women's clothes, even sequins and head pieces, then - tecchnically - it's not transvestism.
It is a shame that this evening Strictly saw a flagrant display of perversion when contestant Gavin Henson - a rugby player - "snogged" judge Tony Bonioli, a man and known gayer.
According to the Mail; "Bruno Tonioli meanwhile didn't seem to have quite recovered from Gavin's man love, and as he fanned himself, proclaimed: 'Am I dreaming? Let's do it all over again!"
This - I'm sure regular readers will not need reminding - is how Rome fell.


  1. Well dramatic photo there! :)

  2. What a whore Gavin Henson is!
    I missed most of Strictly this weekend but I did see Scott Maslen's dance which was ace. He looked amazing [swoon]

    I don't understand why anyone would watch the X Factor over Strictly. FOOLS!