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Paul Potts The Movie: Boyz Of Harlech

by | 21st, June 2007

paul-potts-1.jpgTHEY said they couldn’t be done. But now the Sun says plans are advanced to bring the world Jaws – The Opera, starring Paul Potts in all leading roles.

In “SOME LIKE IT POTTS”, readers learn that Britain’s Got Talent winner, “roly-poly” Paul, is to have his “rags-to-riches” life story told in film. Paul is an alumnus of Hard-knocks Comprehensive.

The Sun says Paul has raked up £30,000 debt. He once broke his collar bone and was signed off work for two year. He was, as we have learned, bullied at school, enduring being called “Smelly”, “Potty” and Wee-Wee.”

If the story is told we suggest it is one scripted less by Hollywood writers than by the likes of Simon Pegg, who will embrace Paul’s ordinariness.

A little Hollywood artistic licence and Paul is millions of dollars in debt. His life-threatening injuries are inflicted by a vicious close harmony male voice choir (Boyz of Harlech) hell bent on violence.

Paul is shifted from his post as manger of a Carphone Warehouse manager in South Wales to the frontline in Iraq.

A source tells the Mirror that Pava-Potty is to meet Hollywood moguls while on his trip to the USA.

“I don’t quite know what the future will hold but I’m just me, Paul Potts, and I’ll stay that way,” says Paul Potts.

Readers may spot the beginning of the brand. Paul is talking about himself in the third person, ensuring readers know who he is. Paul Potts will do what is right for Paul Potts.

Paul will not so much loose himself as have a team of stylists, producers and dentists redefine what he is. He will be Paul Pots with new veneers.

He will be Paul Potts: The Movie, and Paul Potts Goes To Hollywood the sequel, the story of one Briton’s quest for better teeth. The Briton who dared.

Anorak has acquired exclusive footage of Paul Potts’ home movie as the Carphone Warehouse opens its doors for the mid-season sale:

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