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Shaheen Jafargholi Wins Britain’s Got Talent

by | 20th, April 2009

SUSAN Boyle is old Britain’s Got Talent news; old and frumpy Britain’s Got Equal Opportunities news. The new news is Shaheen Jafargholi. He’s got pliability, likeability and the potential to lend his name to a range of hair gels – Put the Shaheen in your hair – (Max, call me), sell dreams to the pre-teens and hope to their mums.

Shaheen Jafargholi can do it all. But first things first: before he can become a star, Shaheen needs to be patronised by Hollywood shape-shifter Demi Moore.

The Telegraph investigates:

Shaheen Jafargholi to rival Susan Boyle after Twitter praise from Demi Moore. Shaheen Jafargholi, the Welsh schoolboy who could rival Susan Boyle for the Britain’s Got Talent crown, won praise from Demi Moore on Twitter.

Praise in 140 characters or less is yours. Hurrah! Stage 1 is complete. Permission for take off granted, Shaheen.

Read: Demi Moore Drops Susan Boyle To Twitter Shaheen Jafargholi.

The only thing that can cut short the “cherub-faced” lad’s dreams is Susan Boyle.

In “LITTLE ANGEL V HAIRY ANGEL”, the Mirror hears from “cute” Shaheen:

“Susan has an amazing voice. I don’t want to be a rival but if I won I wouldn’t be complaining.”

See how nice he is. What kind of heartless person kills a sweet, young stage-school trained boy’s dreams of stardom and loadsa money – the dream to be “the new Paul Potts”?

As judge Amanda Holden says:

“It doesn’t happen to me very often but I do the goosebump test. I got it with Paul Potts, I got it with George Sampson and I got it with you.”

Susan Boyle, that’s who. Boyle. Boyle by name, Boyle by…

It’s “Boyle v boy” in the Sun.

Shaheen, who was “brought up by his single mother Karen Thomas in Swansea”, said:

“Since the day I was born I have always wanted to sing. I would love to be a big recording artist. I would love to be as famous as Michael Jackson.”

Maybe if he meets Jacko for a restorative beaker of Jesus Juice, Shaheen will be as famous as the great man-child.

“After the hairy angel – Jacko Junior,” announces the Mail’s front page.

“Don’t make me angry – just a star,” says Shaheen on the Daily Express’ cover.

Will Shaheen become a hoodie if he loses to Boyle, a boy adrift in the nation’s kebab shops, a spent force of dreams crushed?

There can be only one thing for it – Bag The Boyle and Scream For Shaheen.

He can’t fail – until next week at least, when the twins (one deaf; the other blind) and their three-legged parrot sing with the voice of angels…

See him sing here

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