Monday, January 20, 2003

If I can't sing to the top, I'll sue to the top

You've got admire Drew Cumming's gumption. Knocked back by the makers of American Idol as being "too old" - Drew is fifty - he's launched a second bid for fame by attempting to

"become the poster child for baby boomers' and age discrimination rights."

In other words, he's suing. His line is that most of the top grossing live acts are over forty - which is true. But then again, Macca, Jagger and Springo haven't just stepped off the set of some twatty karaoke sing-a-long.

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