Wednesday, October 18, 2006

That's why Mum has gone off the deep end

Kelvin McKenzie's mouth leads him into Merseyside trouble. First he angered all of Liverpool by claiming that the lies he published after Hillsborough "weren't lies at the time" ("They were great stories that later turned out to be untrue - and that is different", he reckons); then he wound up being battered with a cushion brandished by Kerry Katona. This wasn't Kerry taking revenge on behalf of the Hillsborough dead whose memory McKenzie continues to piss over, sadly; instead, she was angry that he'd implied she'd written her poor-me autobiography for the cash.

Ironic, isn't it? He gets his comeuppance on one of the few occasions he's right.

Kerry insists she wrote her self-serving book "for the fans"; presumably it's the same motivation which makes her do the Iceland adverts. "I have a duty to inform my fans that chicken curry is only a pound..."

It was Sharon Osbourne's show which provided the gladiatorial ring for the battle. Doubtless the few viewers left will have been surprised to see the programme suddenly sparking into life.

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