Today is the day we mourn the death of The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column. In a truly bizarre move, the newspaper has rehired a new batch of showbiz wannabes. Two randoms who happen to be girls and smile awkwardly for a PR photo of profile raising with a terrible layout to mimic the new ‘head of showbiz’ glory hunter and cretinous hack Dan Wooton.
After taking concepts and thought processes from this site, the founder, Rupert Murdoch has chosen to reward two unknown as well as his previous tragedy of Column Idol, where the contest, done in house and not advertised where the paper selects its own bias winner, has hit a brick wall. With no style, skill and to ‘get more women’ in the paper, male dominated, Bizarre proves to be a daft move in which Murdoch, who loves to steal details from this site and fail to reward, of which this writer would have made a glorious reputation for your failing tabloid, has given a greenlight to.
A supporting cast also prop up the team with three other randoms. Previous head Gordon Smart was shifted to the Scottish Sun as Editor. Dan Wooton side-lined him as ‘head of showbiz.’ Many believe this decision is clearly also copying the infamous 3am girls. The two girls, who will be prone to copy and pasting to create their stories, have added little impact to the job. Their first spread featured a PR prone Cheryl Cole giving a thumbs up. One Direction wrote on pieces of paper to ensure good press with the girls. The girls shared a photo of themselves with bizarre favourite Rita Ora. Anything for a photo op and self-portrayal, aye? Ground-breaking journalism at its finest. Leader of the Conservative (Tory) Party, David Cameron controls all the newspapers in Britain except for two. Those in charge of are The Sun and Sun on Sunday, The Daily Star and Star on Sunday, Daily Express and Sunday Express, The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, The Times and Sunday Times, The Independent, Independent on Sunday and the i and the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph as well as the Financial Times.
Papers not included are The Mirror and Sunday Mirror and The Guardian and The Observer.
The paper is said to be constantly “backwards” and “full of trash” to readers commenting anonymously. Journalism is truly dying a painful death. But it’s okay. Once the fourth estate journalism crumbles without my involvement in print, yet stolen stories all over the press in every paper, the fifth estate journalism will evolve, and I will be in the centre of it all. Only question is, how much shutting out abuse will cause you to be against us than with us? It’s up to you to continue to make the wrong decisions, or be a businessman. Good luck national Press.