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Writing in style of Heat Magazine, describing a new Talent T.V show.

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Introduction

´╗┐Magazine article for Heat magazine: READY? STEADY? SNIP! Britain?s Best Cut, the fave of Talent T.V? Hey, you guys!!!! You will not believe it? one amazing producer has just had the most HAIRMAZING idea ever!!!!! This show is so unique and exclusive that it will last forever in the history of talent T.V. It stands out, strong and strapping above any other competitor. We would describe it as finding a real diamond in a bowl of plastic fakes? completely mind-blowing!! Cheryl Cole- a famous (believe it, VERY famous) celebrity has described it as something so special it silences even the superstars!! It is a firework, shooting up high above everyone everything else and exploding into a million pieces, intense, against the morbid and gloomy night. Phew? now we?ve got you interested huh? In the next paragraph I might just give you a taste of the first episode? or should I say a SNIPpet? ...read more.

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You will have three judges who basically? well? judge you! They will take everything into account, every step you take, every move you make. At the end of every episode one contestant must fly away home back to mummy. HA, not feeling so confidant now right? Don?t worry, the judges will be fair and you?re achievements will not go unnoticed. The challenges will test you and push you to your limit but you will have to learn to cope with that, you and YOU alone. The contestants should be fiery like lions and protective like lionesses, sneaky like the cat but happy and outgoing like the dog. All very different but sturdy personalities should show and the contestants should have enough energy to keep them going through the show?s tug of war. Who knows? Maybe someday one of us will end up working for you! Now, this Talent show has a feature that no other talent show has ever seen before? Drum roll please? dumdumdumdumdum?. ...read more.

Conclusion

He is quite a shy and self-conscious character who would not like to reveal much of his personal life to our fellow readers in Heat. So? moving on?. the main star judge of Britain?s Best cut is?. Denise McAdam! Now Denny was the first female celebrity hairdresser! We are overwhelmingly honored to have her accept our very humble invitation to join our show. So Den McAd did quite a few hairstyles in her life, those including popstar Kylie Minogue and boyband JLS (HOTTTTT)!!! Deni has said something that I think will inspire us all to care about our hair: ? What good is a genius to a woman who can?t control her hair?? Ahhhh? just so encouraging! Apart from giving us these motivating words, Densieee has given us something else? and you will never guess what!! Ahaha just joking, Denise McAdams has offered to the winning contestant a chance to work with her/him and create your own joint classy hairdresser studio! And on that BOMBSHELL don?t forget to check our website for more info on this firework!!!! Byeeee guysss!! ...read more.

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