ITALY ELECTIONS – BIG WINS FOR 5 STAR
The anti-establishment movement and former 80's pop group, Five Star, have made big gains in Italy, winning mayoral races in Rome and Turin, early results show.
Masterminded by pushy stage Dad Buster Pearson, the Romford quintet are on course to become Rome’s first leaders to have achieved multiple top ten releases, in a victory seen as a blow to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his centre-left Democratic Party (PD).
The results could give anti-globalist Five Star a platform for parliamentary elections due in 2018, and the spotlight needed to trot out their lame 80’s hits with Italian callers queueing up to show their approval on live TV.
The Pound shop Jackson 5 have been choreographing new dance routines to hit singles ‘System Addict’ and ‘Rain or shine’ although promising early progress has been checked by Delroy’s sciatica and complaints of hot flushes from Denise.