The Broons set to give Susan Boyle a run for her money

SCOTLAND’s first family – The Broons – are set to challenge Susan Boyle for the coveted Christmas number one spot with the release of their very first album.

The compilation CD named The Broons Family Album: A Braw Collection O’ The Broons Favourite Tunes was released a week ago and has already rocketed into the UK charts coming inside the top 30.

The iconic comic strip family from Glebe Street, who first appeared in the Sunday Post as far back as 1936, have the support of Beatles record label EMI.

And insiders are widely predicting The Broons will be locked in a full scale “battle” with Susan Boyle the week before Christmas for the number one spot in Scotland.

In some record stores it is already the number one compilation album.

A spokesperson for HMV in Dundee said: “Broons are the third biggest seller in the store for the week only being outsold by Susan Boyle and Bon Jovi.”

The album contains five CD’s with a mix of music mostly hailing from the sixties. Continue reading

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Cheryl Cole strips in The Beano comic

By Michael MacLeod

SINGER Cheryl Cole is set to star in Scots comic The Beano as Minnie the Minx’s new sidekick.

The Girls Aloud star will team up with the Beano bad girl in a series of cartoon strips published from next month.

Dundee-based publishers DC Thomson spotted her sporting a red and black striped outfit in her video for “Fight For This Love.”
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