TO BE OR NOT TO BE ON TV
Copyright 2010 Jeremy Taylor
Cover photo Copyright 2010 Andres Calle
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Jason Day sat in front of the television. It was a Saturday evening and he was watching one of his favourite programmes. 'Do You Want To Be A Star?' was full of, yes, people who wanted to be stars. There were singers, dancers, comedians, jugglers and impersonators, all of them wanted to be famous. 'Do You Want To Be A Star?' was their chance. They had three minutes on television to show the world (well, about 10 million people watched 'Do You Want To Be A Star?' every week) that they were the best.
“That girl's probably younger than you, Jason,” said Lee Day, Jason's father.
The girl on the television was playing the piano and singing. It was a funny song and the audience laughed. Mr. Bryton Sunny, the host of 'Do You Want To Be A Star?' laughed as well. After her three minutes, Mr. Sunny and the studio audience applauded loudly. “So, Linda, how old are you?” asked Mr. Sunny.