The FBI, in the USA, has been exposed as having created the TV ‘talent’ show ‘The Voice’ as a witness protection program so that its star witnesses could disappear effectively.
The show, which was originally believed to be a sort of ‘launch pad’ for new singers, came under investigation after its contestants were never seen again, regardless of whether or not they won the show. In contrast, other shows such as The X Factor have produced celebrities who just won’t go away, no matter how much we want them to.
Even Stacey Solomon seems permanently fixed to our screens, whether she’s eating kangaroo testicles in the jungle, eating unidentified testicles in Iceland commercials or talking about testicles on Loose Women.
Contestants on The Voice, it has been revealed, are all witnesses in high profile FBI cases and have been placed on the show to guarantee them anonymity.
The winner of the first series of the voice, thingy… that one with the… erm… hair, was a witness in a trial involving famed mob boss Frankie ‘three fingers’ Santana. After winning the first season of The Voice, her handler, Sir Tom Jones, spirited her away to a new life away from the public eye. Now nobody can remember her name, what she looked like or where she was from.
It’s like she never existed.
We asked Sir Tom Jones to confirm that The Voice was indeed an elaborate program by the FBI to make people disappear. He replied:
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