Holy Goats! You've got to be kidding me!
TV bosses in Britain are so desperate to repeat Susan Boyle's record-smashing success that they are trying to sign a waving goat for the next series of "Britain's Got Talent."
The owners of Darren the Waving Goat have been bombarded with calls from BGT honchos asking them to bring Darren to an audition.
They hope to duplicate Susan's sensational rise to fame but Susan fans say the move is downright insulting.
"I've nothing against Darren the Goat," said Anna Ford from Boston, "but this is just too much."
"Susan's got real talent and she's a real woman but Darren, bless him, is still a goat."
But the BGT folk are hell-bent on getting Darren on the show after his YouTube debut went viral with more than 250,000 views.
Eight-year-old Anglo-Nubian Darren waves to visitors with his hoof when they ask him to.
But staff at White Post Farm in Nottinghamshire are taking a tough line.
They say it goes against their animal welfare standards to let Darren hot-foot it to stardom.
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