Personalised Paper: Christmas Number 1

Christmas personalised newspaper gift

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  • Framed Version (shown) £29.99:

The newspaper article is tabloid size and framed in a stylish black contemporary frame (measuring 33cm x 40cm). Your order will be dispatched in a large, robust box.

  • Unframed Version (not shown) £15.95:

The newspaper article is tabloid size (measuring 29cm x 36cm) and unframed. Your order will be dispatched in a large hard back "Do Not Bend" envelope

Article text:

<forename> <surname> astounded the music world this week when <his> first ever single "Be Mine Always" outsold all its rivals, including One Direction and the ever popular Adele, to become this years Christmas number 1. Until three weeks ago hardly anyone outside of <location> had ever heard <surname> sing; this week <he> has the nation's best selling single.

The rock ballad "Be Mine Always" has sold an estimated 640,000 copies in its first week. Stores throughout the country have been selling the single as quickly as they have had stocks delivered. A spokesman for HMV, one of the country's leading retailers, said yesterday "Not since Elton John's Candle in the Wind tribute to Lady Diana, has a single sold so many copies in such a short period of time." Sony, has already initiated 500,000 more pressings of the single.

<surname> made <his> first television appearance to promote the single on last week's Jonathan Ross show. "Things just snowballed from then on" said <forename> yesterday. "I did the Steve Wright show the following day, Piers Morgan last week and the duet with Kylie at the Abbey Road studios on the Monday." It has been a truly amazing month for <forename> <surname> who was discovered by the famous Simon Cowell. "I owe it all to Cowell" said <surname> yesterday.

Cowell was on a Christmas break at the beginning of this month and stayed overnight in <location> when he saw <forename> singing in a local Karaoke bar. A close friend who was with <forename> at the time spotted Cowell in the bar and told us, "I could tell straight away that it was Simon. I knew from looking at him that he was impressed by what he could hear from <forename>, I talked <forename> into going up again, <he> sang Lennon & McCartney's 'Yesterday' and it just brought the house down. Simon Cowell was so clearly impressed. I'm sure he knew then and there that he was onto a winner with <forename> <surname>."

Cowell definitely wasted no time in signing <forename>, he cut short his holiday and flew <forename> to London in his private jet to thrash out a deal. Both Cowell and <surname> have refused to say how much the recording contract is for but speculation is that it is in excess of £2.5 million. The advertising 'machine' appears to waste even less time than Simon Cowell, and the face of <forename> <surname> can already be seen on advertisements for Calvin Klein, French Connection, Rolex and Levi. <forename> is the marketing sensation of the year. Sponsorship alone will clearly earn <forename> millions over the coming months.

<forename> <surname> certainly has the world at <his> feet!!

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  1. Recipient's First Name
  2. Recipient's Surname
  3. Recipient's Age
  4. Recipient's Hometown
  5. Recipient's Gender (M/F)
  6. Publication Date for Newspaper