Malachi Cush To Challenge Adele For Christmas No. 1 With ‘How’s She Cuttin’

Untitled-1 copyAdele has admitted her world has been slightly rocked after it emerged today that her single ‘Hello’ is to be challenged for the Christmas Number One spot.

Malachi Cush, who wooed the country when he appeared on the BBC’s Fame Academy and sang ‘Eyes of Blue’ and ‘Vincent’, is said to be recording a song which record producers maintain will ‘wipe the floor’ with the award winning songstress from London.

Named ‘How’s She Cuttin?’, the song coincidentally happens to be along the same lines of Adele’s ‘Hello’, telling the tale of going to the shop in Donaghmore and seeing a girl he’s been after for years but finds it hard to strike up a conversation.

Tyrone Tribulations managed to get their hands on some of the opening lyrics which confirms Cush is speaking from the heart:

How’s she cutting?

This is me.

I’ve just popped out to get

A pan loaf and some Rich Tea

Although Adele is currently selling 20’000 units of the song per week, music experts reckon sales of Cush’s song in Bangkok and Thailand will see the Country and Western star romp home.

Louis Walsh was particularly taken with the lyrics:

Cush nails it. Going to the shop for some errands and bumping into a girl from up with road who’s a far out cousin but you’ve had the eye for her for years is a real tear-jerker. It’s a classic mid-Ulster tale.

Our source also revealed that Cush has recorded ‘Rolling In The Sheep Dip’ for the B Side which appears to be a direct challenge to his new rival.


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