Speaking in that strange accent of his, Deasel explained that "All proceeds from the night will be split 50/50 between the disabled supporters shelter and the Livingston FC youth set up. I'm sure all Livi fans will agree that they are both worthy causes and will buy their tickets and come along on the night."
With invitations having been sent to various Livi supporters organisations as well as the club management and players, it really looks as though everybody is pulling together for a successfull evening.
"Each team will sing a few songs with judges using various convoluted ways of deciding the eventual winners. Of course, the assembled audience may have an input into any decision too" continued Deasel.
"I myself, as part of the Livi Lions Supporters Club team will be pushing the boat out as far as my performance is concerned. I'm currently looking at constructing a giant tank, capable of holding as much as 60,000 litres of flaming oil. Later on, about a third of the way through my set, the oil will drain away to be replaced by water, somehow, and it's planned to then have 3 large chested mermaids doing a bit of breaststroking up and down the tank. My people are in the middle of negotiations with their legal representatives as we speak. Having said that, I might not bother" he explained.
With that Deasel was off to mop up another spillage at the pump but before he left with his squeezy at the ready, he handed us a crumpled and ripped piece of paper with all the details on how to get your ticket for this fantastic event.
'For more information or arrange your ticket for the Livingston FC Karaoke Challenge, please contact 'Deasel' at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01506 431607. Tickets will be available from Deasel this Saturday at the Livi versus Morton Scottish Cup match, or alternatively Official Supporters’ Club chairman Allan Melrose also has a supply of tickets. He can be contacted on 01506 490122'