Veteran music commentator, Paul Gambaccini, has today been questioned by police in connection with the deaths of Whitney Houston, and all other recently deceased pop musicians and singers.
A spokesman for the Police confirmed that Gambaccini was helping police with inquiries.
“When someone dies suddenly we always look for the one person who benefits from the death. A keen-eyed detective constable noted that whenever a pop musician dies Paul Gambaccini appears on every television and radio programme that happens to discuss the death thereby boosting his profile. He was there when Amy Winehouse died, bemoaning a life gone to waste, before comparing her work with someone from the 1950s, and those who came after. He’d done it for George Harrison years ago, And he was at it again this morning.
“This modus operandi is quite clear to a seasoned viewer – and frankly is quite suspicious. To be honest I’m surprised we didn’t twig his involvement earlier”
Gambaccini denies the allegations and is reported, under intense questioning from the police, to have offered the same anecdotes about a life gone to waste, a powerful singing voice, and favourable comparisons with Mariah Carey, that he had exclusively remembered for all news networks, newspapers, and any passing blogger with a microphone, on Sunday morning.
Whitney Houston was once 27. She is not believed to have been in any other clubs.