The United Nations has announced it is launching a reality TV program to find the next UN Secretary-General.
“If we use the usual processes, we’ll come up with the usual well-meaning but ineffective Secretary-General,” said UN spokesperson Arron Elbigindendon.
“We really want to spice things up this time around.”
“People can expect a lot of surprises, great guest judges, celebrity contestants, and amazing room reveals.”
The full list of Secretary-General candidates is yet to be announced. However, the UN has already confirmed that Shane Warne, Gary Busey and Silvio Berlusconi will all be taking part.
“We’re excited about the possibility of Silvio hosting late night, adults only specials.”
“And everyone wants to hear what Warnie thinks about war. And we don’t just mean Steve Waugh!”
But in a massive blow to the credibility of the selection process, Donald Trump is unlikely to have a shot at becoming the next UN Secretary-General.
“Donald Trump is currently committed to a rival program,” said Mr Elbigindendon. “For the moment anyway.”
The UN remains tight lipped about who the other contestants and judges might be.
Rumours persist that Delta Goodrem may be involved after she was snapped negotiating between Palestinians and Israeli settlers in the West Bank.
Another possible contender is Kevin Rudd.
Best known as a micro-managing sociopath, the former Australian Prime Minister is trying to rehabilitate his image and recently signed on to star in his own reality TV show Pimp My Rudd.
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