Buzzcocks Turn Around Now Divorce has Finalised
Preston new single

Blanketing the media around a single release is nothing new in the music press, but turning round on morals seems to be a new marketing hook for Ex-Ordinary Boys Preston.

Judging by a Max Clifford-esqe BBC entertainment front-page 'explanation' of his walkout from the BBC2 Never Mind the Buzzcocks television programme as bad for his public persona. Preston (Samuel Dylan Murray Preston as known to his parents) failed to mention that he was offended by the attack of his then wife Chantelle and blamed it all on him being rude and inconsiderate to the public. In a timely apology to coincide with a near rejuvenation of his short and very unsuccessful nu-ska career.

Since the divorce and the split of The Ordinary Boys, along with post Big Brother fame induced media martial bliss, Preston has been quiet. Now a single apology and a post at The Ex-Ordinary Boys Homepage holding kittens and looking scared.

Good luck Preston. The mononymous name, the apologies for self promotion and your public denial of any standing should propel you once back into the public eye.


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