CANBERRA : In breaking up news , it can be revealed that two competing minstrel teams will fight it out to represent Australia in the fabulous Eurovision Song Contest in May .
One team , headed by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull , is working on the popular song performed by Americans Bing Crosby and The Three Sisters which accentuates the positive and eliminates all talk of the rolling negative Newspoll count .
With the PM standing on a podium , like the king of swing, leading the chant , will be a trio of female Liberals , harmonising like the Three Sisters.
The Aussie sisters are the Minister for Jobs , Jabs and Innovation , Senator Michaelia Cash , famous for her song and dance routines, serenading the CFMEU ; former Howard Government minister Amanda Vanstone , dulcet voiced radio presenter , siffleur and cheese addict ; the Minister for Revenue and Financial Services , Kelly O'Dwyer, with a large repertoire of lullabies .
This talented group is being challenged by a motley pack of male Conservatives , in all shapes and sizes , varying hair dyes, about 20 in number . These rowdy boyos experienced an unexpected setback when they had to change the band's stage name from The Score with a Score to Settle, due to a legal problem and a visit from the AFP , to the Canberra Bogong Moths .
The raucous Moths insist on rendering a barroom version of Ole King Coal Was a Merry Old Soul at the Eurovision contest. Two of its adoring members are pictured here on a bicycle, with a flat tyre, built for two choir boys, heading the wrong way up a one way street.