Laura Kuennsbjork’s new single is out!

Laura Kuenssberg's face imposed over Bjorks from the music video to 'It's Oh So Quiet'
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Laura Kuennsbjork has a new single out… sort of.

Twitter jokers TheIainDuncanSmiths have come up with a new rendition of Icelandic pop star Bjork’s 1995 classic It’s Oh So Quiet featuring BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg skipping over some newsworthy topics.

The video sees Kuennsbjork take a wander through town, while she ignores serious news in favour of panning lefties and sucking up to the Tory government:

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Kuenssberg is, in the opinion of some, rather more generous with those in power than she is with the political left:

TheIainDuncanSmiths are a satirical outfit whose past hits include Message in a Throttle, dedicated to courageous Bristol constabulary, and the epic Corbzy, a cover of grime artist Stormzy’s timeless sarf Larndarn banger Shut Up.

In the past, Kuennsberg has incorrectly claimed that a Labour activist hit a Tory staffer, been accused of defending controversial Tory advisor Dominic Cummings, and been accused of lying about changes in government coronavirus policy.

Featured image via TheIainDuncanSmiths

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      1. No, she lost her cool and attacked a scumbag paparazzi who’d been on her case for weeks about the horrible incident with the obsessed fan known as the Bjork stalker. If you know what I’m talking about, or if you can be bothered to look it up, you’ll know how traumatised she was at the time and why she reacted the way she did.

        Long story short: Bjork, under immense pressure, took an 11+ hour flight to fulfil gig commitments in Thailand. As soon as she got off the plane with her 9 year old kid the scumbag paparazzi honed in and started hassling the kid knowing full well the effect it would have and how much money she was going to make from her ‘Bjork goes berserk and beats the crap out of an innocent journalist who was only trying to take her photo’ bullshit story.

        You really shouldn’t believe or repeat anything you read in sick gossip and drool rags. They played a huge part in pushing a mild-mannered pacifist over the edge so they could run with a sick fabrication about a maniacal sociopath superstar. For profit and relevance.

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