POP icon Madonna has adopted the BNP leader Nick Griffin, describing him as the ‘perfect addition’ to her rainbow tribe.
Madonna first saw Griffin on the BBC’s Newsnight programme blaming Muslims for the nation’s hard drug problems. She reportedly told friends: “That is adorable and I want one.”
A spokeswoman for the singer said: “Madonna is all about diversity, and you can’t get any more diverse than a Malawian orphan and the puffy, pig-eyed, middle-aged leader of a neo-fascist political party.”
She said Griffin had already settled into Madonna’s London home and was ‘playing well’ with her other adopted son, David Banda.
“Of course we had some initial concerns but David was very forthcoming with his Meccano and by the end of the day they’d built a fully functioning scale model of a crematorium.”
She added: “Nick is very happy here and looks ever so smart in his lederhosen.”
The BNP leader was purchased for an undisclosed sum from his wife, Jackie, who defended her decision to sell her husband.
“I just wanted to give Nick a chance in life. There’s nothing here for him in Barnet.”
She added: “Madonna can give him things I never could, like a pony, a convertible VW and an extensive library of German folk songs.”
Meanwhile sources close to Angelina Jolie last night revealed the film star had made approaches to Essex County Council with a view to purchasing Jim Davidson.