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That's Coo'. Posted on 12/05/2002.

Jen's little brother Liam used to best be known as one of the hands on America's favorite stoner sock puppet program, The Sifl and Olly Show. But thanks to the release of his song "The United States of Whatever" in the UK, he's becoming a pop star in his own right.

Liam's produced a video perfect for the song, so you should click on this link and watch it an enjoy it (RealPlayer required). (My favorite scene is when he's "wearing his leather"...

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