Next thing you know, the seas will start boiling, pigs will fly, Heidi Montag will stop begging for attention and OJ Simpson will be elected President.
The above scenarios don't seem all that far fetched now that Chris Crocker, the 19-year-old Tennessean and MySpace/YouTube sensation, has a TV deal.
That's right, the whiny one, whose tearful plea to "Leave Britney Alone" rocked YouTube the week after the Britney Spears' VMA implosion has signed a deal to develop his own show with reality-TV producer 44 Blue Productions.
According to Variety, the company's plan is to build a new "documentary-soap" around the life of Chris Crocker. "It's pretty much going to be 'the Chris Crocker experience,'" 44 Blue's president tells the publication. "We consider him a rebel character that people find interesting. He's going to be a TV star."
Rebel? We could think of some other words to describe Chris Crocker, but we'll let this one pass. Such absurdity speaks for itself, after all. Only in America.
Left: Britney Spears melts down at the VMAs. Right: Chris Crocker pleads for people to leave Britney alone... and scores his own reality TV show out of it.
Since his tirade against the mean celebrity gossip world, Crocker has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and his Britney rant was spoofed by Seth Green.