03:53PM, Friday 09 June 2017
On a night when the spotlights were fixed on a clash of political juggernauts, one unlikely hero emerged from the shadows.
With policies to bring back Ceefax and nationalise Adele, the man with a bucket as a head stole the hearts of voters across the nation and overseas.
Throughout a frantic day clouded by uncertainty, this man (man?) stood as a beacon of hope. And no, the bucket on his head doesn't resemble a traditional bucket like your dad used for wallpaper paste, but this is 2017. The world is changing and so must we. Get with the times.
The support may have come a little too late for the caped crusader to beat Prime Minister Theresa May in the race for the Maidenhead seat, but his legacy will live on forever.
He was strong.
Watch it, mate.— Lord Buckethead (@LordBuckethead) 9 June 2017
It's a bucket. https://t.co/tWSywhDi1O— Lord Buckethead (@LordBuckethead) 9 June 2017
And, at times, oddly pensive.
Savouring the moment. pic.twitter.com/NsuYamnpBY— Lord Buckethead (@LordBuckethead) 9 June 2017
And his commitment to his campaign on earth didn't go unnoticed among the intergalactic spacelord's new legion of fans.
.@LordBuckethead might be the biggest winner this week. He (it?) is taking over American Twitter.— Maxwell Smart (@maxpower19k) 9 June 2017
Thank you, your lordship.
p.s. Elmo was there too.
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