Of course we all know that Bono couldn't have possibly received enough votes to make the top five.
[conspiracy]Its more likely RTÉ have planted him there to stir things up and encourage people to tune in.[/conspiracy]
Dave Fannings show next week will no doubt focus heavily on his Humanitarian work.
But I have a strange feeling that as with most of Bono's projects we won't be hearing the full facts.
We already know about the RED brand and the sham that turned into (without even bringing in the question of where i-pods and GAP clothing comes from into it).
And maybe have a look here and here.
But Mr Heuston doesn't seem to have learned any lessons and today we hear a few truths about "ONE".
Heres just a taster for those at work.
Should be interesting to see how much of this is glossed over next Monday.The Bono nonprofit took in $14,993,873 in public donations in 2008, the latest year for which tax records are available.
Of that, $184,732 was distributed to three charities, according to the IRS filing.
Meanwhile, more than $8 million was spent on executive and employee salaries.
More later but I would be interested to hear what people really think first.