News: MS selects celebrity Reach team leader
17yo captain immediately lays down law.
Microsoft has finally chosen the guy who will teach Rio Ferdinand and a galaxy of other sort-of celebrities to play Halo: Reach so they can get thumped by experienced players at the game's UK launch event.
17-year-old Lewis Chapman from Newark in Nottinghamshire apparently had to go through a "rigorous interview process where he was grilled by a panel about his knowledge of Halo, his dreams and aspirations as well as why he was the best man for the job". Good grief.
Chapman will now go on to mentor England and Man United footballer Ferdinand, R'n'B artist Mr Hudson, T4 presenter Jameela Jamil, England rugby man Ben Cohen and Gadget Show presenter Jason Bradbury.
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