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According to the Daily Mail, the group wore white t-shirts which included the statement as well as a wedding photo of the royal couple. A Facebook photo linked from fan site Morrissey-solo.com shows the group arm in arm with Morrissey sporting a blue dress shirt.
The t-shirt comes after the former Smiths singer reportedly endorsed Argentina's claim regarding the Falkland Islands during a show in Cordoba (as reported by The Guardian. You can watch it here). "The Malvinas Islands, everybody knows they belong to Argentina," he said. "So please don't blame the British people, we know the islands belong to you."
Morrissey's statements regarding the Falklands come after Roger Waters told Argentine and Chilean television stations last week that the islands -- which British and Argentine troops battled for in 1982 -- "should be Argentine."
In related news, Morrissey continues his South American tour in Brazil with stops in Peru and Columbia later this month. The singer released his last studio album, 'Years of Refusal,' in 2009.
Finally in the Moz roundup, a computer programmer named Lazyitis has posted a 'Super Morrissey Bros.' cover of the Smiths track 'This Charming Man.' The remake, which uses the music from the classic Nintendo video game, seems to be gaining a following as it's been retweeted by some musicians including the Dears' Natalia Yanchak. Chances are, the ever-cranky Morrissey is going to hate it, though.
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