Imbruglia begs for 'Britain'
16:30 10 August 2005
Natalie Imbruglia is desperate for a part in 'Little Britain'.
The stunning Australian singer has confessed she has been begging the cult comedy's creators, Matt Lucas and David Walliams, for a cameo role in the show.
She revealed to British radio show hit40uk: "I'd be honoured to be on the show. In fact, I've been begging."
Natalie is no stranger to comedy - she co-starred with 'Mr Bean' funnyman Rowan Atkinson in the hilarious Hollywood movie 'Johnny English'.
Lucas and Walliams invited a host of celebrities to guest star in 'Little Britain' for Comic Relief.
Pop heartthrob Robbie Williams dressed in drag with 'rubbish transvestite' Emily Howard, legendary singer Elton John allowed himself to be interviewed by 'the only gay in the village' Daffydd Thomas, while superstar George Michael appeared alongside show favourites Lou and Andy.
Chat show host Trisha Goddard and TV star Vanessa Feltz have also had cameo roles as themselves in the programme.
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