Idris Elba is eager for a cameo role in HBO comedy 'Girls' after meeting Lena Dunham on 'The Graham Norton Show'.
Idris Elba wants to appear on 'Girls'.
The 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' - actor has made an appeal to the show's creator and star Lena Dunham - who he was a guest alongside on UK talk show 'The Graham Norton Show' earlier this month - to write him a part on the popular programme.
He tweeted:''@lenadunham Very funny woman. Can I come do a scene on your show? (sic)''
Joking about a topless photograph of himself which he accidentally posted on the site recently, he added: ''i promise, NO selfies...:) (sic)''
Although Lena is yet to agree to give the British actor a part on her show, she tweeted back: ''@idriselba You are a pure pleasure, an honor to share the couch with you #selfiesforever
''PS thank you for calling me a woman, it made me feel all tingly inside
Meanwhile, Lena has admitted she has created the ''perfect'' role on the show for Victoria Beckham after learning the former Spice Girls singer is a big fan and was keen to make an appearance in the next
She told Grazia magazine: ''I was extremely flattered to hear she would love to appear. I have the perfect part in mind and I've reached out offering her a role in an episode for next season. So fingers crossed.''
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