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Will Victoria Beckham Cameo on Girls?

Victoria Beckham attends the World premiere of "The Class of 92" at Odeon West End on December 1, 2013 in London, England.

Communicating through magazine reporting, as famous people are wont to do, Victoria Beckham and Lena Dunham tease that they might (perhaps) be setting up a Beckham cameo on Girls.

A couple months ago, rumors swirled that Victoria Beckham was itching for a part in Dunham's HBO series. Dunham heard these rumors and was flabbergasted, but also inspired. She told Vanity Fair:

That shocked me! She didn’t say it to me, but she said it in the media, and I was like, We’ll get to work on that! I’d love to see Victoria Beckham, like, dress it down a little bit, maybe do Victoria Beckham as somebody’s adult-education teacher or something. I love her; she's very chic and nice.

Victoria! I love these games we play. I shall raise your prospective cameo to a cameo in which you play a grubby, work-a-day, regular person. Jenna Lyons already cornered the market on fancy fashionable icons, so really, the only things we have left are helpful instructors and/or the new Marnie. Looking forward to reading your responses in Hello!

Do you know who needs a hearty acknowledgement in this whole game? The media, the fourth estate, the free press: finally affecting real policy change. And what heady encouragement that with a few questions, a Girls cameo could be in the works. Who else shall we try to get onto the cast of Girls? I hear that baby Prince George adores the series and would love a pivotal role involving changing someone's perspective on parenthood.

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