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Friday, 9 July 2010

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Queen Elizabeth was paid $7,000 to appear in a two scene cameo on "The Vampire Dairies"

HOLLYWOOD - Well it appears that England's Queen Elizabeth has been bitten by the acting bug.

The 84-year-old royal highness will appear in a two line cameo speaking role on the hit TV vampire series, The Vampire Dairies.

The show's producer Manolo Middlezuck informed the queen that his wife Mandy Keelerworthy, was born and raised in the Waterloo area of London, near the Waterloo Train Station, just across from The Uncle Winston Fish & Chips To Bloody Go Diner.

Middlezuck and Lizzy, as she asked him to call her, talked for 45 minutes about everything from the Beatles, to David Frost, Petula Clark, Pixie Lott, and English Leather.

In her cameo speaking role, the queen will portray Aquamarina the Exalted Vixen of All Things Blimey.

In her first scene she will appear with Nina Dobrev's character Elena Gilbert and will utter the line "And what pray tell is a bloomin' vuvuzela?"

In her second scene her royal majesty will appear in a once piece swimsuit with Paul Wesley's character Sefan Salvatore. The queen will be lying out by The Mystic Falls Senior Citizens Home pool.

Stefan Salvatore will walk by in a very skimpy bathing suit. And the queen's character Aquamarina will yell out, "Hey hot nuts, what does a woman 'ave ta do ta get herself a lower body massage?"

SIDENOTE: Queen Elizabeth has requested that her acting fee of $7,000 be donated to The Cat Deely Home For Super Tall British Babes located in New London, Connecticut.

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