Miquita Oliver is to star in a Channel 4 special of programme 'Faking It' after a massive music blunder.
The T4 presenter who touted for Kurt Cobain to be voted as 'Best Singer' in a BBC poll stropped after he failed to win.
The supposed grunge fan who focused on Cobain's aesthetic appeal during her lackluster speech was revealed as a rock n roll tourist later in the evening when she admitted "Fearne Cotton promised me a date with him if I got him to win."
Oliver was later informed that the Nirvana front man had been dead since 94. She reacted angrily, storming out of the BBC saying "No one has ever heard of the 'Foo Fighters' anyway."
T4 bosses, in a bid to revive some of her much flaunted 'credibility', have announced a special of the imposter show featuring their presenter 'roughing it' with an underground New York punk gang.
Reports that she wore a Billy Idol T-Shirt and had to be rescued from an angry underground hate mob have yet to be confirmed.