Kate Moss is all set to add another feather to her cap as she plans to make her theatre debut in the Little Britain stage show later this month.
The supermodel, who recently turned fashion designer after signing a lucrative deal with London's high street giant 'Top Shop,' has also tried her hands at singing by duetting with rocker boyfriend Pete Doherty at a Babyshambles show.
And now the multi-faceted star is turning to theatre by joining the cast of the Little Britain stage show - funnymen David Williams and Matt Lucas - for a charity stage perfomance.
"I've known Kate socially for a little while and she and Pete came to our show one night and liked it. "So we thought, let's be cheeky and see if we can convince her and she was up for it," Contactmusic quoted him, as saying.
"The thing about Kate is that she's funny in her own right so we think it'll be brilliant. It'll be a speaking role but I don't want to give too much away. When you see her and what she'll be wearing and doing, it'll be a big surprise," he added.
Williams further said: "Kate has natural comic talent. It's just that most people don't know it because they see her in pictures and beautiful people aren't allowed to be funny. But I know she's going to be great. It's a real coup and we're absolutely chuffed."
The one-off guest appearance will aid charity Comic Relief on November 22, 2006.