The coronation of King Charles is coming in hot and everyone is wondering what kind of spectacle it will be.
While there have already been conversations about the big day on May 6 being dulled down amid Britain's spiralling cost of living, there still has to be a bit of pizzazz to celebrate the new Monarch.
Well, if they can't find anyone, there is one musician would would love to serenade Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, along with the rest of the UK.
Snoop Dogg has put up his hand.
He's told The Sun: "I’m down to perform at the coronation. Make it happen.”
To be honest, how wild would it be to see the faces of the British Royal Family as the Doggfather sings 'Drop It Like It's Hot' or 'Gin and Juice'?
I, for one, am very for this idea.
While he might be an unconventional candidate considering he's not British, Snoop has recently revealed his affinity for some parts of UK culture.
He's obsessed with Coronation Street and would love a role on the long-running TV show.
Speaking to The Sun, the 51-year-old said: "Coronation Street, I love it. If they call me I'll do it. I'll play whenever they need."
As for what exactly he likes so much about the soap opera, he said: "I love the cinematography, acting, the storylines and just the reality.
"I'd like to be part of it because they've been part of my culture."
That's right, Snoop Dogg apparently loves the cinematography on Corrie.
So who knows, maybe he'll make the move from West Coast to Weatherfield.
It might seem extremely unlikely, but the dude has appeared on screens across the world advertising just about anything and everything, so what's to say he won't roll up at the Rovers Return? I mean, if he does end up in a scene at the Rovers Return he will most definitely be rolling up.
So, who knows, if he sticks around long enough you could see him popping up on the small screen or on the biggest stage the UK has seen in a while for King Charles' coronation.