Kelly Clarkson On Parks And Recreation?

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10/19/2011 09:11 AM ET

Singer Kelly Clarkson wants to be on NBC's "Parks And Recreation." The pop star has launched an online bid to land a guest role on the hit TV sitcom. This despite confessing she's "a bad actress," just watch the movie "From Justin to Kelly" and you'll know what she is talking about.

However, Clarkson is a big fan of funny woman, Amy Poehler's show and has called on her Twitter.com followers to help bombard program bosses and anyone involved in the comedy to give her a small role alongside her favorite character Ron Swanson, played by Nick Offerman.

In a post on the social-networking site, she writes, "Here's the deal ....I really want to be on 'Parks and Recreation'. It's hilarious! I am a bad actress but maybe I could play a bad actress! I would nail that!

She went on to say, "I need to be in a scene with Ron Swanson. I love all of them but the trucker stache (moustache) gets me every time. So, I'm gonna need all of my fans help please. Please tweet every member of the cast, the producers, the writers, security in that building, and anyone related to that show and tell them they need to have me on as a guest. Pretty pretty please!"

Clarkson last tried her hand at acting in 2007, appearing on country singer Reba McEntire's TV comedy, "Reba." She also participated in sketch comedy on MADtv (2002) and Saturday Night Live (2005).

Clarkson was the first American Idol winner and since has since established herself in the pop music industry. In a career spanning almost a decade, Clarkson has become the most successful Idol contestant worldwide, according to Billboard and Nielsen SoundScan. Clarkson's work also gained her numerous accolades, including two Grammy Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, and a Women's World Award. Billboard also ranked Clarkson the #14 artist of the 2000-10 decade, as well as being also ranked on the top 200 album sellers of the Nielsen SoundScan era at number 187.

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