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Shane Warne desperate for cameo in reality TV show 'Made In Chelsea'?

Former Australia cricketer Shane Warne is reportedly begging producers to land a cameo in E4's reality show Made In Chelsea.

Former Australia cricketer Shane Warne is reportedly desperate to bag a cameo in an episode of E4 reality show Made In Chelsea.

The 45-year-old, who has been in the UK working for Sky Sports during The Ashes, is said to be a big fan of the show, which follows the lives of rich Londoners.

According to the Daily Mail, the former bowler "can get enough of the Chelsea drama" and has been begging producers for a small role.

However, the report adds that show bosses are not hugely keen to include Warne in an episode, despite the ex-sportsman apparently claiming that he is willing to be in an extra in the background.

Warne has been involved in reality TV before as he made an appearance in the Real Housewives of Melbourne back in March.

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