Lindsay Lohan could be the latest big name to speak at the Cambridge Union.
The 32-year-old Mean Girls star posted a picture of her informal invitation on her Instagram stories, alongside the caption 'Hello Cambridge'.
According to her post she has been invited to speak between sometime between April 23 and June 10 and her enthusiastic reaction suggests she is up for the gig.
Her attendance has not been confirmed by the Union, who are still to release the dates for next term.
However her Instagram account showed correspondence which promised her "a tour of the city and the historic colleges" were she to come.
The former child star would certainly have a lot to talk about should she take to the podium at the debating society.
Lohan first shot to fame in Disney's The Parent Trap and as a former teen idol in Mean Girls, but her poster girl daysare long gone.
She is now better known for her party lifestyle, police mugshots, community service at the LA morgue and naked Playboy photoshoot.
In the last few years have seen her ventured into various business projects, including opening Lohan Nightclub, in Athens – which she part owns.
The actress will next appear on the big screen with a lead role in the American werewolf movie The Shadow Within.
The Union has seen a number of high-profile cancellations in recent months, with Peter Andre and Davina McColl both cancelling.
The last big American star to come to the Union was Caitlyn Jenner last November.