Guy girl Emily Blunt
Emily Blunt would love to voice a character in animated series 'Family Guy'
Emily Blunt is desperate to feature in 'Family Guy'.
The British actress is a big fan of the hit US TV animated series and would love to lend her voice to a new character.
She said: "'Family Guy' is my favourite show. It's absolutely appalling, and I love it. Tell them I would love to do it!"
'Family Guy' focuses on a dysfunctional family in the fictional town of Quahog, Rhode Island.
The programme was cancelled in 2000 and again 2002, but strong DVD sales persuaded TV bosses to broadcast the series again.
This isn't the first satirical cartoon Emily has expressed an interest in.
The 26-year-old beauty - who is currently dating 'The Office' star John Krasinski - recently voiced a part for 'The Simpsons'.
Emily portrayed Juliet in an episode entitled 'Lisa the Drama Queen', in which Juliet and Lisa Simpson created a fantasy world called 'Equalia' where they were queens.
The episode also featured an end credit theme performed by Fall Out Boy.