Dame Judi Dench has already proven to us this week that there is no finish to her talents – after she tried her palm at rapping with a little help from Lethal Bizzle.
But someone’s now motionless that the behaving legend’s new found ‘down with the kids’ standing really warrants a discuss on Wikipedia.
Which is why, if you held a glimpse of her page progressing in the day, then you competence just have found this.
Yes folks. Some forward essence actually re-edited Dame Judi’s page to announce that as good as being an singer and author she is also a ‘UK soil artist’.
It’s Ju-to-the-D 😂👏
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But not just any old ‘grime artist’ – a ‘grime artist who can destroy Stormzy hands down’, according to another edit.
They didn’t stop there either, suggesting in the concomitant fact box that her name isn’t plain old Judi – but J-Dawg Dench.
Oh you guys.
Of march the revise didn’t last prolonged before it was private and the page reverted to its old, essential self – but not before the website LadBible had noticed, and shared it with all its Instagram followers.
And we’re guessing they weren’t the only ones who beheld it.
In case you missed Dame Judi’s rapping efforts, the clip saw the singer group up with Lethal Bizzle for LADbible, where they can be seen pity a mic and spitting bars to a reworked chronicle of Bizzle’s Pow.
After Bizzle runs by a method of lyrics she needs to memorise, Judi adorably asked: ‘Have you got a fortnight?’
We can’t be the only ones yearning for an tangible duet.
Of march if you’d rather see Dami Judi doing what she’s some-more famous for, you can locate her personification Queen Victoria in Victoria and Abdul, which has just been expelled in UK cinemas.