Kylie Jenner will appear in a future Simpsons episode, becoming the latest prominent face to appear in Springfield.
Over the last three decades, Meryl Streep, Katy Perry, Danny DeVito, and Kelsey Grammer have all been given the Simpsons treatment.
The 26-year-old, who just debuted her apparel line, Khy, will be adding her voice to the mix on a new episode of the animated animation.
Marge is compelled to save son Bart when he is transformed into an NFT in Treehouse of Horror XXXIV, according to Variety.
The matriarch is said to resort to the ‘illuminati of the crypto realm’ for assistance, with the Lip Kit queen stepping in to lend her knowledge.
In that situation, we would likewise look to Kylie…
Showrunner Matt Selman confirmed the cameo to the outlet, revealing that executive producer James L Brooks came up with the NFT idea.
‘The craze has gone up and down and mostly down since we started writing it,’ he told the outlet. ‘But we just thought the idea of all these celebrities who don’t really understand the blockchain — who are so running over each other to promote it and make deals and get rich off it — was a funny area to include.
‘Celebrities who may not really know that much about how cryptocurrency works are the spokesman for this incredibly complicated thing called cryptocurrency.’
Matt conceded that the Kardashians and the Simpsons both being part of the Disney family served as a ‘door opener’ to approach the mom-of-two with the opportunity.
‘We wrote her some pages, and I think it’s a good fit. She was up for it and game to be made fun of as a celebrity shill,’ he added.
‘I think as someone playing themselves, the part has comedic integrity.’
Producer Al Jean previously discussed the series in an interview, revealing one of his favourite episodes from the 33-year run.
‘One I really love is one we did a few years back where Anne Hathaway played a princess who was on Krusty’s show and she was so great,’ he told us.
‘It was a beautiful script and she won an Emmy for it. That’s one of mine but there are a lot.
‘I watch them a lot when we’re making them and then not for years after. But when I see them again, I always remember the hard work we put in.
‘When we’ve had marathons of the episodes, it’s great to see your life, and you remember the wonderful people you’ve worked with. There isn’t one that I have a problem watching, rewatching.’