London: British Prime Minister David Cameron will make a cameo appearance in the video for One Direction`s new charity song.
The pop stars are releasing a cover version medley of Blondie`s `One Way or Another` and The Undertones` `Teenage Kicks` to raise money for Britain`s Comic Relief organisation, and they recruited the very special guest for the promo, reported BBC online.
Cameron invited the boy band into his Downing Street home for the clip, in which singers Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson clown around him.
Meanwhile, a Downing Street spokesperson has confirmed that the UK government will cover the cost of the value added tax (Vat) on sales of One Direction`s single, making "a charitable donation that will be the equivalent of the Vat."
Cameron has also appeared in a MasterChef segment, which saw him make approving noises as chefs Miranda Hart, Ruby Wax and Claudia Winkleman served him a three-course meal.
Former PM Tony Blair also starred alongside comic star Catherine Tate in a for the charity fundraiser in the last months of his premiership it 2007.
Gordon Brown also appeared in a comedy sketch with James Corden and with boyband JLS in 2011, after he was voted out of office in the 2010 general election.