Click on the Parliament website today, and you're greeted with a slightly unexpected sight. Under a headline 'peer factor?' is a picture of Sue Sylvester, star of the hit American TV show Glee.
Not quite what you expect to see, especially if you've gone to the website to read something heavyweight about legislation.
Apparently, the photo is advertising an element of the House of Lords outreach programme, which saw 11 to 16-year-olds invited to make suggestions for who they would like to see in the upper house.
As well as the megaphone-wielding cheerleading coach, they also picked David Attenborough, Jamie Oliver and Simon Cowell. Basically, people they've seen on TV. Check it out:
The eventual winners chosen by the judging panel were Andrew Hind, former chief executive of the Charities Commission, Mrs Manola Toschi-Restivo, a sports teacher from Wales and Keith Ross, a Green Party member and caseworker at the Welsh Refugee Council.
Bad luck, Sue. Still, she is fictional, so it might have been tough to get the ermine robe to fit.