POP star Lady Gaga has been named as one of Wisden's cricketers of the year.
The child's drawing of Madonna is a new entry into the cricketing bible, and has already fashioned the award into a hat that looks like a lobster's tuppence.
Wisden assistant editor Julian Cook said: "We're trying to reach a younger audience than usual and besides, if Englishmen can make the list then we could justifiably include a three-seater couch in there."
The English cricketers were named for their sterling performances in South Africa, where they managed to avoid being utterly shellacked.
They were also praised for beating Australia 2-1 in a series dubbed by pundits as a bit like watching a coach full of elderly and confused monkeys crash through the window of a JD Sports.
Virender Sehwag took top spot after Wisden conceded that, despite being distressingly foreign, he did manage to hit the ball a long way away from the fielders with cynical consistency.
Cook said Gaga's inclusion, as well as that of English cricketers, sees a shift away from focusing simply on sporting ability.
He added: "Looking ahead to next year's shortlist, the children do seem to like this Miley Cyrus chap. We're currently planning a sexy centrefold featuring Mr Cyrus on all fours while licking the grass stains off a well-used ball."
Lady Gaga thanked Wisden for its support, adding: "La-la-fashion-dirty-mamamama-goo-goo-la-la-Mike Brearley."