Rapper, actor and mogul Diddy announced in May he was an avowed fan of the hit
The short film featured Diddy and some clever editing to make it appear that he was Lord Wilcot, the new owner of Downton Abbey.
The video has received more than 700,000 views since its debut and at least one of those views came from "Downton's" creator,
"I'd never say never, though I imagine he'd steal the scene, even if it was a small part," Fellowes told the Telegraph at the recent Life After Stroke Awards.
As the series rolls into its fourth season, it's definitely gotten more high-profile in its casting. Recently it was announced Oscar nominee
For what it's worth, Fellowes counts himself as a fan of Diddy's Funny or Die short, though he reveals a limited understanding of modern visual effects techniques.
"I loved that, I thought it was fabulous," he said of the short. "I absolutely adored it, but I just couldn't see how he could have done it."
They have many things at Downton Abbey, but a green screen is obviously not one of them.