Aug. 7 2007, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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Ugly Betty will get a little Posh and a little Fox-y this fall.ABC has confirmed Victoria Beckham and Rick Fox as guest stars on the Emmy-nominated series' upcoming second season, and at least one cast member can't wait for Posh to come on set.Eric Mabius, who plays womanizing Co-Editor-in-Chief Daniel Meade, first met Victoria at the UK Glamour awards ? where they were named man and woman of the year, respectively ? and tells Entertainment Tonight that Posh was as charming as can be.She was very sweet, he said. She said 'I love your show, I watch it every week.'Her revelation prompted producers to contact her for a possible role, which is shrouded in secrecy except for one detail.'She's going to be a bridesmaid,' Eric said.Less mysterious is Fox's role on the show.The basketball player-turned-actor will go one-on-one against ex-wife Vanessa Williams as her bodyguard. 'The executive producer said, 'Listen, we have this crazy idea for who can be your bodyguard -- how about Rick Fox?' and I go, 'That's fine,' Vanessa tells ET. 'He said, 'Well you might have to go to bed with him and I said, 'We've done that before okay so it's no problem.'Sharing the screen won't be a problem either, says Vanessa, who received an Emmy nomination for her turn as the wicked Wilhelmina Slater.We talk to each other ever day. We have a child together. It's not like we're not in touch. It's all good.For more information, watch Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday, Aug. 8, or visit

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