This week's question: Thomas J. Mace-Archer-Mills Esq., an expert on the royal family with a posh English accent, has been outed as Tommy Muscatello from upstate New York. If Muscatello, who says he "identifies" as British and is now "who I am supposed to be" were to write a book about his transformation, what should it be titled?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Singing summit

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Gone with the Windsors"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

SECOND PLACE: "Britamorphosis"
Catherine Pomiecko, Natick, Massachusetts

THIRD PLACE: "The Great British Faking Show"
Karen Russell, Arlington, Massachusetts

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"A Connected Yankee in Queen Elizabeth's Court"
Francis Monaghan, Wilmington, Delaware

"You're OK, I'm U.K."
Douglas Fields, Katy, Texas

"The Queen and I"
Morris Kutner, Lakeland, Florida

"True Brit"
Suzanne Brooks, Quechee, Vermont

"From New Yawk to Duke of York"
Joyce Henklein, Saranac Lake, New York

"From Here to Aristocracy"
Saul Davis, Pittsburgh

"West Side Tory"
Steven Matthys, Redlands, California

"The Road Left-Traveled"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont

"I Laid Back and Thought of England"
Paul Barstow, Rancho Palos Verde, California

"The American Revelation"
Sarah Peters, Fort Bragg, California

"Lonesome Guv"
Eric Spore, San Diego, California

"Fool Britannia"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas