Jane the Virgin Season 2 Books Kesha as Rocker Next Door

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It appears we have a theme attaching itself to Jane the Virgin Season 2

Whether it's a concerted (pun intended) effort or not, we'll be a little bit surprised if Jane isn't serenaded at least once during the season. Why? Because yet another singing sensation is taking up residence on the sophomore CW hit.

Kesha will play a rocker named Annabelle who moves in next door to Jane. She's not exactly a baby person, so that could cause bit of a commotion. She'll be appearing in Jane the Virgin Season 1 Episode 2.


Showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman said, "We are so thrilled Kesha will be appearing on Jane! We are all huge fans of hers, and we are so excited to welcome her to the Jane The Virgin family."

Kesha is joining another well-known musical star who will turn up Jane the Virgin, as it was previously announced Britney Spears will be appearing as herself, and the arch nemesis of Rogelio, to bring to life their long-standing feud.

Excited about these casting additions? Make sure you're all caught up for the premiere on Oct. 12 when you watch Jane the Virgin online right here at TV Fanatic!

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Jane the Virgin Quotes

In English, in honor of today, I am overwhelmed by the love and support in this room. As I studied for my citizenship exam, I learned about 'E pluribus unum," "out of many, one." It is said that it originated by the famous Roman writer Cicero about family and friends. When each person loves the other, as much as herself, it makes one out of many. And as I look around this room, I understand what he meant. Out of many, one. You are all part of my journey. I spent so many years, worrying about being separated from all of you. And I am so grateful that I will never have to worry about that again.


My parents are here today, not because they are meant to be, but because they chose each other. And in the face of a million obstacles, they chose each other. When it seemed like they should give up, they chose each other. And they keep choosing each other in the face of every single twist and turn life brings them. Every single day. And that is not destiny. That is not fate. That's commitment. For richer or poorer. In sickness and in health. Through stormy days and sunny skies. They have earned their happy ending.