Litchfield prison is bound to get hotter. I know you miss “Orange is the New Black” and to make you excited for the upcoming season on Netflix I have some amazing news for you. To find out, read more below:
Netflix has just recently announced that they have cast a major role – a romantic rival for two main characters. Australian model/actress/DJ Ruby Rose will play the role of Stella Carlin. Haven’t seen her before? Well, you should Google her now because she’s just sizzling hot and with her presence in prison – things are going to be steamier than ever. With her dazzling looks, it will definitely catch an attention not only by one, but maybe two or even more!
According to Rose’s interview in Elle Magazine, she also announced that she will be starring in “Orange is the New Black” Season 3 that she will be the apple of Piper’s eye, in a lustful way, though as well as Alex’s. She also posted on her Facebook account, “Grab yourself a copy of U.S ELLE MAGAZINE and read about my new role on a small unheard of series called ‘Orange is The New Black’ (insert sarcasm). Haha. I am very excited and honored to be named of the Magazine’s fresh faces on TV to watch in 2015,” she said.
Looks like Rose got a good break and she’s definitely someone to watch out for this 2015. Let “Orange is The New Black” be her starting point and this gives her huge possibilities to go places!
More details about the show are still being kept under wraps, but we will definitely let you know right away if something comes up. So far, we have Lori Pretty who will play quite a huge role next season and then there’s also Blair Brown’s appearance. We’ll also have Mike Birbiglia and Mary Steenburgen who will play Pornstache’s mother.
What do you think of Rose being cast as a main character in the show? Let us know by posting your comments below!
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