Who Is Kesha Playing On 'Jane The Virgin'? Annabelle Won't Be Making A Friendly First Impression
We may only be one episode into Jane the Virgin Season 2, but from the look of things so far, the series' sophomore year is gearing up to be its strongest season yet. Not only will we get to see Jane navigate her way through the joys (and horrors) of motherhood, but we also have a wide array of special celebrity cameos to look forward to as well — one of which kicks off in just a few hours! As many of you probably know by now, the legendary singer Kesha is set to guest star on Jane the Virgin during Monday night's episode, "Chapter Twenty-Four." What you may not know, however, is who exactly she'll be playing, but trust me when I say this is one performance of hers you aren't going to want to miss.
The singer will make her Jane the Virgin debut in the role of Annabelle, a "colorful musician" who moves in next door to Jane. But don't expect these two to necessarily hit it off or become best friends in any way, shape, or form. Why is that? Well, for being Jane's new neighbor, she won't exactly be the most neighborly person, especially due to the fact that her character is described as not being a "baby person." So now that little Mateo is around, something tells me this Annabelle lady isn't going to be too fond of his late night crying sessions. (Either that or maybe her late night jam sessions will constantly wake the baby from his slumber.)
Suffice to say, though, this should prove to be quite the interesting confrontation for our beloved Jane to face. On the one hand, this is a girl who is extremely kind and prefers to avoid any unnecessary confrontation. But on the other hand, she's now a mother and will undoubtedly be fierce when it comes to protecting her child from harm — and that includes his eardrums. So I'll be curious to see how this little next door neighbor problem ends up getting solved. Perhaps Jane will decide to submit a noise complaint to the police. (She just so happens to know one particular officer pretty well.) Then again, maybe the two of them will end up becoming fast friends once their grievances are aired.
As of now, Kesha is scheduled to appear in only one episode this season, so whatever ends up happening will have to be solved by the time the clock strikes 10 p.m. (TiK ToK, TiK ToK.) But that doesn't mean she couldn't show up again at some point in the future, especially if her character is well liked among viewers. I suppose we'll just have to wait and see how it all unfolds.