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Janelle Monáe has been cast in the second series of Amazon Prime series 'Homecoming'

She's gonna take up the lead role.
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Published: 1:04 pm, July 24, 2019
Janelle Monáe has been cast in the second series of Amazon Prime series 'Homecoming'

Janelle Monáe has been cast in the second series of Amazon Prime series 'Homecoming'.

Helmed by Sam Esmail (Mr. Robot), it's reported she'll take over the leading role in the show, succeeding Julia Roberts who fronted up the first season.

According to reports, Monáe will play: “plays a tenacious woman who finds herself floating in a canoe, with no memory of how she got there.”

In an Instagram post, the star writes that she's "excited and ready for this wild ride".

Janelle Monáe released her most recent album 'Dirty Computer' last year.

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Excited and ready for this wild ride 🙏🏾🤘🏾#Homecoming

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