Art is about to imitate life for one of Seattle’s most infamously polarizing starlets, DonnaTella Howe. The drag queen has signed on for a recurring role on NBC’s second season of The Blacklist, the network announced today. She joins a growing list of guest stars, to include Paul Reubens, Mary-Louise Parker, and Krysten Ritter.
“My spot on the show has been in the works ever since the original Blacklisting,” Miss Howe said in a press release on her now defunct Facebook page. “But, now that Facebook is on a witch hunt against people that don’t prefer to use their legal name, they felt it was fitting to work the storyline into their new season.”
Cherry Sur Bete, Isabella Extynn-St James, and Cuntella Von Tease have also been rumored to appear on the show as protagonists against a big corporation like Facebook that is trying block out anonymous name-usage. Mark Zuckerberg will portray his douchey self in the villainous character role coming after: performers, burly-girls, transgender citizens, and Native Americans that are supporting Olivia LaGarce’s change.org campaign, which has grabbed over 3,000 supporters.
Season 2 of The Blacklist premieres Monday, September 22nd on NBC.