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The singer confirmed on Twitter that she's scored a role on The CW show's second season

By Christina Dugan
Updated August 11, 2015 06:15 PM
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Britney Spears is coming back to TV!

The singer confirmed Tuesday that she will be guest-starring in the upcoming season of The CW’s Jane the Virgin.

“See u at the Marbella Hotel soon, @hereisgina @jaimecamil! Guest starring on one of my favorite shows EVER @CWJaneTheVirgin #DreamComeTrue,” Spears Tweeted at stars Gina Rodriguez and Jaime Camil.

Golden Globe winner Rodriguez, 31, didn’t miss a beat, Tweeting back to her costar-to-be: “Literally fell out my chair @britneyspears I can not wait to work with you beauty! I’m covered in goosebumps. This is unreal!!!”

Camil also Tweeted, calling Spears’ upcoming appearance “a great honor,” and Rodriguez’s on-screen leading man Justin Baldoni wrote on Twitter: “Welcome to the Show @britneyspears!! Please don’t be weirded out when you see my #hitmebabyonemoretime poster ;)”

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Though Spears, 33, has appeared on multiple television series before, including ( How I Met your Mother in 2008 and Will & Grace in 2006), her appearance in Jane the Virgin might be extra special for her – the pop singer has openly expressed that the CW series is one of her favorite shows on television.

“I get really into Jane the Virgin,” Spears previously told PEOPLE. “It’s fun.”

Showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman told PEOPLE during a Television Critics Association panel on Tuesday: “We’re really excited. We have a backstory, it turns out she is a real nemesis of Rogelio’s, but the sort of quality of their attraction is a little bit in dispute between what Rogelio thinks and what Britney thinks.”

Added Urman, “When we found out she was a fan, we said, ‘Would you please, please be on the show?’ Happily she said yes.”

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Jane the Virgin

returns Oct. 12 to The CW.