'OITNB' Star Ruby Rose With McLaren Formula One Drivers Heikki Kovalainen, Lewis Hamilton
McLaren Formula One drivers Heikki Kovalainen (L) of Finland and Lewis Hamilton (R) of Britain joke with Australian entertainment personality Ruby Rose after a pit stop practice session at the Australian F1 Grand Prix in Melbourne March 28, 2009. Reuters/Daniel Munoz

Ruby Rose is set to appear on the upcoming season of “Orange is the New Black.” The Australian model has announced she will be playing a part in the award-winning U.S. series.

“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 one of the Magazines fresh faces on TV to watch in 2015,” (sic) Rose, 28, wrote on her Facebook page.

According to the magazine, Rose will be playing the “lust object of both Piper and Alex” when the third season of the show returns in June. Piper, the main character, is played by Taylor Schilling, while Alex is played by Laura Prepon.

The songstress/VJ will be portraying “an intimate at Litchfield Federal Correctional Institution whose sarcastic sense of humour and captivating looks quickly draw the attention of some of Litchfield’s inmates,” Netflix confirmed to BuzzFeed Rose’s role. It did not confirm the magazine’s claim that Rose will be romantically involved with Piper and Alex.

This isn’t Rose’s first acting gig. In 2013, she starred in the Australian drama film “Around the Block” alongside Christina Ricci, Jack Thompson and Damian Walshe-Howling.

Identifying herself as genderfluid, she released a short film about gender roles in July. The film follows the physical transition of a woman into a man.

“Whether straight, gay, bi, trans … body image and identity can be a struggle for us all,” Rose told News Corp Australia in July after earning praises from fans for the film. “This video was made to challenge that status quo.”

She added, “I am very gender fluid and feel more like I wake up every day sort of gender neutral. I cop a fair bit of flack for going from ‘such a babe to such a boy.’ I wanted to share (that) story.”