Jenji Kendall, who is one of the most sought-after TV celebrities in the world, will be making her television debut in Season 3 of “The Bachelor.”
Jenji’s casting is part of the ABC Family brand, and she will play the part of a hot-headed, fiery, and hot-tempered woman.
“Orange Is The New Black” actress Jenjian Kendall, whose latest season will premiere on Feb. 18, 2017, is coming to ABC Family.
(ABC Family)Jenji Kendall was the first openly transgender person to star in a reality TV show, appearing in the series “The Biggest Loser” and “Dancing With the Stars.”
She then appeared on “The Bachelorette,” a reality show on CBS that features a number of women.
She won the season for the show’s first season.
The new season of “Orange is the New, Black” will premiere Feb. 22 on ABC Family, and Jenji will be starring in a new episode of the show.
“Orange is a show about life,” she said.
“I’m a lot more open and I’m more open to having other people see who I am and how I can live my life and be a person.
I don’t want to be a role model for a lot of people.
So I’m just going to do my best to be myself and show the world who I really am and what it means to be who you are and who you want to become.”
The ABC Family channel is the flagship network of the Disney Channel.
Its original series include “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” “House of Lies,” “Honey Boo Boo,” “Dirty Jobs,” “Million Dollar Listing,” “Scandal,” “Shark Tank,” “American Idol,” “Totally Biased” and more.
The channel has been in the news recently after a number from the “Orange House” reality show went viral and garnered more than two million views.
Jenji Kohn is the first transgender person ever to appear in a series of reality TV series.
The actress, who has appeared in numerous films, television series, movies and commercials, was born a woman in 1974 in Westport, Connecticut.
Her last name is derived from the word “jenji,” meaning “a small, feminine child.”
In 2007, the actress made headlines after the media reported that she had undergone gender reassignment surgery.
Jenji later released a statement to Entertainment Weekly saying that she has been diagnosed with gender dysphoria, a mental disorder that causes people to identify with the opposite gender.