Former actress/Fox News commentator Stacey Dash hasn’t worked in years, but rumor has it she just landed a spot on a new BET reality series.

The 55-year-old’s last acting gig was playing anti-abortion activist Mildred Fay Jefferson in 2020’s Roe V. Wade. The conservative propaganda film also featured Jon Voight, Joey Lawrence, Milo Yiannopoulos, and the My Pillow guy, and was a critical and commercial bomb.

“College Hill” originally aired on BET from 2004 to 2009 and chronicled the lives of students attending historically Black colleges and universities. According to the Houston Chronicle, the series is being rebooted. But instead of featuring actual students, the new season will feature celebrities, none of whom attended HBCUs, as they immerse themselves in college life, taking classes, and even participating in things like cheerleading and athletics.

Related: Stacey Dash says Fox News made her an “angry Black woman” and Trump killed her acting career

Among the rumored cast are at least two queer celebs–New Orleans’ music legend Big Freedia and bisexual rapper DreamDoll–plus NBA star Lamar Odom, Real Housewife NeNe Leakes, and hip hop singer Ray J, who have all reportedly been spotted by students at Texas Southern University.

Oh, and Dash. She’s also been seen trolling around campus. Ugh.

Dash, who has been divorced four times and arrested at least once, was a vocal Trump supporter and Fox News contributor from 2014 until 2016. During that time she made all kinds of inflammatory statements about LGBTQ people, including suggesting trans people pee “in the bushes” rather than use public restrooms and blaming Barack Obama for the Pulse massacre.

She was also accused of calling Russell Simmons’ daughter a “d*ke,” although Dash has denied this.

Related: Stacey Dash asks people to ‘support’ her ‘normal’ heterosexual marriage after domestic abuse arrest

Last October, she went on Dr. Oz’s show to blame her past bigotry on a secret addiction to Vicodin, claiming she was taking “18 to 20 pills a day” at one point and, therefore, not herself.

“I lost everything,” she said, claiming to have blown through “about five to ten grand” a month on pills before adding, “I’m not homophobic. I’m not racist. I was just angry, and it benefited me.”

During the sit-down, Dash never actually uttered the words “I’m sorry” when talking about her past statements on LGBTQ people.

Since then, she has continued her little rebrand on social media. In addition to regularly professing her deep love of the lord, she recently took to TikTok to share a list of all the things she hates, which includes liars, intolerance, “fake people”, and the Devil.

@official.staceydash

Things I hate … #fyp #staceydash #emotional #ye #mentalhealth #idontfeelanything

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No word yet on when the rumored new season of “College Hill” might air.

Graham Gremore is the Features Editor and a Staff Writer at Queerty. Follow him on Twitter @grahamgremore.

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