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Prince Royce

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We can already hear the cheers from the #Roycenaticas!

Prince Royce is coming to Hulu, as he joins the cast of East Los High for the series' fourth season, Variety reports.

The series revolves around a group of Latino teens growing up in East Los Angeles. There are plenty of love triangles, real life issues and dancing.

Royce is set to play Vincent, who is the successful and hot coach of the Jefferson Park dance crew, which is the Bomb Squad's main competitor. According to Variety, the singer will be "tempting the desires of Ceci (Danielle Vega)," the East Los High coach.

This isn't the only acting that you'll be seeing the Bronx native in. He's also starring in Fox's live musical event The Passion, along with Jencarlos Canela, Trisha Yearwood and Tyler Perry.

The multi-platinum recording artist scored success again in 2015, when he released the bilingual music video for "Back It Up" featuring Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull. The video currently has 170 million views on YouTube.

East Los High, which is the first English-language show with all-Latino actors, creators and writers, stars Gabriel Chavarria, Danielle Vega, Alicia Sixtos and Vannessa Vasquez. Singer and actress Christina Milian made an appearance in season three.

You can catch Prince Royce making his debut on the series, which is set to premiere this summer.

Did someone say dancing? Watch Jennifer Lopez twerk it out on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in the clip below.