Looks like Jaime Camil is all set to take on Broadway! The actor had his dream debut on Broadway 11 years ago in the play “Mambo Kings” that eventually got cancelled. But now, he has landed the role of a lifetime as the gallant Mr. Billy Flyn in the smash hit “Chicago.”

The actor made the heartfelt announcement through his Instagram, with a photo of his character poster. “Thank you for letting me be a part of your talented family @chicagomusical. It'll be an honor to share the stage with you all,” he wrote.

Camil is only set to take the stage for five weeks (unless it gets extended further), from May 31 to July 3, while he is substituting for actor Ryan Silverman.

Meanwhile, Camil will continue to play his character Rogelio on The CW show “Jane the Virgin,” as the network recently announced that it was renewing the dramedy series for a third season for the 2016-17 timeframe. 

The Mexican actor and his Puerto Rican co-star Gina Rodriguez, shared a nine-second dubmash with their followers on Twitter, which shows the two jamming out to Pharrell's contagious song, “Happy” after the joyous news.

Last November, Camil said that in an intent to bring more Latino talent to the show, he would love to invite many of his former co-stars, including none other than Alejandro “El Potrillo” Fernández. “Producers recently asked me: ‘who do you think would be able to participate in the series?’ And my first thought was Alejandro Fernández, of course, he is my brother and my friend. I would love ‘El Potrillo’ to join us, but we still don’t have an answer. The proposition, however, has been sent to the Universe so fingers crossed. Hopefully it works,” he said during a recent conference with the Mexican media.