Drake Is Margaret Atwood’s Top Choice for a *Handmaid’s Tale* Cameo

Drake hasn’t finished many radio behaving given his days on Degrassi: The Next Generation, though during slightest one successful chairman would like to see that change.

In a new interview between The Handmaid’s Tale author and Canadian inhabitant value Margaret Atwood and Junot Díaz in a Boston Review, Atwood confessed that there’s a really special countryman she’d like to see in a cameo purpose when a play earnings to Hulu for a second season: Drake. The seed was planted by some chaff common between a dual literary titans about how a array is being perceived in Atwood’s home country, many particularly in Toronto.

“And so it was engaging for me, we spent like 4 days in Toronto articulate to a whole garland of smart, splendid immature folks. Kind of a new face of Toronto in some ways,” Díaz explained. “And it seems like now Toronto — and we could contend by prolongation Canada — has dual tellurian superstars: Margaret Atwood and Drake.” Díaz afterwards proceeded to ask Atwood if she has ever been graced by a participation of Champagne Papi himself.

“I haven’t met Drake, though we have, of course, met people who have met Drake,” she responded. “But we have to comprehend how o-l-d we am. I’m not expected to go to a same parties. Or many parties during all, to be frank…. Wouldn’t it be fun for him to have a cameo in deteriorate dual of The Handmaid’s Tale?Yes, a common star screamed back, yes it would be.

“There we have it,” Atwood continued. “You’ve given me a new idea. Drake in The Handmaid’s Tale! I’ll dump that idea into a ear of Bruce Miller, a showrunner, and see what he can do with that, since of march a uncover is filmed in Toronto. Maybe Drake could assistance filch someone?” Blessed be a fruit.

In a behaving realm, Drake is maybe many tangible as Jimmy Brooks in a seminal Canadian array Degrassi, and he indeed amassed utterly a few Canadian radio credits to his name before creation it large as a rapper. (Not to mention, he’s also hosted Saturday Night Live dual times.)

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