It appears all our dreams are finally coming true. 12 years since Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert first shimmied in wearing matching Santa outfits as the lip-gloss slathered 'Plastics,' we have hoped and prayed for a Mean Girls sequel.
And although sadly we aren't getting a movie version any time soon, news on the block is that a stage adaptation is currently in the works. Spearheaded by none other than original film screenwriter Tina Fey, the project is likely to resemble a super-fun Broadway style.
Speaking to 'Watch What Happens Live,' Fey said:
“We haven’t finished it yet, but it’s close — yes, pretty close.”
Although we don't have many details yet, she did also mention that in case you were wondering, Cady's love of Ladysmith Black Mambazo will definitely feature amongst the musical numbers.
As for the original cast, they definitely won't be returning and Fey has no intention of asking them to. And let's be real that's probably a good idea, considering they're well into their 20s and 30s now and it's unlikely that any of them can pass as teenage girls anymore.
So, when will we be able to set our eyes on this Mean Girls extravaganza? Well, Fey is keeping quiet about it all — though she did joke that it would probably come into fruition in 2027.
For the sake of our sanity, let's just all hope it doesn't take that long! Because, like, that would be totally against the rules of feminism.
Would you go and see the 'Mean Girls' musical?