6 Ways Your Inner Teenager Is Totally Freaking Out About The Upcoming 'Freaky Friday' Musical

You can just call me your fairy godmother because I'm about to make your day a whole lot more magical: Word on the street is that the beloved early 2000's classic (which was based on the 1976 classic of the same name), Freaky Friday, is about to be made into a musical... sort of. Yes, you heard me correctly, the version of the movie starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan is being brought back to life on the stage — that is the sound of all your dreams coming true. According to Playbill.com, there's going to be a developmental lab for the musical beginning at the tail end of March, which means the show is happening, and you've only got about a month and a half to prep yourself for the auditions.

Just when you thought you were as #blessed as one day would allow, it turns out that in addition to reviving the iconic movie and in essence, our adolescence, they've pulled out some other big guns. Reports reveal that the music for the play will certainly be in good hands, "Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions, the new musical features music by Tom Kitt and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, the Tony-winning composers of Next to Normal and If/Then, with a book by Bridget Carpenter. Christopher Ashley directs."

So, now that we don't have to fret over whether or not the story will get its due diligence, because obviously it will with those big names involved, we can focus on the most important aspect of this news: Our major freak out over the whole thing. Here are all the ways your teen soul is most definitely rejoicing over the news:

Initial, unbridled jubilation

2003 is NOT dead. We are ALL 12 again.

Mass hysteria brought on by informing your childhood friends of the news

Can you say an all day Lindsay Lohan movie rewatch?!

Hitching a ride on a wave of Chad Michael Murray nostalgia

He has three names because he's three times as hot.

Taking a cue from the story and denouncing your adult responsibilities

Work in the morning? How about no.

If Jamie Lee Curtis can do it, why can't we?

Partaking in an appropriate Pandora Radio 90's and 2000's pop song jam out

Will the musical consists STRICTLY of Britney Spears covers? ONE CAN ONLY HOPE.

Followed up by a crippling internal struggle over how you're life has changed since the movie's premiere. Because you're an adult now and what even is happiness?

You do. You really do. But let's not try to ruin this for ourselves because it's actually awesome news.

For once.

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