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Carly Rae Jepsen

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Carly Rae Jepsen is about to become a beauty school dropout—because she's joining Fox's live production of Grease in January. The singer will play Frenchy in Grease: Live, since putting out one of the best pop albums of 2015 apparently wasn't enough for the multi-talented artist.

But that's not the end of the good news: Fox has announced that Kether Donohue, a.k.a. the newly single trainwreck Lindsay on FXX's totally underrated and hilarious You're the Worst, has signed up to play Jepsen's fellow Pink Lady, Jan. They join Julianne Hough as Sandy, Vanessa Hudgens as Rizzo and Keke Palmer as Marty. [Insert overused-but-kind-of-necessary-in-this-case #squadgoals here.]

The T-Birds have added David Del Rio as Putzie, joining Aaron Tveit as Danny and Dancing  With the StarsCarlos PenaVega as Kenickie. (Wait, who's playing Sonny?)

Olivia Newton John, John Travolta, Grease

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Fox also announced that Jessie J is the new Barry Gibb (sort of), as the British songstress will open the performance with a new version of "Grease (Is the Word)," and Glee's Zach Woodlee has joined the production as choreographer. (RIP The Glee Project, we still miss you!)

"I'm thrilled and honored to be joining this incredibly talented team of actors in re-imagining this classic and beloved musical," Tveit said in a statement when his casting was announced. "Playing Danny Zuko is a dream role and I can't wait to be a part of all the fun that comes along with performing live on television."

Hough was similarly thrilled when her casting was revealed. "Grease is one of the movies that made me want to be an entertainer, and I have literally been waiting my whole life to play Sandy," she said in a statement at the time. "My siblings and I watched it and played it out over and over when we were kids. This is my dream role and performing it live on television will be one of the most thrilling opportunities I've had in my career so far."

Grease: Live is set to air on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016 at 7 p.m. on Fox.