Mean Girls The Musical has finally been given a launch date!

The stage adaptation of the hit 2004 comedy will have its world premiere in Washington, D.C. in the fall of 2017.

The announcement was made by the musical’s official twitter, who appropriately chose October 3rd, ‘National Mean Girls Day’, to break the big news.

Tina Fey, who wrote the movie’s screenplay, has been working on the musical with composer husband Jeff Richmond and lyricist Nell Benjamin.

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Song titles already released include, ‘She Doesn't Even Go Here’, ‘You Can't Sit With Us’, and ‘On Wednesdays We Wear Pink’. Of course the show will also include a rendition of ‘Jingle Bell Rock’.

In April Tina Fey, who also writes ‘The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, said: "We're working on the musical adaptation, and thanks to Ellie Kemper's pregnancy, we have this whole summer to work on it.”

When asked if the plot would be updated, to take in current trends such as social media, Fey added: "The thing about social media is that it doesn't dramatize well,

"It's been a question of like, 'Yeah, do you take out things that are outdated like three-way calling and stuff?’"

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Yesterday fans and even Mean Girls cast members celebrated the film on social media, on the day that’s become known as ‘National Mean Girls Day’. 

Lindsay Lohan marked the day by sharing a screenshot of a conversation between her and a friend who had messaged the actress to ask, ‘What day is it?’