Tina Fey has announced the musical adaptation of Mean Girls is being made into a movie, while the stage version is crossing the pond to London.
Here’s a rundown of who you can expect to see take to the stage at the Oscars on February 24th.
This year’s show doesn’t have a host, so it’s likely to have even more celebs on stage than usual.
It’s been rumoured for while that the Broadway production of Mean Girls is looking to move over to the West End, and now there are more hints it could happen in 2019.
Having opened on Broadway at the weekend, speculation the Mean Girls musical will cross the pond and open in London is now rife.
And the show’s producer Sonia Freedman has said it could happen.
It’s less than a week until the 71st Tony Awards in New York.
The annual event, this year hosted by Kevin Spacey, honours the best in theatre.
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In book news, we’re talking about Jamie Lee Curtis’s anti-selfie book, Michael Stipe’s photo book and Kevin Hart’s tale of life lessons.
Loads of old Downton Abbey stars are joining forces once again for a new film called The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Plus, Brie Larson is playing the first women to run for US President (not Hillary), but Amy Schumer’s dropped out of the Barbie movie.
A former Loose Woman is heading to the stage on London, Jessie Wallace is starring in a new stage thriller, and the Mean Girls musical will premiere in Washington DC.
And Carey Mulligan’s returning to TV for the BBC and Rob Lowe and his sons are on the hunt for the unexplained…
This year’s Primetime Emmy Awards take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on September 18.
Jimmy Kimmel hosts with the following due to present:
It’s finally here, after months of talking about it, tonight is the 88th Academy Awards.
Chris Rock is back as host – fun fact, he forgot his underwear when he arrived at the Dolby Theater and had to send a lackey out to pick him some up.
Want to know which celebs will be joining host Chris Rock on stage at this year’s Oscars?
Here’s the latest confirmed list…
Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, Jane Krakowski, Titus Burgess and Maya Rudolph will help pay tribute to SNL creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels in New York next month.