What’s the word? “Grease” is always the word.
This is not a dream: “Grease” fans can sing along with their big screen idols in Florida, starting Dec. 13.
We’re of course talking about John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.
Travolta Instagrammed the happy news along with the poster pic of the two Hollywood legends, inviting fans to join the two for a “Meet ‘n’ Grease” Movie sing-a-long.
The stars of the 1978 cult classic will partake in a 5 p.m. VIP meet and greet as well as a Q&A for the audience after the 8 p.m. screening.
The three night event hits Coral Sky Amphitheatre near West Palm Beach on Dec. 13; MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa on Dec. 14 and Daily’s Place in Jacksonville on Dec. 15.
“Dress up, sing-a-long with the film, and join Olivia and I for a special Q&A,” reads the 65-year-old actor’s caption. “Hope to see you there!”
Newton-John and Travolta, aka Sandy and Danny, will also take part in a Q&A after the 8 p.m. movie.
The Australian singer/actress is currently dealing with a recurrence of breast cancer for the third time. In September, she told “CBS This Morning” that she was still loving life and doing OK.
“I’m lucky. I’m grateful. I have much to live for. And I intend to keep on living it.”
As for the “Grease” reunion, the 71-year-old said in a statement that she was “excited.”
“The film finds a new generation of fans each year and now 41 years later it will be great to have the chance to meet some of them in person!”
The musical “Grease,” a love story between the new girl and a rebel at a 1950s high school, was first performed in 1971 at a since closed nightclub in Chicago. It moved to Broadway the following year. By the time that it closed in 1980, the show’s 3,388-performance run was the longest in Broadway history before “A Chorus Line.”
Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 25 starting at $39. Livenation.