In the video, Julianne Hough, who plays Sandy, appears in front of a row of lockers at Rydell High, dressed in the sexy signature black ensemble that Olivia Newton-John made famous in the 1978 classic musical romantic comedy. Next, we see Aaron Tveit as Danny, looking dapper as ever in jeans and his T-bird leather jacket.
The rest of the cast joins in, each performing the "hand jive," one of the most iconic dances and songs from the film. Pop star Carly Rae Jepsen stuns as beauty school dropout Frenchy, perfectly sporting the character's accidental orange toned hair, while High School Musical's Vanessa Hudgens sasses it up in the video as the beloved Rizzo.
Also starring in the production are Scream Queens actress Keke Palmer as Marty; You're the Worst's Kether Donohue as Jan; The Troop actor David Del Rio as Putzie; and Big Time Rush's Carlos PenaVega as Kenickie. These four are no strangers to each other, as they've previously worked together. Palmer and PenaVega both got their start on Nickelodeon, while Donohue and Del Rio had roles in Pitch Perfect. They really do go together like ramma lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong!
By the looks of what they've been sharing on their social media accounts, the cast is just as excited as those of us at home. Hudgens took to Twitter to repost a photo of herself with Hough and Tveit, writing, "Oh hey riz. So excited for Grease Live!!!!!! #RizzosBackBitches #GreaseLive."
"Guys!!! This is a FIRST LOOK," PenaVega wrote. "This photo has not been released and I'm super excited to share this with you all!! Here's me as Kenickie! Don't miss #GreaseLive Sunday, January 31 on FOX!"
"Ya'll better GET those hands ready," Tveit shared, with a link to the teaser.
Back In January, Hough said in a press release that playing the role of Sandy is something she has always dreamed of. "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 revealed. "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."
While we patiently wait for the musical to air live on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016 at 7 p.m., with an opening performance of "Grease (Is the Word)" by pop powerhouse Jessie J, watch the video below to see Newton-John take ET's Grease pop quiz.