This is the high school reunion we’ve been waiting for.
Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta appeared as the characters from their classic 1978 film “Grease” on Friday night.
The Sandy Olsson (Newton-John) and Danny Zuko (Travolta) reunion was part of a special sing-along of the movie, followed by a Q&A session at the Coral Sky Ampitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The reunion was the first time the film’s two stars came together in-costume since the movie was made more than 40 years ago, Newton-John said in her caption of a photo of the co-stars arriving to the event.
Newton-John was on the scene in Sandy’s signature girl-next-door look, wearing a yellow cardigan, matching skirt and white shirt underneath.
Travolta looked as greaser as ever, donning a classic leather jacket and a swooshing slick-haired look that will make you wonder if you woke up in California in 1959.
Travolta also shared the photo of the two, along with videos from the event. The clips included Travolta looking out at the singing crowd, a clip of him and Newton-John walking out onto the stage, and more.
“#Grease is still the word,” he captioned his post.
This isn’t the first time the film’s fits have gotten recent attention.
Newton-John recently auctioned off the bad-girl transformation outfit that Sandy wore at the end of the film.
Back in November, Sandy’s skintight satin pants were won by Spanx founder Sara Blakely for $162,500. The shapewear CEO called the pants “the O.G. of black leggings,” and said she would display the sartorial piece of film history in the Spanx offices.
Earlier in December, an anonymous media tech entrepreneur returned the iconic jacket Sandy wore at the end of the film, after winning it in the auction last month for $243,000.
"This jacket belongs to you and the collective soul of those who love you, those for whom you are the soundtrack of their lives. It should not sit in a billionaire's closet for country club bragging rights," the anonymous buyer said in a video.
"For this reason I humbly and respectfully return it to its rightful owner, which is you."
The jacket and pants were two of more than 500 items that Newton-John put up for auction to raise money for her Cancer Wellness and Research Centre in Australia.
The anonymous buyer wished the actress – who revealed that she’s battling breast cancer for a third time – a “Godspeed for a quick recovery.”