Credit: Getty Images Entertainment Photo: Carly Rae Jepsen at the 2012 American Music Awards

It’s official: Carly Rae Jepsen is making her Broadway debut starring in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella — and hopefully, Prince Charming will call her (maybe?) before she turns into a pumpkin.

On Sunday, Carly Rae took to Instagram to announce the news that she will be replacing the original Tony-nominated Cinderella, Laura Osnes, after a one-year run on February 4.

“Broadway has been a dream of mine since I was a little girl and I look forward to working with this incredibly talented cast to tell this classic tale,” Carly Rae told The Hollywood Reporter.

Fran Drescher will also be joining the cast as the Cinderella’s wicked stepmother — which will be a little different from the last time we saw her as a not-so-wicked stepmother in The Nanny, huh?

Carly Rae is no stranger to the stage — as a teen, she starred in high school productions like Annie, Grease, and The Wiz before attending the Canadian College of Performing Arts. And for her, taking on the role of Cinderella is personal: she can totally relate.

“It’s so hopeful and inspiring,” Carly Rae, who will be donning Cinderella’s glass slippers for 12 weeks, told The New York Times. “I’ve always been one to believe in the impossible, so I relate to her character completely.”

Later Sunday night, Carly tweeted the original Cinderella to tell her how honored she is to pick up where she left off.

“I think you are truly lovely,” she said to Laura. “Big shoes to fill! It’s an honor to try on the Cindy shoes!”

Source: Instagram, The Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times