You Can Now Download and Stream the Soundtrack from Broadway’s “Mean Girls”

Perfect news if you can’t get the songs out of your head — or haven’t been able to score tickets to the show yet!

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MEAN GIRLS on Broadway featuring Erika Henningsen, Taylor Louderman, Ashley Park, Kate Rockwell, Barrett Wilbert Weed, Grey Henson, Kerry Butler, Kyle Selig, Cheech Manohar, Rick Younger. Photo via Joan Marcus

Have you had a chance to go see Broadway‘s smash hit musical production of Mean Girls yet? The rumors are true: the story, the modern updates from the 2004 cult classic film, and the original songs are really that good. The show’s not nominated for twelve 2018 Tony Awards this season for nothing, after all!

If you’ve seen the show, you’ve likely not stopped singing tracks like “Meet the Plastics,” “What’s Wrong With Me?” and “I’d Rather Be Me,” since you first sat down in your theater seats. But if you aren’t NYC-based, you may be wondering what all the buzz is about. Either way, you are about to be able to take a little piece of the show’s history home with you… or drop it on your playlist rotation, anyway.

Because now, you can shop, stream, download, and obsess over the original cast recording of the show’s musical numbers, across Amazon and Apple Music. How exciting is that?!

Make sure to check out the Mean Girls soundtrack on your favorite digital platform, and leave us your reactions below.

Written by Kristine Hope Kowalski

Kristine is a writer and celebrity entertainment news journalist with a specific obsession with Nickelodeon + Disney Channel shows, boy bands, K-Pop, Broadway, and international series dramas. If she's not writing or tucked away in a good book, she is most likely traveling the world and spamming her friends' Instagram feeds with photos from her adventures. Kristine has a BA in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University (2011), and an MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Social Thought from NYU (2013). She is currently pursuing her second Master's in Journalism at Harvard.