The new Dirty Dancing cast is here to remind you that nobody puts Baby in a corner.

Fans of the 1987 classic have something to look forward to because Dirty Dancing is coming back May 24 to ABC. The original flick will be remade into a three-hour TV musical based in the 1960s. The star-studded cast is led by Abigail Breslin and Colt Prattes in the roles of Frances "Baby" Houseman and Johnny Castle respectively.

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Plus, the movie is bringing back fan-favorite songs like "Time of My Life," "Love Man," "Do You Love Me," "Hungry Eyes," and "She’s Like the Wind."

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Abigail admitted that nailing the dance scenes in the movie was the most challenging part of the role.

"I was like, 'Ugh, I want to be like Baby. I want to dance like that. But I’m the most uncoordinated human being on the face of the Earth, so it didn’t seem like a likely scenario for me," she told Entertainment Tonight. "I was terrified. I could, like, feel my heart racing so much. And then when I was up there and we held it, I was just like, ‘Ahhh! I did it. I’m here.'”

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Sarah Hyland — who plays her big sister in the film — added: "I wanted to cry. When I saw Abby do the lift for the first time… I've known Abby since she was one, I was six. To see her conquer something like that is really amazing because I really do feel like a big sister to her, in real life as well as the film."

How sweet — we can't wait to watch!

Click through the gallery below to see Dirty Dancing remake vs. original characters!