Look who is back! Australian comic actor Chris Lilley is bringing popular "Summer Heights High" character Ja'mie King back for a new comedy series "Ja'mie: Private School Girl."
The show which is slated to be aired on television later this year will show the teenage girl Ja'mie in her final few weeks at Hillford Girls Grammar School after she left the Summer Heights High.
Australian comic actor Chris Lilley is bringing popular “Summer Heights High” character Ja’mie King back for a new comedy series “Ja’mie: Private School Girl.”
Lilley, who will also be writing the series, is really excited to work as a teen girl again at the age of 38! "I find teenage girls endlessly funny. So being able to write for and play the meanest bitch in school has been so fun," Lilley told Perth Now.
"I can't wait to show everyone what Ja'mie's been up to," the multi-talented actor added.
A trailer for the show shows the teen star Ja'mie flicking her hair towards the camera while walking away with a gang of other girls.
See - Ja'mie: Private School Girl: Sneak Peek
Source: Youtube.com/Ja'mie: Private School Girl
In the earlier series, Lilley's character Ja'mie King is extremely friendly teenager who has the most popular girls at Summer Heights High as her friends.
Ja'mie's fans are equally excited to see her back and have been sending congratulatory messages to the actor on Twitter.
"AMAZING! @pedestriandaily: The bitch is back. @ChrisLilley reprises Ja'mie "I'm Fucking Hot" King for new ABC series," said one of the fans @DoctorChristian
"@ReeceShearsmith: @ChrisLilley Can't wait to see Ja'mie King in her own environment. OMG!" omfg," writes another fan of the character on Twitter.
"So @ChrisLilley is doing a new series with Jai'mie! You must see Summer Heights High if you haven't. Hilarious & surprisingly emotional," writes @kumlain
The six-part half hour series will reportedly air on HBO in the America and BBC Three in the Britain. In the show, Ja'mie is expected to use social media including Instagram, Twitter and Skype to her benefit.
Lilly shared the picture of this "meanest girl" character on Twitter. "Goodnight from this bitch. Can't wait for you to see the show," he wrote on Twitter.
The 38-year-old comedian was last seen in "Angry Boys" in 2011 in Britain that showed him play a character of troubled youngsters. Are you keen to see Ja'mie again?
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