Married couple Jared and Machel Green are having a baby.
The "huge Britney Spears fans," who already have a 3-year-old son named Noah, are expecting their second child, a girl, on Nov. 15.
Thanks to the epic Britney Spears-inspired musical montage they created to announce their pregnancy, the whole world can celebrate with them.
The five-minute montage incorporates original lyrics to remix five of the pop singer's hit singles, including, "Oops! I Did it Again," "Toxic," "I'm a Slave for You," in order to detail the first five months.
Month one starts off with a parody of "Oops! I did it Again," titled "Pregnant Again," where Machel finds out she is pregnant, ending with the famous lyric "I'm not that innocent." She even dons a red turtle neck to replicate the red latex getup Spears wears in the classic video.
The second month is all about the common cravings and morning sickness associated with pregnancy where the tune "Toxic" details the push and pull she experiences with her favorite pregnancy foods: hamburgers and fries.
She then remixes the single "I'm a Slave for You" to detail her battle with keeping her growing baby bump under wraps as she acts out avoiding friends in a supermarket. She sings: "I don't want you to know about the bun in my oven" and "I'm a-voiding you. I've got a secret too soon to spill it."
The video continues with a big "Reveal" along with a few lines being dropped by her husband.
Throughout the video, Machel even manages to pull off some of Britney's signature dance moves, including the the dance sequences from the "Slave" video.
The couple told E! News that they hope that their "little sweet pea" won't be too embarrassed by her parents shenanigans and that "she's probably not gonna wanna be seen with us in her teenage years!"
The two fans are ecstatic about welcoming their baby into the world saying: "My hubby Jerrad and I hope our kids grown up and find that their parents worked really hard, followed their own paths, weren't afraid to go after their dreams, were kind to others, and always found time to 'play.' Just because you're an adult doesn't mean you can't still play."
Hopefully their daughter inherits their sense of humor (and mom's dance moves).