Francia Raisa is joining Tyra Banks in the "Life-Size" TV movie sequel.

Banks, 44, announced the news in an Instagram post Monday after starting production on "Life-Size 2." The sequel will air as a TV movie on Freeform.

"Now filming: LIFE SIZE 2," Banks captioned a photo with Raisa.

"It's time y'all! You've waited long enough. I'm so excited to announce who will star with Eve 2.0... the magnificently fierce @franciaraisa."

"See you on @freeform this holiday season! #LifeSize2 #ShineBrightShineFar," she added.

Raisa, 29, shared the same picture and an excited message on her own account.

"Cheesin so hard because I get to work with the amazing @tyrabanks on the sequel of one of my favorite childhood movies #lifesize2 #shinebrightshinefar #smizing," she wrote.

"Look out for it this holiday season on @freeform."

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Banks played Eve, a doll who comes to life, in the original "Life-Size," which co-starred Lindsay Lohan and aired on ABC and the Disney Channel in 2000.

Freeform confirmed plans for a sequel in a press release in April 2017.

Raisa is known for portraying Adrian Lee and "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and Ana Torres on "Grown-ish."

She notably donated a kidney to her best friend, singer and actress Selena Gomez.

Photo credit: Tyra Banks/Instagram