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When news broke of a “Supergirl” and “The Flash” musical crossover, the public was excited to hear that the Grant Gustin (Barry Allen), Melissa Benoist (Kara) and the rest of the cast would be showcasing their musical talents. Moreover, the executive producers have every intent to make use of their dancing talents as well.

IGN had the opportunity to speak with Todd Helbing, the executive producer of “The Flash.” Helbing spoke about the much awaited musical crossover episode, and even expressed his own excitement over the same.

“I'm just really excited, to be honest, to see how it all comes together,” he shared.

In particular, he mentioned how exhilarating it was to see Gustin sing karaoke in the first season, as well as Jesse L. Martin morphing into a lounge singer. He even mentioned how thrilling it was to watch Danielle Panabaker “not be able to sing.” And while vocal talents, or lack thereof, will definitely be the highlight of “The Flash” and “Supergirl” crossover, Helbing would like to add one more layer to the special episode.

“If we can get a dance sequence in there,” he shared, “I would love to do that.”

Helbing also confirmed that the musical episode has been in the works for quite some time. After all, with a cast that can sing as well as theirs can, it was only natural to put another one together. And with Benoist and her vocal range taking the lead for “Supergirl,” there is definitely potential to take the crossover to the next level. After all, Helbing has promised that the team is “really swinging for the fences.”

According to ComicBook.Com, the special crossover episode will air in the early weeks of 2017.

“The Flash” season 3 will debut on Oct. 4, while “Supergirl” will premiere on Oct. 10. Both shows will air on The CW for US audiences, and will air on Fox8 and Syfy, respectively, for Australian audiences.