Attention scrabble players! Mattel, the company that produces the popular game, is changing the rules. It's allowing you to score points by spelling out proper nouns.
A spokesperson told the BBC it will add a new dimension to the game by allowing an element of pop culture, which could attract a new, younger generation of players.
"This could cause a power shift between the generations, with those possessing a keen knowledge of the top 40 singles' chart legitimately able to cite such high-scoring examples as singers N-Dubz (17 points) and Jay-Z (23 points)," the spokeswoman told the BBC.
It's the first time since the game was invented in 1938 that a rule has changed.
But Mattel says the old rules won't go away completely.