Hot Girl Summer is officially over. However, before you get too upset, Megan Thee Stallion has just announced the arrival of our next spicy season in a hilarious new video with Jimmy Fallon. Everyone, welcome to "Hot Girl Fall." Watch above.

"Ladies, listen up. We had our Hot Girl Summer and woo, did we kill it. But now it's getting a little chilly outside," Megan announces in the video's introduction. "Well, I'm here to tell you that the weather may be getting cooler. But we're just heating up."

She then launches into an extensive list of the things that makes the new season is so great. Pumpkin beer, chunky sweaters, hay rides, mad pies, and turtle necks are just some of the things we have to be excited about.

The three-minute clip features verses from Fallon and Black Thought. Discover more about Hot Girl Fall above.

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