We're not so sure how to feel about this...
Nooo!!! A fire just put baby's hotel in a corner!!!
You know that Catskills resort Frances Houseman's family stayed at in Dirty Dancing??
Well that was inspired by New York City's Brown's Hotel. And that hotel, now a condominium complex, just went up in flames!! Sad!!
300 firefighters struggled to fight the fire, but seven out of nine buildings were ultimately burned to the ground. Boo!!!
Luckily no one was killed and at least some of it's left standing… but still! This is such a bummer because we really wanted to stay there sometime!!
This makes us wanna dance like crazy!
Say hello to Oh My, our favorite new alterna dance girl duo from the UK!
They're wicked cool! And their song Dirty Dancer is wicked fun!
Check out the bangin beats and catchy lyrics (above)!
P.S. Shout out to Patrick Swayze!!!!
What a beautiful way to remember him. Whenever we think on Patrick Swayze, we always remember him as the sexy Johnny Castle standing tall and dancing sultry to the music with Jennifer Grey. Such a legacy.
Yesterday, his wife Lisa Niemi was on hand to unveil the wax figure of her husband at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, depicting him in a pivotal scene in Dirty Dancing.
Very sweet. Now, hold long before someone tries to do a lift with it. LOL.
[Image via Abaca USA.]
Ever since we heard about that failed sequel in 2008, we KNEW something like this was coming!
The new Point Break will be released by Warner Bros, and it's getting fast tracked, so we can expect to hear a lot more about this soon.
Here's what Alcon co-founders/co-CEOs Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove had to say about the new movie:
It isn't fairing so well on the West End, but maybe there's a place for it on The Great White Way.
It's been decided that GHOST: The Musical will be coming to Broadway this spring. Curtains will rise on the musical in April of next year, at one of the Nederlander Theaters, though one has not been chosen yet. The production currently stars Richard Fleeshman and Caissie Levy as the romantic leads who hold onto their love even in death, however, it is uncertain whether they will follow the show to New York.
It sounds kind of hokey to us, but some people might like.
Think U might? To refresh your memory, CLICK HERE to see the trailer for the West End version.
Kenny Ortega is fully aware of the hate spewed his way, but he's ready for the challenge that lies ahead as he directs the remake of Dirty Dancing.
The beloved 80s film is a classic. Everyone knows 'nobody puts baby in a corner.'
But some people thinking remaking such a classic is doing just that.
However, the director assures us he doesn't want to cause any disrespect, stating: