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Topic - Jennifer Grey
An Alabama high school coach and teacher has been suspended from coaching football for 10 days and from teaching his psychology class for the rest of the year, because he was recorded by a student ranting against the first lady and homosexuals.
The army invading the United States in "Red Dawn," an ill-advised remake of the campy 1984 original, was changed in post-production from Chinese to North Korean. With a few snips here, a few re-dubs there, the filmmakers re-edited and re-shot, fearful of offending China and its increasingly important movie-going market.
Urkel, the Empress of Soul and one of the Green Bay Packers are waltzing onto "Dancing With the Stars."
"Dirty Dancing" is coming back to the big screen.
Let's look at some notable film family members.
"'Drugs' is the first word Charlie Sheen utters in his only scene from 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off,' a cinematic relic from 1986," writes Bret Easton Ellis at Daily Beast.
In the end, dancing skill triumphed over get-out-the-vote efforts on "Dancing With the Stars."
ABC says more than 26 million viewers saw Jennifer Grey win the mirror-ball trophy on "Dancing With the Stars."
A shadow political campaign or an "attagirl" for a struggling amateur? Bristol Palin's success on this season's "Dancing With the Stars" defies easy explanation.
Bristol Palin said she's leaving her "Dancing With the Stars" fate to the voters.
Bristol Palin had the bloggers and the buzz, but Jennifer Grey had the moves.
Jennifer Grey outscored her fellow "Dancing With the Stars" finalists Monday in their last bid for viewer votes, finishing with a perfect score.
Jennifer Grey is leading the way toward the "Dancing With the Stars" crown.
Is a voting bloc of Sarah Palin supporters enough to give daughter Bristol the mirrorball trophy on "Dancing With the Stars"? Or will Jennifer Grey's perfect score land her the win?
Is a voting bloc of Sarah Palin supporters enough to give daughter Bristol the mirrorball trophy on "Dancing With the Stars"? Will Jennifer Grey's perfect score and superior dance skills land her the win? And how will voting issues at ABC Monday night affect the outcome? The network said Tuesday that "a record amount of activity" overloaded its online and telephone voting systems after Monday's show.
"I think it's bad juju," she said after earning a perfect 60 points on Monday's episode.
This is not fair, critics say, because Miss Palin can't dance as well as, say, Miss Grey, the "Dirty Dancing" movie star.