Jennifer Aniston‘s new hair makes her look like an older version of pre-nose job Jennifer Grey. That’s not a bad thing! Don’t worry, Aniston fans, it’s a wig for her upcoming film, Squirrels to the Nuts, the one she did with Will Forte who gushed all over the place about how great she was at giving him relationship advice. Here’s how that went:
Will Forte: I don’t know what to do, I think my girlfriend is going to break up with me and she’s going to take the dog and I really don’t want her to because it’s jus—
Jennifer Aniston: (Who the f-ck is this guy? Why is he talking to me? Does he work here? Say something.) Uh oh, sweetie, I’m sorry. (He’s still talking. Who is this person? Is this my new assistant? Is he–GOT IT. He’s in the movie. With me. Okay, why is he telling me this?) Ohh, honey, that’s terrible. (Did I say something to him? Oh crap I think I asked him if he had a girlfriend. I was just trying to be polite! Okay, just sit here and say things and text your assistant to save you.)
But who knows.
Jennifer Grey is an actress best known for being in the car with Matthew Broderick when he fell asleep at the wheel and hit another car, head-on, killing both passengers inside. (More on this story from an archived 1987 article from People.) He and Grey remained unscathed and he did not go to jail. He was charged with careless driving and fined $175 and that was it (Wikipedia).
I’m sorry, that’s not what she’s known for at all. What I meant to say was Jennifer Grey is an actress best known for Dirty Dancing and then getting a nose job and ruining her career.
I ALWAYS get those two stories mixed up!
July 18, 2013 at 5:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
Nobody puts Baby in a corner. Everybody knows that. But apparently it’s totally fine to murder Baby, bury her in a shallow hole, resurrect her, kill her and bury her all over again, and then spit on her desecrated zombie grave, because they’re making a Dirty Dancing remake. No, not another shitty sequel, a remake of the beloved original.
The sacrilege, also known as the remake, will be directed by Kenny Ortega, a guy who also directed a couple of High School Musicals. Other credits of his include directing This Is It, the Michael Jackson documentary, and backing out of directing that horrendous Footloose remake. And what’s more, he was the one who choreographed the original Dirty Dancing. So it can’t be ALL bad, can it?
Oh wait, it definitely can. It can be all bad with a side of horrible and a dash of traumatic. Without the eternally glorious Patrick Swayze and the beautiful Jennifer Grey, what is Dirty Dancing? Do you think for one second that I’m going to sit there and watch Zac Efron charmingly tickle Lea Michele‘s arm? Because I won’t.
Would you watch this monstrosity? And, even better, who do you think would get the legendary roles?
August 9, 2011 at 5:30 am by Emily
Hayden Panettiere reads to kiddos at a Studio City event benefiting Time to Read.
Also there: Jennifer Grey and Rainn Wilson.