The "View" co-host reflected on their chemistry.
Some 33 years after mastering that gravity-defying lift, Baby Houseman is back to help a new version of the beloved classic find footing in the 21st century.
"I Am Patrick Swayze" will hit the Paramount Network on Aug. 18, which would have been the actor's 67th birthday.
Both became pop culture legend by infiltrating the mainstream with camp and complexity.
“Dirty Dancing” celebrates its 30th anniversary this summer.
Writer Eleanor Bergstein explains why German viewers didn't see Johnny say, "Nobody puts Baby in the corner."
We're pretty sure they had the time of their lives.
"It happened, enjoy it, watch it over and over again, but never ask me to do it again because I’m too f**king old."
Think about the fortuneteller in popular culture -- the bandaged, bejeweled gypsy kind. Has there ever been an honest one? The only one I can remember is Whoopi Goldberg in "Ghost," but that wasn't until Patrick Swayze got into her and swayzed* her up and made her make out with Demi Moore.
Goodbye, Patrick. Thank you for always staying down to Earth, even when Hollywood tried to cast you out among the stars.