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Dirty Dancing’s Jennifer Grey REVEALS Patrick Swayze made emotional apology

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Jennifer Grey discussed her relationship with “Dirty Dancing” costar Patrick Swayze on “The View” Tuesday, promoting her new memoir “Out of the Corner,” citing a moment when Swayze apologized to her with “tears in his eyes.”


Despite the obvious chemistry between them on screen as student Frances “Baby” Houseman (Grey) and dancing instructor Johnny Castle (Swayze) in the classic romance, Grey has admitted that they didn’t always get along due to a prior experience working together on the 1984 action film “Red Dawn.”

Swayze acted like “the boss of everybody” on set, according to the “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” star.


Grey explained, “It was just super macho and I couldn’t take it.” “All I was thinking was, ‘Please, this guy, enough with him.'”


Because of Swayze’s dance history, Grey acknowledged being skeptical when those working with “Dirty Dancing” proposed Swayze for the character of Johnny.


However, she confessed on “The View” that Swayze persuaded Grey to change her mind about him during the film’s screen test.

“‘I love you, I love you, and I’m so sorry,’ he said as he dragged me down the corridor. I understand you don’t want me to direct the film,'” Grey said, mumbling and imitating Swayze’s accent.

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“And tears welled up in his eyes. And tears welled up in my eyes, though not for the same reason “she went on. “We could kill it, we could kill it if we did this,” he says.

She wasn’t convinced at first, believing he was testing her, but then “we go in there and he puts me in his arms and I’m like, ‘Oh boy.'”

She confessed that there was “no competition” between Swayze and any other actor who wanted to play Johnny after that.

Grey told “The View” presenters, “He was like the comfy recliner I’d been dreaming of.”


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However, the actress told People in April that she and Swayze “weren’t a natural combination” during the filming of the dance movie.


“And our being compelled to be together generated a kind of synergy, or like a friction,” she said in an interview with the magazine on her chemistry with Swayze, who died in 2009.

Grey told People, “I feel like if I could say anything to him now, I would say, ‘I’m so sorry that I couldn’t simply appreciate and luxuriate in who you were, instead of me hoping you were more like what I wanted you to be.” Their relationship is likely still difficult after “Dirty Dancing.”

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