In 2010, Jennifer Grey fascinated audiences on Dancing With the Stars, braving injury to take home the win. In an Us Magazine cover story, the elegant performer admitted she'd felt pressure to alter her appearance before the show, but chose not to after her husband advised her to be herself. She wisely opined, "Aging is inevitable and the idea that we can be eternally youthful is the pitfall of our society."
Jennifer Grey prepares for some "Dirty Dancing" as she joins the cast of "Dancing with the Stars". Jennifer and her husband Clark Gregg joined the rest of the "DWTS" cast for a soiree at STK restaurant in West Hollywood.
Lisa Niemi unveiled a new wax statue of her late husband, and joined him in balancing on a log over an imaginary lake – recreating the famous scene from Dirty Dancing when Swayze teaches Jennifer Grey's character the importance of balance in dance. Two years after his death, Niemi was honored to unveil the statue. "It became clear to me that someone had put a lot of love into this, for a man I loved so very much," she said.
Lisa Niemi, Patrick Swayze’s widow, hasn’t been able to hold her husband for the last two years. The “Dirty Dancing” actor passed away in 2009 after losing a battle with pancreatic cancer. But Niemi and Swayze were reunited this week, thanks to a full-size wax statue of the actor which was unveiled at Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood.
Jennifer Grey now lives in Venice, Calif., along with her actor/director husband Clark Gregg. The pair have been married since 2001 and are the proud parents to a daughter named Stella, who was born later that same year.