Prayers are needed for Dirty Dancing’s Jennifer Grey after terrible crash tragedy

Now that a new Dirty Dancing film is being produced, Jennifer Grey might be returning to the part that made her a worldwide celebrity.

The 60-year-old actress became a global sensation 33 years ago when she starred as Frances “Baby” Houseman opposite Patrick Swayze.

Jennifer will star in and executive produces the unnamed dance film that she is working on with Lionsgate.

The fact that Lionsgate owns the rights to distribute the Dirty Dancing movies has led ardent fans to believe that this new endeavor might be a sequel.

Although it is widely rumored that the upcoming film will continue the story of the cult classic, moviemakers have not yet verified this.

The upcoming film will take place in the 1990s while the first blockbuster took place in 1963 in the Catskills.

This has increased rumors that Jennifer’s upcoming film is a sequel to Dirty Dancing.

Sadly, Jennifer’s co-star Patrick passed away in 2009 after a fight with pancreatic cancer.

Fans are hoping that Jennifer, who has often said she didn’t want to be a part of the Dirty Dancing franchise, has changed her mind.

Jennifer and Patrick have previously appeared together on the big screen before Dirty Dancing. In 1984, the actor and the duo co-starred in Red Dawn.

She rose to fame after playing Matthew Broderick’s sister in the blockbuster Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

In the months prior to the release of Dirty Dancing, Jennifer and Matthew were Hollywood’s sexiest couple. They got together after meeting on set.

However, while on vacation in Ireland just nine days before the film’s premiere, the two were engaged in a terrible accident.

Anna Gallagher and Margaret Doherty, mother, and daughter, died instantaneously as a result of the head-on collision, and both Jennifer and Matthew suffered significant injuries.

While Jennifer sustained severe whiplash and tore ligaments in the back of her neck, he suffered from a shattered leg, a collapsed lung, and a concussion.

Broderick was found guilty of reckless driving and given a fine despite being in the incorrect lane at the time of the collision.

For Jennifer, the effects of the crash would cause her to experience pain for the rest of her life, and she was unable to dance for a while.

I tried massage, hot pads, ice, anti-inflammatories, and anything else that would provide relief, the woman claimed.

The star, who was unable to act for several years following the crash due to the emotional toll of the catastrophe, also suffered catastrophic long-term effects.

Then, in the early 1990s, Jennifer made a choice that, in her opinion, has severely hampered the remainder of her career.

She had two nose surgeries, the second to fix the issues the first one had created.

The actress claimed that several of her close friends were unable to recognize her due to the drastic alteration.

“I entered the operation room a celebrity and emerged anonymous,” said Jennifer. It was similar to being under witness protection or going unnoticed.

To jumpstart her career, the actress even thought about changing her name.

After dating several A-listers, including Michael J. Fox and Johnny Depp, Jennifer was married to actor Clark Gregg in 2001.

Stella is the couple’s only child, although they announced their separation earlier this month.

Jennifer participated in Dancing With The Stars in 2009, the American version of Strictly Come Dancing.

In order to stabilize Jennifer’s neck and treat her compressed spinal cord, she underwent surgery.

“I had been in pain for so long and didn’t really realize how it had taken over my life,” she added.

I gave up doing a lot of my favorite things, like dancing, because I didn’t want the pain to get worse.

However, during her surgery, physicians found a little malignant node on her thyroid, which is a worrying issue.

Jennifer has been cancer-free ever since it was removed.

Jennifer endured a lot, but she and Derek Hough, her professional partner, went on to win the 11th season of Dancing With The Stars.

Her popularity on the program led to her selection to fill in for head judge Len Goodman on Strictly in 2011.

Since her early, enormous success, Jennifer has continued to work as an actor, playing supporting roles in movies and popular television series like House and Grey’s Anatomy.

With a new Dirty Dancing movie coming out, Jennifer appears to be about to solidify her status as a big player in Hollywood once more.

The first movie made a staggering $218 million worldwide from a $5 million budget.

Additionally, the film’s original song, I’ve Had the Time of My Life by Frank Previte, won an Oscar and a Golden Globe.

For her work as Baby, Jennifer was nominated for a Golden Globe.