Over 30 years later, Dirty Dancing is still as popular as ever.
The beloved Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey film has now even inspired a new TV show. It's a reality dance competition that debuts Feb. 1 on Fox, according to Deadline.
The Real Dirty Dancing: New TV show inspired by the movie
It all sounds a bit like Dancing with the Stars meets Dirty Dancing. It's called The Real Dirty Dancing, and it features eight celebrity competitors — four men and four women.
They are staying at the real hotel where Dirty Dancing was filmed, and in partners they'll recreate dances and scenes from the movie.
As for the cast, it's a fun mix of dancers, TV stars, pro athletes, comedians, and even a Backstreet Boy.
The gentlemen competing are: Corbin Bleu, Tyler Cameron, Howie Dorough, and Antonio Gates. The ladies are: Brie Bella, Cat Cora, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes, and Loni Love.
The Real Dirty Dancing will have four episodes. Fox will show the special series on Tuesday nights starting on Feb. 1.
Under the same title, the concept already had a competition on Australian television. It'll now make its American TV debut.
We're also still waiting on news about Jennifer Grey's Dirty Dancing sequel. We'll see if she ends up making an appearance on the new show.
Her co-star Patrick Swayze sadly passed away back in 2009. They played "Baby" and "Johnny" in the original film, which has its 35th anniversary this year.