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Dirty Dancing is a total classic and never fails to give us all the feels whenever we watch it. 

Which is a LOT. 

So when we heard that they were doing a US TV remake, we were a little sceptical even though we knew we would totally be watching it. 

We had a few actresses in our heads when we thought of a modern day Baby, but we can't say that this young actress sprung to mind.  

American actress Abigail Breslin has been cast in the role and you may remember her as the adorable kid in Little Miss Sunshine. 

The former child star and Scream Queens actress is now 19 and has won the coveted role in the hotly anticipated remake. 

ABC is preparing to make a three hour adaptation of the original classic and with the original screenwriter on board, we have hopes that it won't be absolutely terrible. 

There is still no word on who is going to take Patrick Swayze's role in the reboot and well, let's just say whoever he is, he has VERY big shoes to fill. 

There has been no release date for the movie as of yet but we have no doubts that Abigail will kill in the role.

Besides, we already know she has the moves. 



Selena Gomez has been taking a lot of criticism lately, but she's been handing it with complete class like a pro.

The negativity began when the singer was pictured in a bikini while on the beach in Mexico with friends.

Despite Selena's enviable figure, some cruel online commenters were quick to focus on the fact that the 22-year-old was looking slightly curvier than usual.

At the time, Selena responded by posting a picture of herself looking incredible with a one-piece with the caption, "I love being happy with me yall #theresmoretolove."  However after another round of negative comments, the singer decided to respond directly to the source.


I love being happy with me yall #theresmoretolove

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The drama started when an Instagram user named @laurenlv94 commented on  one of Selena's pictures, saying, "mmm… @selenagomez you need to work out! Please stop eating junk food." She continued by adding, "in the business sadly the image its important."

Other users got in on the argument before Selena stepped in with a few firm words of her own.

"@laurenlv94 you're disgusting," she wrote. "I'm IN the business and I could care less about what 'they' or you say I should look like. I don't need to do anything other than love myself, take care of my work, fans, family and friends…. And I do work out. It's not your place to tell anyone what they should or shouldn't do."

Amazing. Selena then asked for the user to be blocked, and the account has since been made private.

A number of celebrities have spoken up in support of Selena, in particular Little Miss Sunshine star Abigail Breslin, who took to Tumblr to express her outrage.

"All this stuff about Selena Gomez online in her bathing suit is RIDICULOUS,” she wrote. “Everyone is always saying how we shouldn’t judge each other, so why are you commenting on a gorgeous, talented and smart young girls body when she’s on the beach having fun with her friends AND SHE LOOKS AMAZING. Aren’t there more important things the world can be reporting on??”

We're glad to see the cruel comments are not being ignored.



Poor Abigail Breslin has become the target of online trolls after she released a song called You Suck which is rumoured to be about 5 Seconds of Summer singer, Michael Clifford.

The 18-year-old Little Miss Sunshine actress released the video yesterday and it sees her seemingly slamming the boyband member with lines such as “I hate the scar above your eye, it looks like you’re on drugs” and “Bleaching your hair, I hope it all falls out.”

Eek, pretty mean stuff mean. Now, #AbigailYouTried is trending on Twitter and fans of Michael are far from impressed at the young actress’ musical debut:

Abigail spoke about the song recently in Teen Vogue, saying: “This is a song I wrote about those guys who are players and use people and just generally aren’t really good people. It’s about things I’ve witnessed; it’s not okay when guys don’t have respect for girls. I wrote it in the heat of the moment and I think a lot of people will relate to it.”