Nearly four decades after Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson's delicious youthful romance in legendary Grease (1978), Grease Live breathes new life into everyone's favourite teenage love affair; however, with a twist: the addition of a live audience. Once more, against the colourful backdrop of the iconic late-1950s Rydell High, the riotous gang of greasers, the T-Birds, and Betty Rizzo's delightfully sassy posse, the Pink Ladies, battle for attention, thirsting to become the coolest teams in school. Undoubtedly, this is going to be yet another year filled with passion, innocence, dance, affection, and teen energy, as the students set their mind on excelling in the much-awaited live dance contest. In this high school graduation day, GREASE is still the word.
An electrifying LIVE television event!
Did You Know?
The two songs "Freddy, My Love" and "Those Magic Changes" were both in the original Broadway production, however, "Freddy My Love" is not present in the original film production, although it is listed in the end credits in addition to being on the soundtrack. "Those Magic Changes", in the film, is played at the high school dance scene, performed by Johnny Casino and the Gamblers, and rather than being a major part of the plot, as in the Broadway production, is kept more in the background. See more
During the car reveal scene, after Mrs. Murdock gives the one liner "I intend to get loaded myself", two of the actors can be heard conversing about the line. One says "she does it every time" and the other responds "I know, the little one liner." The two presumably did not know that their mics were still on, and the mistake was kept in both the broadcast and later released version. See more
Nothing makes a cheerleader more nervous then being late!
The Fox broadcast version ran roughly 3 minutes longer than the Paramount home video release. As they headed into commercial breaks, Mario Lopez
narrated several short behind-the-scenes/making-of segments which were omitted from the DVD. See more
There Are Worse Things I Could Do
Written by Jim Jacobs
and Warren Casey
Performed by Vanessa Hudgens See more