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Eight surprises (Spoiler Alert!) in the upcoming, filmed-in-Utah High School Musical 3: Senior Year:


8. A climactic dance showdown between Troy Bolton and Ren McCormack at the Lehi Roller Mills.


7. Chad’s controversial, nation-stunning use of the epithet “spaz.”


6. A trailer for the new, locally produced Home School Musical: The Forbidden Dance.


5. Sharpay’s mid-film conspiracy theory monologue linking the JFK assassination, one-world government, alien technology and Ugg boots.


4. A sensual show of jazz hands that pushes the very limits of the G rating.


3. East High’s Wildcats successfully petitioning local government to build them a taxpayer-supported basketball arena/dance studio.


2. Gabrielle’s heartbreaking audition scene at Southern Xposure.


1. Nothing gay whatsoever.

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