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'Bunheads': Sutton Foster On Her Dream Guest Stars And Michelle Finally Getting Some Action (VIDEO)

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There are only three episodes left in the first season of ABC Family's "Bunheads" (Mondays, 9 p.m. ET) but, according to star Sutton Foster, a lot can happen in just three episodes.

Now that ex-Vegas showgirl Michelle (Foster) is getting more settled in Paradise with Fanny (Kelly Bishop), the mother of the man she so hastily married just days before his untimely death, we're finally getting to see her dancing skills in action in Fanny's dance studio. Foster spilled about a surprise guest star -- someone who's very close to creator Amy Sherman-Palladino -- then dished about other dream guest stars she'd love to come dance. (Ben Affleck in a onesie taking an adult modern dance class, anyone?)

But Foster teases that Michelle is getting another kind of action, too -- it may or may not be the mysterious man in the mansion off the private road, but Michelle will have a hook-up before the season ends. How will it affect her relationship with Fanny? Watch the interview, above, for more.

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"Bunheads" airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC Family.

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