The Personal Files of Judson Laipply

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Before Judson Laipply, YouTube's first star and the subject of last week's Scene story "Dancing Machine" became the dancing phenom he is today, he once toured the country as the Dating Doctor, giving advice to college students about dating and relationships. Funny thing is, Laipply was never quite the dating machine he portrayed himself to be. According to friends like John Stephens, now a principal at a school in Dayton, Judson hasn't had "many long distance relationships." And this year, Laipply's about to collect $100 from each of his college friends for being the last single one among them. Not sure whether this is good news or bad news for Cleveland's single women ... -- Rebecca Meiser

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