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Julianne Hough
Julianne Hough in Swarovski 2 (cropped).jpg
Hough at The Heart Truth's Red Dress Collection Fashion Show in 2011
Born
Julianne Alexandra Hough

(1988-07-20) July 20, 1988 (age 30)
Education
Occupation
  • Dancer
  • actress
  • singer
Years active2001–present
Notable work
Dancing with the Stars
Spouse(s)
Brooks Laich (m. 2017)
RelativesDerek Hough (brother)
Musical career
GenresCountry
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2007–present
LabelsMercury Nashville
Associated acts
Websitejuliannehough.com

Julianne Alexandra Hough (/hʌf/; born July 20, 1988)[1] is an American dancer, actress, and singer. She is a two-time professional champion of ABC's Dancing with the Stars.[2] She was nominated for a Creative Arts Primetime Emmy in 2007 for Outstanding Choreography in season five of the show. Her first leading acting role was in the 2011 film remake of Footloose. In September 2014, Hough joined Dancing with the Stars as a permanent fourth judge.[3] Along with her brother Derek Hough (who is a six-time winner of the dancing show) and Tessandra Chavez, she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography in 2015. In 2016, she played Sandy in the live Fox television production of Grease. In 2019, she joined the hit reality TV series Americas Got Talent as a judge.

Early life[edit]

Hough was born in Orem, Utah,[4] the youngest of five children in a Latter-day Saints (Mormon) family.[5][6][7] Her parents are Marianne and Bruce Hough;[5] her father was twice chairman of the Utah Republican Party.[8] Her brother, Derek Hough, is also a professional dancer. She also has three older sisters: Sharee, Marabeth and Katherine.[9] All four of Hough's grandparents were dancers.[10] She is also a second cousin of musicians Riker, Rydel, Rocky and Ross Lynch from R5, their maternal grandmothers being sisters.[11][12]

Hough's formal training began at the Center Stage Performing Arts Studio in Orem,[6] where she danced with Josh Murillo, among others, in Latin Ballroom; she began dancing competitively at nine.[13] In 1999, when she was 10, her divorcing parents sent her and brother Derek to London[8][14] to live and study with their coaches, Corky and Shirley Ballas.[13] The Ballases helped tutor the two Hough children alongside their own son, Mark.[13] Following in Derek's footsteps, she joined him at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts when a slot opened up at that school.[14] They received training in song, theatre, gymnastics and many forms of dance, including jazz, ballet, and tap.[15] The three children formed their own pop music trio 2B1G ("2 Boys, 1 Girl") when Hough was 12,[16] performed at dance competitions in the UK and the U.S., and showcased in a UK television show.[17] At 15, Julianne Hough became the youngest dancer, and only American, to win both Junior World Latin Champion and International Latin Youth Champion at the Blackpool Dance Festival.[18] She left London that year, after having been "abused, mentally, physically, everything," she said, a situation that escalated "when I started hitting puberty, when I started becoming a woman and stopped being a little girl. ... I was told if I ever went back to the United States, three things were going to happen. One: I was going to amount to nothing. Two: I was going to work at Whataburger. And three: I was going to end up a slut. So, it was like, I can't go back. I have to be this person." After returning to the U.S., she attended the Las Vegas Academy and Alta High School.[19]

Career[edit]

Dancing[edit]

Hough performing in March 2009

Hough was one of the Million Dollar Dancers in the 2006 ABC game show called Show Me the Money. She won season four of the U.S. edition of Dancing with the Stars with her partner, Olympic gold medal-winning speed skater Apolo Ohno, making Hough the youngest professional dancer to win on the program.[20] On November 27, 2007, Hough and her partner, three-time Indianapolis 500 champion Hélio Castroneves, became the winners of season five. Hough returned for season six with radio host/comedian Adam Carolla, but they were eliminated in week four. In July 2008, Hough was nominated at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards in the category of "Outstanding Choreography" for her Mambo "Para Los Rumberos" (performed with partner Hélio Castroneves) on Dancing with the Stars.[21]

On August 25, 2008, the cast of season seven was announced, and Hough was partnered with Hannah Montana actor Cody Linley. She felt abdominal pains during their jitterbug performance on October 27, 2008, and was immediately rushed to a hospital following the encore performance.[22] She subsequently had surgery to have her appendix removed, causing her to miss several performances; Edyta Śliwińska stood in for her. Hough returned to the show, although the pair was ultimately eliminated in the semifinals competition. She appeared on the November 12 results show dancing the jive to "Great Balls of Fire" with her brother for the "Design-A-Dance" contest.

On November 20, 2008, Hough told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show she would not be returning to Dancing with the Stars, for the foreseeable future, to further her music career.[23] However, she did return for season eight, partnering with boyfriend at the time, country singer Chuck Wicks. They were voted off in week eight of the competition and came in sixth place.[24] On October 11, 2011, Hough returned to Dancing with the Stars and danced with her Footloose co-star Kenny Wormald twice, and with her brother. She returned again on May 15, 2012, in a dance performance to promote her film Rock of Ages. On October 7, 2013, she was guest judge in place of Len Goodman, which was the first time a former pro dancer came back to judge. In September 2014, she returned as the show's permanent fourth judge.[3]

Move Live On Tour[edit]

On March 18, 2014, Hough and her brother Derek announced a summer tour of over 40 cities across the U.S. and Canada, called "Move Live on Tour", which would include dancing and singing from both of them, and the appearance of a group of dancers employed by the Houghs who earned their jobs through auditions.[25] They embarked on the sold out tour on May 25, 2014, in Park City, Kansas, and ended it in Los Angeles on July 26, 2014. Due to the success of ticket sales and several sold-out venues before the tour had officially kicked off, several more shows were added to the tour schedule, which also sold out.[26] For the tour choreography, the Hough siblings collaborated with Nappytabs.[27]

Following the success of the 2014 tour and high demand, the Houghs announced the return of "Move Live on Tour" in the summer of 2015. Spanning from June 12, 2015, to August 8, 2015, the sold-out tour visited over 40 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, and visited larger venues than in the previous year.[28] Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo "Nappytabs" returned as collaborating choreographers alongside the Hough siblings.[29] Auditions were also held to recruit a new group of dancers to join the Houghs, although some back-up dancers from the previous year returned.

Hough performing at a George Strait Concert in 2009

On July 9, 2016, the Houghs held a free fitness pop-up event called Move Interactive in Los Angeles, which they announced would be the first of many. The event started off in Sherman Oaks with a workout session at Pulse Fitness Studios led by celebrity personal trainer and owner, Mark Harari. The participants then took part in a two-mile run along Ventura Blvd, before finishing off with a dance-fitness class at JustDance Los Angeles.[30] According to Hough, the motivation behind the event was to "bring health, love, community and human interaction into our everyday lives."[31] The following week, on July 14, the Hough's held a second free Move Interactive event in Fryman Canyon, LA, which included a hike and team-building exercises.[32]

On December 14, 2016, they announced, via social media, that they would be going on a new tour, "MOVE BEYOND Live on Tour", in 2017.[33]

Music[edit]

Hough's first country-music single, "Will You Dance With Me", was released to iTunes and Wal-Mart in May 2007 to raise money for the American Red Cross. The song placed atnumber 100 on the Billboard Pop 100 chart.[34] She later signed with Universal Music Group Nashville's Mercury Nashville division.

Her self-titled debut album was recorded in Nashville and produced by David Malloy, who has worked with Reba McEntire and Eddie Rabbitt, among others. Hough's album, which met with mixed reviews,[35] debuted at number one on the Top Country Albums chart on May 31, and also peaked at number three on the Billboard 200.[36] Hough's second single, and the first to be released to country radio, was "That Song in My Head".

Hough performing at a 2009 Birthday Bash concert

Hough joined Brad Paisley's 2008 Tour, along with Jewel and Chuck Wicks. Hough, Paisley, and Willie Nelson appeared in the video for the Snoop Dogg song "My Medicine".[37]

Hough appeared in a Juicy Fruit commercial in the fall of 2008,[38] and released an EP of Christmas music called Sounds of the Season: The Julianne Hough Holiday Collection. She performed her second single "My Hallelujah Song" on Dancing With the Stars on November 18, 2008, with her brother Derek Hough, Mark Ballas, and Lacey Schwimmer dancing.

Hough, LeAnn Rimes, Jessica Simpson, and Kellie Pickler announced the 2009 Academy of Country Music Award nominees in February 2009. Hough was nominated for the Top New Female Vocalist award, a fan-voted award, which she subsequently won.[39] Hough won the Top New Artist award at the 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 5, 2009, and released a single, "Is That So Wrong", to country radio on June 21, 2010. It was intended as the lead single for her second album, Wildfire, but the album was never released.

In June 2012, Hough told AOL's The Boot that her second album was "completely done" and that she was initially "really, really looking forward to the record." However, she also stated that, due to the underperforming lead single and having "a lot of momentum" in her film career, no plans have been made to release Wildfire. She does intend to resume focusing on her music career at some point, though: "I feel like when I have the time to focus on it, and when I feel like it is the right time, [I'll return to] my music," she said.[40]

Acting and other appearances[edit]

Hough's first acting role was in the 2001 feature film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, in an uncredited role as a "Hogwarts schoolgirl".[41] She appeared in the 2010 musical Burlesque, starring Cher and Christina Aguilera. In the film, which chronicles a small-town girl (Aguilera) who finds success at a Los Angeles burlesque club, Hough plays a dancer named Georgia.[42]

Hough's first leading role was as Ariel Moore in the 2011 remake of the Paramount film Footloose, opposite Kenny Wormald as Ren McCormack. Filming began in September 2010.[43] The film was released on October 14, 2011. Hough played the role of Sherrie Christian in the 2012 film adaptation of the Broadway musical Rock of Ages, alongside Tom Cruise, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Malin Akerman.[44]

In 2012, she filmed her starring role opposite Josh Duhamel in the romantic drama Safe Haven, based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, which was released on February 14, 2013. Hough also starred in the comedy-drama Paradise as Lamb Mannerhelm, which was released on October 18, 2013. She starred alongside Russell Brand, who had previously co-starred with Hough in Rock of Ages.

Hough portrayed the role of Sandy Young for Fox's live television presentation of the musical Grease on January 31, 2016.[45]

Hough and brother Derek hosted the 2016 The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration and The Disney Parks' Magical Christmas Celebration. It was televised by ABC on Thanksgiving night, November 24, and Christmas Day, December 25. The Hough siblings introduced performances by Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood and Kelly Clarkson. A companion holiday album, Disney Channel Holiday Hits, was released November 18, 2016.[46][47]

In 2018, she was cast as Jolene in the episode of the same name from the Netflix anthology series Heartstrings, based on the Dolly Parton song.[48]

In February 2019, it was announced that Hough had joined the NBC competition series America's Got Talent.[49]

Personal life[edit]

Hough has said she is no longer a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but credits the faith for instilling her with a moral code.[50]

Hough dated fellow country singer Chuck Wicks from August 2008 to November 2009; when the two had a mutual break-up, it inspired Hough's song "Is That So Wrong".[51][52] Hough dated Ryan Seacrest from April 2010 to March 2013.[53][54][55] In February 2014, it was revealed that she began dating NHL player Brooks Laich, then of the Washington Capitals, in December 2013.[56] The couple announced their engagement on August 18, 2015.[57] They were married on July 8, 2017.[58]

Hough attracted controversy in October 2013 when she donned blackface as part of a Halloween costume depicting Uzo Aduba's character Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren from the Netflix comedy-drama Orange Is the New Black.[59][60] Hough later apologized, stating on Twitter: "I realize my costume hurt and offended people and I truly apologize."[61]

Hough has been diagnosed with endometriosis since 2008, and went public with it to help de-stigmatize the conditions surrounding the disease.[62][63]

Dancing with the Stars performances[edit]

Season Partner Place
4 Apolo Anton Ohno[64] 1st
5 Hélio Castroneves[64] 1st
6 Adam Carolla[64] 9th
7 Cody Linley[64] 4th
8 Chuck Wicks[64] 6th

With Apolo Anton Ohno[edit]

(average 27.53)

Week Dance/Song Judges' score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Cha cha/ "Let's Hear It for the Boy" 7 7 7 No elimination
2 Quickstep/ "Two Hearts" 8 9 9 Safe
3 Jive/ "You Never Can Tell" 7 8 8 Safe
4 Waltz/ "If You Don't Know Me by Now" 9 8 9 Safe
5 Samba/ "I Like to Move It" 10 10 10 Safe
6 Rumba/ "Cool"
Swing/"Rock This Town"
9
N/A
9
N/A
10
N/A
Safe
7 Foxtrot/ "Steppin' Out with My Baby"
Mambo/ "Dr. Beat"
9
9
8
9
9
10
Safe
8 Tango/ "Jessie's Girl"
Paso doble/ "Carnaval de Paris"
10
10
8
10
10
10
Safe
9
Semi-finals
Quickstep/ "Mr. Pinstripe Suit"
Cha cha/ "Push It"
10
10
10
9
10
10
Bottom 2
10
Finals
Rumba/ "Midnight Train to Georgia"
Freestyle/ "Bust a Move"
Paso doble/ "Carnaval de Paris"
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
Winner

With Hélio Castroneves[edit]

(average 27.13)

Week Dance/Song Judges' score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Foxtrot/ "Bewitched theme" 8 9 8 Safe
2 Mambo/ "Para Los Rumberos" 9 9 9 Safe
3 Jive/ "Kids in America" 8 8 8 Safe
4 Viennese Waltz/ "Iris" 9 9 9 Safe
5 Rumba/ "Apologize" 8 7 8 Safe
6 Cha cha/ "Get Up Offa That Thing"
Rock and Roll/ "Rockin' Robin"
9
N/A
10
N/A
9
N/A
Safe
7 Tango/ "Jean Genie"
Samba/ Candela
9
9
8
9
8
9
Safe
8 Paso doble/ "Amparito Roco"
Quickstep/ "Hey Pachuco"
9
10
9
10
9
10
Safe
9
Semi-finals
Foxtrot/ "Ain't That a Kick in the Head?"
Cha cha "Love Rollercoaster"
10
10
10
10
10
10
Last to be called safe
10
Finals
Jive "Let's Twist Again"
Freestyle/ "Land of a Thousand Dances"
Quickstep/ "Hey Pachuco"
8
9
10
8
10
10
9
10
10
Winner

With Adam Carolla[edit]

(average 18.5)

Week Dance/Song Judges' score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Foxtrot/ "Mellow Yellow" 5 5 5 N/A
2 Mambo/ "House of Bamboo" 6 7 6 Safe
3 Tango/ "I Can't Tell a Waltz from a Tango" 7 7 7 Safe
4 Paso doble/ "Plaza of Execution" 6 7 6 Eliminated

With Cody Linley[edit]

(average 23.56)

Week Dance/Song Judges' score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Cha cha/ "Tilt Ya Head Back" 6 6 6 Safe
1 Quickstep/ "I Want You to Want Me" 8 7 8 Safe
2 Rumba/ "Bleeding Love" 7 7 7 Safe
3 Jive/ "Call Me the Breeze" 7 7 7 Safe
4 Tango/ "Bohemian Like You" 7 8 8 Safe
5 Jitterbug/ "Big Time Operator" 10 9 9 Safe
6 Samba/ "Whine Up"
Old school hip hop/ "It Takes Two"
8
No
8*
scores
7
given
Safe
7 Viennese Waltz/ "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?"
Team cha-cha-cha/ "Mercy"
Replaced by Edyta Śliwińska
8
6
7
7
7
7
Last to be called safe
8 Foxtrot/ "Call Me Irresponsible"
Mambo/ "My Way"
Replaced by Edyta Śliwińska
8
8
8
8
8
8
Last to be called safe
9
Semi-finals
Paso doble/ "Le Disko"
Salsa/ "Juventud del Presente"
8
8
7
8
7
8
Eliminated (4th place)
  • Weeks 7 and 8, Julianne was recovering from surgery. Linley danced with Edyta Śliwińska during this time.
  • Score was awarded by stand in judge Michael Flatley.

With Chuck Wicks[edit]

(average 23.22)

Week Dance/Song Judges' score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Waltz/"Are You Lonesome Tonight?" 6 7 7 No elimination
2 Salsa/"Say Hey (I Love You)" 6 7 7 Safe
3 Foxtrot/"All I Want To Do" 8 7 8 Safe
4 Lindy Hop/"Summertime Blues" 8 7 7 Safe
5 Viennese Waltz/"Feels Like Today" 7 8 8 Safe
6 Rumba/"She Will Be Loved" 8 7 8 Safe
7 Samba/"Balla, Balla"
1960s group dance/"The Clapping Song"
9
No
9
scores
9
given
Safe
8 Cha cha/ "Outta Love"
Team Mambo/ "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"
9
8
9
8
8
9
Eliminated

Discography[edit]

Hough at the 38th People's Choice Awards, January 11, 2012

Albums / EPs[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
US Country US US Holiday
Julianne Hough 1 3
Sounds of the Season: The Julianne Hough Holiday Collection (EP)
  • Release date: October 12, 2008
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
2 24 2

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Country US
[65]
US Pop
2007 "Will You Dance With Me" 114 100 Non-album song
2008 "That Song in My Head" 18 88 84 Julianne Hough
"My Hallelujah Song" 44
2010 "Is That So Wrong" Wildfire (unreleased)
"—" denotes releases did not chart

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Artist Peak chart positions Album
US CAN NOR IRE NZ SWE SPA
2010 "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" Artists for Haiti 2 7 1 9 8 5 15 Non-album song

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
US
Rock of Ages 5
Grease Live! (Music from the Television Event) 37

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director
2008 "That Song in My Head" Trey Fanjoy
"My Hallelujah Song" Wayne Isham
2010 "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" Paul Haggis
"Is That So Wrong" Adam Shankman

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Hogwarts schoolgirl Uncredited extra[41]
2010 Burlesque Georgia
2011 Footloose Ariel Moore
2012 Rock of Ages Sherrie Christian
2013 Safe Haven Katie Feldman / Erin Tierney
2013 Paradise Lamb Mannerhelm
2015 Curve Mallory Rutledge
2016 Dirty Grandpa Meredith Goldstein
2018 The Steam Engines of Oz Locasta Voice role
2018 Bigger Betty Weider

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Show Me the Money Herself/Dancer 7 episodes (2 unaired)
2007–2009 Dancing with the Stars Dancer/Choreographer Seasons 48
2013, 2014,
2017
Guest dancer Seasons 17, 18 and 25
2014–2017 Judge Seasons 1924
2011 Keeping Up with the Kardashians Herself Episode: "Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event – Part 2"
2011 Strictly Come Dancing Herself/Dancer Episode: "Week 3: The Results"
2012 Punk'd Herself Episode: "Kellan Lutz"
2014 Nashville Herself Episode: "I'm Coming Home to You"
2015 Lip Sync Battle Herself Episode: "Julianne Hough vs Derek Hough"
2016 Grease: Live Sandy Special
2016 Running Wild with Bear Grylls Herself Season 3, episode 2
2016 Speechless Miss Bloom Episode: "C-h-o-Choir"
2017 Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration Herself/Host Special
2017 Miss USA Herself/Host Special
2019 Heartstrings Jolene Episode: "Jolene"[48]
2019 America's Got Talent Herself (judge) Season 14[66]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2008 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Choreography Dancing with the Stars Nominated [67]
2009 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Choreography Dancing with the Stars shared with Derek Hough Nominated [67]
2011 ShoWest Female Rising Star of 2011 N/A Won [67]
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Breakout Rock of Ages Nominated [67]
2015 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Choreography (tie) Dancing with the Stars shared with Derek Hough & Tessandra Chavez Won [68]

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Preceded by
Todd Newton and Alexandra Wehrley
Host of Miss USA with Terrence J
2016, 2017
Succeeded by
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey