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Dancing with the Stars most wins: Every pro who won Mirror Ball Trophy
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“Dancing with the Stars” premiered in 2005 with a focus on teaching celebrities some fancy footwork. But along the way the professional dancers who teach and partner with those celebrity amateurs became stars in their own right. Many of them returned to the show year after year, and over a dozen have won the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy over the course of the series. Scroll down to see every single “DWTS” pro champion, listed by their number of victories.
It’s fitting that the “DWTS” pros have become fan-favorites because they’re not just dancers. They’re also trainers, choreographers and storytellers, and their chemistry with the stars fuels the show’s best routines, so they’re truly the lifeblood of the competition, especially when they bring talent and charisma out of unexpected places, from child stars to race car drivers to one male model, Nyle DiMarco, who won the Mirror Ball Trophy despite being deaf: you need the steady hand of a pro more than ever when you can’t hear the music.
The first season aired during the summer of 2005, included just six couples, and lasted only six weeks until “General Hospital” actress Kelly Monaco was crowned the winner with her pro partner Alec Mazo, who competed in four more seasons of the show but didn’t win again. He was followed by Cheryl Burke, who became the show’s first two-time professional winner with her back-to-back victories in season two (with singer Drew Lachey) and season three (with football star Emmitt Smith).
But before long Derek Hough, arguably the biggest breakout star in the show’s history, eclipsed that total with six Mirror Ball Trophies, far more than any other pro before or since. Hough even continued that winning streak outside of the competition, winning a couple of Emmys for Best Choreography for routines that he created for “DWTS.” But he’s not the show’s only professional success story. See the full list below.1 Win
Season 25 with Jordan Fisher
Season 28 with Hannah Brown
Season 27 with Bobby Bones
Season 19 with Alfonso Ribeiro
Season 29 with Kaitlyn Bristowe
Season 18 with Meryl Davis
Season 15 with Melissa Rycroft
Season 26 with Adam Rippon
Season 30 with Iman Shumpert
Season 1 with Kelly Monaco
Season 24 with Rashad Jennings
Season 13 with J.R. Martinez
Season 6 with Kristi Yamaguchi
Season 8 with Shawn Johnson
Season 2 with Drew Lachey
Season 3 with Emmitt Smith
Season 20 with Rumer Willis
Season 23 with Laurie Hernandez
Season 4 with Apolo Anton Ohno
Season 5 with Helio Castroneves
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Season 9 with Donny Osmond
Season 12 with Hines Ward
Season 14 with Donald Driver
Season 22 with Nyle DiMarco
Season 7 with Brooke Burke
Season 10 with Nicole Scherzinger
Season 11 with Jennifer Grey
Season 16 with Kellie Pickler
Season 17 with Amber Riley
Season 21 with Bindi Irwin
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'Dancing With the Stars' Winners: Champions From Each Season
Since Dancing With the Stars first premiered on June 1, 2005, viewers and audience members have tuned in to watch the well-rounded cast compete for the mirrorball trophy. Throughout the last 30 seasons, pros like Derek Hough, Val Chmerkovskiy, Julianne Hough and many others have taken home the title of champion.
The latest mirrorball winner was NBA player Iman Shumpert. He won season 30 of the competition with his pro partner, Daniella Karagach. In season 29, Kaitlyn Bristowe snagged first place during alongside professional partner Artem Chigvintsev. When the Bachelorette alum became the show’s champion in November 2020, she took to social media to marvel over the incredible accomplishment.
“It’s the humor for me. Thought I was being catfished when I won tonight,” Kaitlyn captioned a video post via Instagram with runner-up Nev Shulman. “Nev, you’re a beautiful dancer and I hate you. Xoxoxo.”
The TV personality revealed she was celebrating with “pizza, Nelly’s beer and the mirrorball.” Appearing on her Instagram Stories with Artem, the dancing pair couldn’t have seemed more excited about their victory. “How are you feeling, Artem?” Kaitlyn asked her partner.
“I’m feeling great,” the Broadway dancer sweetly replied. “I feel like we did 705 interviews. I can’t wait to get to my trailer and pack my stuff and go see my family. This has been an awesome 11 weeks. I want to thank all the fans who voted and supported Kaitlyn and myself, but it’s time to go hug my family.”
The Dew Edit founder also spoke with Entertainment Tonight following their win, though she was left nearly speechless when talking about how much her DWTS opportunity meant. “I don’t even know how to put it into words,” Kaintly gushed. “But to me, it’s like, if you believe in something and if you have a passion or a dream … when you think of anyone who’s gotten somewhere, I guarantee they have a story about what it took to get there.”
The DWTS winners list is going to grow now that season 31 is set to premiere on September 19, 2022. ABC announced the cast for the upcoming season during an episode of Good Morning America, revealing Sam Champion, Selma Blair, Wayne Brady and more will be competing.
In honor of season 31’s upcoming premiere, scroll through the gallery below to check out the complete list of winners throughout the last 30 seasons!
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Season 30: Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach
Iman and Daniella beat out JoJo Siwa and Jenna Johnson for the mirrorball. The pair won the audience over with their camaraderie and final dance to “Lose Control.”
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Season 29: Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev
Kaitlyn and Artem took home the gold after beating out MTV’s Catfish star Nev and Jenna Johnson in second place, Nelly and Daniella in third place and Justina Machado and Sasha Farber in fourth place.
The duo gave their all during the finale as they danced freestyle to “Sparkling Diamonds” From Moulin Rouge. Like their previous performances, Kaitlyn and Artem absolutely killed it and received a 30/30 score.
After her win in November 2020, Kaitlyn got engaged to Jason Tartick.
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Season 28: Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten
Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten won the whole entire competition after they danced against Lauren Alaina, Ally Brooke and Kel Mitchell in the finals. Their Viennese waltz to “Lover” by Taylor Swift appeared to win over the judges — and now, they can call themselves the champs!
In May 2021, Hannah launched her clothing collaboration with the L.A.-based line Show Me Your Mumu.
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Season 27: Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess
Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess took home the gold during season 27’s finale in November 2018. The pair gushed about their win to ET following the show’s results. “We were shocked,” Bobby admitted. “I cannot believe we won.”
Bobby continued to host The Bobby Bones Show and became a full-time mentor on American Idol since his DWTS win.
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Season 26: Adam Rippon and Jenna Johnson
Adam Rippon and Jenna became the winners of DWTS season 26 in May 2018! The Olympic figure skating star and the brunette beauty couldn’t help but gush about being crowned the champions of the all-athletes season.
“I feel so overwhelmed, and I couldn’t have asked for a better partner to win this with. So I owe it a lot to Adam, and I don’t think I would be standing here without him,” Jenna told Us Weekly, as Adam added, “I think that it’s just reminded me that every time you step out of your comfort zone, and you push yourself into an experience that you’ve never done before, is when you really have the truest feeling of accomplishment.”
After winning, Adam announced he would be retiring from competitive figure skating in 2018. In 2019, he released his memoir, Beautiful on the Outside.
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Season 25: Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold
Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold took home the mirrorball in November 2017. The Hamilton star was Lindsay’s first partner to help her win the coveted trophy. “This feels beyond anything I’ve ever imagined,” she told Us Weekly around the time. “I’ve come close and to finally take it with Jordan means more than I can ever say.”
In 2019, Jordan appeared in Fox’s Rent: Live and Netflix’s To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. In 2020, he appeared in Netflix’s Work It.
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Season 24: Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater
Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater brought home the grand prize as they took first place during season 24 in May 2017!
Not long after winning, Rashad announced his retirement from the NFL. In 2018, he published his first book, The If in Life: How to Get Off Life’s Sidelines and Become Your Best Self. The Children’s Literacy Advocate also has a series of children’s books, The Coin Slot Chronicles.
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Season 23: Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy
Laurie Hernandez and Val proved they were a duo to be reckoned with as they took home first place in season 23! The beloved Olympian gushed that “winning the mirrorball today was insane and amazing,” she told Us at the time.
In 2018, Laurie cohosted American Ninja Warrior Junior and published a children’s book She’s Got This and a New York Times Bestseller I Got This: To Gold and Beyond. She will be joining Simone Biles’ Gold Over America Tour in the fall of 2021.
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Season 22: Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd
Nyle DiMarco and Peta were the winners of season 22 in May 2016. The deaf model dedicated his win to all the “Deaf people in this world.”
Nyle has since exercised his acting chops in Hulu’s Difficult People and ABC’s Station 19. He also started a nonprofit, The Nyle DiMarco Foundation, which provides resources for deaf children and their families.
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Season 21: Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough
Bindi Irwin and Derek danced their way to first place and claimed the title of champions during season 21. The daughter of late Steve Irwinproved she has quite the rhythm.
After her win, Bindi released her album, Bindi and The Jungle Girls Bindi’s Island Dance Party, in 2016. She works with her husband, professional wakeboarder Chandler Powell, at Australia Zoo. She welcomed their first child in March 2021.
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Season 20: Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy
Rumer Willis proved she’s one heck of a dancer as she competed with Val in season 20. Despite having a rib injury, the eldest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore took home first place in 2015.
Rumer has since appeared in film and television shows such as Empire, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and 9-1-1. She also competed on the first season of The Masked Singer.
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Season 19: Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson
Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson took home the mirror ball trophy after a fun-filled 19th season. The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air star even cried after their names were announced.
Alfonso replaced Tom Bergeron to host America’s Funniest Home Videos in 2015. In 2019, “The 90s with Alfonso Ribeiro” radio show was launched.
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Season 18: Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy were crowned the champions of season 18 after beating out their fellow contestants in May 2014.
Meryl continued to skate until her retirement in 2017. She works alongside Figure Skating in Harlem and Figure Skating in Detroit, which offers girls of color education, access and tools to help them learn figure skating.
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Season 17: Amber Riley and Derek Hough
Amber Riley came in first place alongside partner Derek as she competed in the 17th season of DWTS. “I just never really thought about winning, until maybe the last two weeks when I was just like, ‘You know what? I had needles in my knees, obviously, I want this more than I am willing to admit,'” the Glee alum gushed to ET. “So, I didn’t know. I honestly just didn’t know who was going to win. It could have been anybody.”
Amber moved on from the reality TV competition to appear in the West End’s production of Dreamgirls in 2016, released an album, Songs from the Stage and emceed The Little Mermaid Live! in 2019.
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Season 16: Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough
Derek added another win to his belt as he took home the gold with Kellie Pickler in the spring of 2013. So impressive!
After DWTS, Kellie continued her music career, releasing an album, starred in her own reality show, Love Kellie Pickler, and had a daytime TV talk show, Pickler & Ben with Ben Aaron from 2017 to 2019. She has appeared in two Hallmark Christmas movies Wedding at Graceland and The Mistletoe Secret.
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Season 15: Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani
Melissa Rycroft returned for the 15th season of DWTS after finishing third on season 8. The Bachelorette alum got redemption as she came in first place with pro Tony Dovolani.
Melissa briefly had a reality show with her husband Tye Stickland, Melissa & Tye, on CMT in 2012. Then, she hosted CMT’s Redneck Island. Melissa and Tye now have a podcast called “Logically Irrational.”
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Season 14: Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd
Donald Driver proved his skills go much farther than the football field as he brought home the mirrorball trophy with Peta in May 2012.
Donald officially announced his retirement from the NFL after he won season 14. He was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in 2017.
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Season 12: J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff
J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff brought home the mirrorball trophy during season 13 of DWTS. The actor, motivational speaker and former U.S. Army soldier also won the hearts of fans as he took home the main prize for his outstanding performance in the dancing competition.
J.R. starred in SAF3 and appeared in the season 6 finale of Army Wives. He is now a radio host on his own show, the J.R. Martinez Show, on KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles.
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Season 12: Hines Ward and Kym Johnson
Hines Ward and Kym Johnson became the champions of DWTS season 12 in May 2011. Despite injuring her neck during the season, the duo fought through and won!
Hines appeared in a few movies and television shows after DWTS and served as a studio analyst for CNN.
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Season 11: Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough
Jennifer Grey and Derek pulled through to take home the first place trophy for season 11 of DWTS. Despite suffering multiple injuries, the Dirty Dancing alum persevered to bring home the gold.
Nobody puts Baby in the corner: after her win, she starred in Amazon’s Red Oaks and went on to appear on Grey’s Anatomy and The Conners.
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Season 10: Nicole Scherzinger and Derek Hough
Nicole Scherzinger and Derek took home the grand prize during season 10 of the beloved dancing show. Derek must be one amazing partner.
The former Pussycat Dolls member has been a judge on The Masked Singer since its debut and played Penny in 2017’s Dirty Dancing remake.
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Season 9: Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson
Donny Osmond isn’t just a singer, he’s a DWTS champion too! The beloved star brought home first place in September 2009 as he competed alongside his partner, Kym.
Donny would return to perform as a guest or judge while his Las Vegas show ran for 11 years. In 2019, he came in second place on the first season of The Masked Singer.
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Season 8: Shawn Johnson and Mark Ballas
Shawn Johnson proved she was a threat in the dancing competition despite retiring from sports because of an injury. The athlete took home the mirrorball with her partner, Mark Ballas, during the eighth season of the show.
After DWTS, the gymnast won a gold medal in the team competition and a silver medal for the uneven bars at the 2011 Pan American Games. She earned second place in season 15’s All-Stars.
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Season 7: Brooke Burke-Charvet and Derek Hough
Brooke Burke-Charvet won season 7 of DWTS with her handsome partner, Derek. This was the dancer’s first victory!
Brooke became cohost on the show for seasons 10 through 17, became a published author in 2011 and beat cancer in 2012.
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Season 6: Kristi Yamaguchi and Mark Ballas
Kristi Yamaguchi and Mark took home the first place prize during the sixth season in May 2008! The Olympic figure skating champion brought her skills from the rink to the ballroom!
After winning season six, Kristi received the 2008 Sonja Henie Award from the Professional Skaters Association and later became an NBC Olympic correspondent. In 2011, her children’s book, Dream Big, Little Pig!, was published. In 2017, she returned to DWTS to dance in a trio with Lindsey Stirling and her pro Mark Ballas.
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Season 5: Helio Castroneves and Julianne Hough
The Safe Haven actress won back-to-back seasons of DWTS as she took home first place during season 5. Julianne brought home the mirrorball trophy alongside Helio Castroneves.
After winning, the Helio won his third Indianapolis 500.
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Season 4: Apolo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough
Apolo Anton Ohno competed during the fourth season of DWTS and came up victorious alongside his partner, Julianne. The dancing duo took home the mirrorball trophy in May 2007.
After winning his first overall World Championship title in 2008, a year after he won DWTS, he hosted Minute to Win It on the Game Show Network. He also served as a commentator for the 2014 and 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
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Season 3: Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke
Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke rose to the top in season 3 and claimed the spot of first place in November 2006. We can’t believe how young the brunette beauty looks!
One year after winning, Emmitt became a studio analyst at ESPN. He also competed in season 15 All-Stars, earning fourth place.
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Season 2: Drew Lachey and Cheryl Burke
Drew Lachey and Cheryl brought home the mirrorball trophy after beating out nine other teams during the show’s second season.
After taking home the Mirrorball, the 98 Degrees bandmate hosted the Miss USA pageant in 2006. He returned for the all-stars season but didn’t fare as well. He was the third contestant to be sent home. He’s since done a few reunion tours with his old band and moved back to his hometown of Cincinnati to raise his children with his wife, childhood and high school sweetheart and choreographer for 98 Degrees, Lea. Together, they run a performing arts day camp.
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Season 1: Kelly Monaco and Alec Mazo
General Hospital star Kelly Monaco took home the first place trophy with partner Alec Mazo during the first-ever season of DWTS in June 2005. How cool!
After winning, Kelly starred in a burlesque act called “Peepshow,” while appearing on General Hospital. She returned to the DWTS stage for season 15’s All-Stars season, landing in third place.
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Julianne Hough Biography | Who is Julianne Hough?
Julianne Alexandra Hough is an American actress, dancer and singer. Hough is a two-time ABC Dancing with the Stars Pro Champion.
She was also nominated for a 2007 Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography for the show's fifth season. Julianne's first starring role was in the 2011 remake of Footloose. She joined Dancing with the Stars as a permanent fourth judge in September 2014.
Hough, along with her companion and Tessandra Chavez, won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography in 2015. She then played Sandy on Fox's Grease Live in 2016.
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Julianne Hough Age | How old is Julianne Hough?
Julianne Alexandra Hough was born on July 20, 1988 in Orem, Utah, USA. In 2018, she turned 30 years old.
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She was born to Marianne and Bruce Hough to Latter-day Saint (Mormon) parents. Howe's father was twice chairman of the Utah Republican Party. She was born the youngest of five children. She has a brother Derek Hough who is also a professional dancer. Her three older sisters are Shari, Marabeth and Katherine. All her grandparents were dancers. Hough is a second cousin of musicians Riker, Rydel, Rocky and Ross Lynch of R5, their maternal grandmothers are sisters.
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Her formal training at the Center Stage Performing Arts Studio in Orem. There she danced with Josh Murillo, among others, in the Latin Ballroom. Hough started competing in dance at nine.
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In 1999, her divorcing parents sent Julianne and her brother Derek to London to study and live with their trainers, Corky and Shirley Ballas, when she was 10 years old. The Ballas helped teach two siblings along with their son Mark.
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Hough married NHL player Brooks Leich , then of the Washington Capitals on July 8, 2017. The couple announced their engagement on August 18, 2015.
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Julianne dated fellow singer Chuck Wicks from August 2008 to November 2009; when they both had a mutual breakup and this inspired Hou's song "Is That So Wrong". She dated Ryan Seacrest April 2010 to March 2013
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Julianne said she was no longer a practicing Mormon. However, she believes that faith led her to a moral code.
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Julianne was one of the million dollar dancers on the 2006 ABC game show Show Me the Money. She then won the fourth season of the US edition of Dancing with the Stars with her partner, Olympic gold medal-winning Olympic speed skater Apolo Ono. This made Julianne the youngest professional dancer to win the program. On November 27, 2007, Julianne and her partner, three-time Indianapolis 500 champion Hélio Castroneves, were the winners of the fifth season.
She returned for a sixth season with a radio host/comedian. Adam Carolla but they were later eliminated in the fourth week. She was nominated for the 60th Primetime Emmy Award in the Outstanding Choreography category for her mambo "Para Los Rumberos" (performed with partner Hélio Castroneves) on Dancing with the Stars in July 2008.
The cast for the seventh season was announced and Julianne was partner Hannah Montana actor Cody Linley August 25, 2008. She then felt stomach pains during her performance on October 27, 2008, and was immediately taken to the hospital after her encore performance. Subsequently, Hough underwent surgery to remove her appendix, causing her to miss several appearances, but was replaced by Edita Slivinska. She returned to the show, although the pair were finally eliminated in the semi-finals. Hough appeared on the results show on November 12, jiveling to "Great Balls of Fire" with her brother for the "Design-A-Dance" contest.
She told Ryan Seacrest on his November 20, 2008 radio show that she would not return to Dancing with the Stars for the foreseeable future to continue her musical career. However, Julianne returned for the eighth season, collaborating with boyfriend at the time, country singer Chuck Wicks. They were eliminated in the eighth week of the competition and finished in sixth place. Julianne returned to Dancing with the Stars on October 11, 2011 and danced with her co-star Footloose. Kenny Wormald twice, also with my brother.
She then returned again on May 15, 2012 in a dance performance in support of her film Rock of Ages. Julianne was a guest judge in place of Len Goodman on October 7, 2013. This was the first time the former professional dancer had returned to judge. She returned as the show's permanent fourth judge in September 2014.
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Julianne's first acting role was in the 2001 feature film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, where she played the role of a "Hogwarts schoolgirl". She also appeared in the 2010 musical Burlesque with Cher and Christina Aguilera . Julianna plays a dancer named Georgia in the film, which is about a small-town girl (Aguilera) who finds success in a burlesque club in Los Angeles.
Her first leading role was as Ariel Moore in the 2011 Paramount remake of Footloose with Kenny Wormald as Ren McCormack. Filming began in September 2010. It was released on October 14, 2011. Julianna played the role of Sherry Christian in the 2012 film adaptation of the Broadway musical Rock of Ages. Tom Cruise , Catherine Zeta-Jones and Malin Akerman.
Hough filmed her lead role opposite Josh Duhamel in the 2012 romantic drama Safe Haven. Based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks , which was released on February 14, 2013. Julianna also starred in the comedy-drama Paradise as Lamb Mannerhelm, which was released on October 18, 2013. Hugh co-starred with Russell Brand, who previously starred opposite Hough in Rock of Ages. .
On January 31, 2016, she reprized the role of Sandy Young for Fox's live telecast of the musical Grease.
Her first country single "Will You Dance With Me" was released on iTunes and Wal-Mart in May 2007. He was called to raise money for the American Red Cross. The song peaked at number 100 on the Billboard Pop 100. Hough later signed with the Mercury Nashville division of Universal Music Group in Nashville.
Her self-titled debut album was recorded in Nashville and then produced by David Malloy, who worked with Reba McIntyre and Eddie Rabbitt, among others. Her album, which received mixed reviews, debuted at number one on the Top Country Albums chart on May 31, as well as number three on the Billboard 200. Her second single, and first single released to country radio, was "This Song in My Head".
She joined Brad Paisley's tour in 2008 with Jewel and Chuck Wicks. Julianne, Paisley and Willie Nelson appeared in the video for Snoop Dogg song "My Medicine".
In the fall of 2008, she also appeared in commercials for Juicy Fruit and released an EP of Christmas music called Sounds of the Season: The Julianne Hough Holiday Collection. Hough performed her second single "My Hallelujah Song" on Dancing With the Stars on November 18, 2008 along with her brother Derek Hough, Lacey and Mark Ballas Swimmers are dancing.
Julianne, LeAnn Rimes , Jessica Simpson , and Kelly Pickler announced their nominations for the Academy of Country Music Awards in February 2009. She was nominated for the Best New Female Vocalist award, a fan-voted award which she went on to win. Julianna won the Top New Artist award at the 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 5, 2009, and also released the single Is That So Wrong to country radio on June 21, 2010.
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Hough stands at a height of 1.6 m.
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She weighs 54 kg.
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Referring to Hough's personal blog and her daily food diary in People magazine, she starts her day with green juice, whether it's a pre-workout meal or breakfast while on tour, and regularly has smoothies as a snack, which she then considers as her afternoon pep instead of a cup of coffee.
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Hough has been diagnosed with endometriosis since 2008 and has made it public to help remove the stigma associated with the condition.
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Interviewer: In Rock of the Ages you play a girl who moves to Los Angeles in search of fame, but in real life you moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18 in search of glory. Did you also bring a suitcase full of records? Because it might seem like an impractical package, especially if you didn't bring a turntable with you.
JULIANNE HO: Well I was in the CD generation so when I moved to LA I think I probably brought my Shania Twain with me. Come on CD and that's it. But trust me, if I lived in the 80s, I would definitely go to record stores.
Interviewer: Your character in Rock of the Ages is stunned by rock star Tom Cruise's character. In fact, how did you treat him on set? Have you really become friends? Or is there something like "Hi, this is Tom Cruise"?
JULIANNE HO: I think my generation will always look up to him as Tom Cruise, the movie star. But as for Tom, he's super cool, and no matter how nervous I was when I watched a scene with him, then he would say how funny it was or what a great job I did. So it really gave me confidence. But at the same time, my first scene with him was when my character Sherry meets him for the first time and he says she has a cheerful heart when he grabs her breasts, so it was definitely quite real.
Interviewer: Tom Cruise got you to second base. What else will be written on your tombstone?
JULIANNE HO: It's great that I can say that now.
Interviewer: Was your boyfriend Ryan Seacrest jealous at all that you were doing this movie with Tom Cruise?
JULIANNE HO: No, not at all. But he came to the set a couple of times and...
Interviewer: Did he threaten to fight Tom?
JULIANNE HO: He said, "Wow, that's a little sexy!" There was one scene where we didn't go into the movie, but it was a really great dance/vocal number - "Rock You Like a Hurricane". It was in a strip club and I gave Tom a lap dance in that scene. The movie did better without it, so I understand why it was re-edited, but at the same time, I'm like, “Wait. I have to do it and it's not even in the movie? '
Interviewer: No doubt it will be on DVD. Rock of the Ages kind of reminds us of a time when pure male testosterone dominated the radio. Do you have anything to do with this kind of white male aggression in music?
JULIANNE HO: Well what I love about 80's rock music is the amazing, fantastic tunes. In pop it's all about the techno beat you can dance to in a club and the repetition, while in rock it's literally like singing and playing. I love it.
Interviewer: Did everyone in the movie sing in their own way?
There was one scene. . . in a strip club. My boyfriend came to the set and said, “Wow, this is a bit sexy! Julianne Hough
JULIANNE HO: Everyone sang every single thing and it was really cool. Alec Baldwin - he sang everything. I mean, even Paul Giamatti had to sing a couple of lines. One thing that I love so much about this movie is that so many different actors who are so good at what they do got a little bit vulnerable and out of their comfort zone and it brought out so many great things. I feel that everyone was excited and full of energy because they were learning new things.
Interviewer: There is one line in the movie where a fellow waitress warns your character that her boyfriend is about to become famous, and she says, "The spotlight not only lights them up, it makes us disappear." As an actor working in a world where so many people strive to be successful, has this issue affected your relationship? You are in a relationship with a man who also gets his share of the limelight. Did this phrase resonate with you and your experience at all?
JULIANNE HO: Yes, I think there will always be problems and people will attack you immodestly. But now it's so public that you have to be careful when you say hello or hug someone, because then someone will turn it into something else. So I think you're always much more careful. I started a relationship with a guy who had nothing to do with the business, and there was definitely something of a resentment going on. In the end, we thought it might be better for us to separate. In terms of my relationship with Ryan, we were really aware of these issues and are working very hard to maintain them.
Interviewer: One of your lines in the movie that made me laugh out loud is when you talk to your boyfriend and admit to working as a stripper and he says, "Well, I'm in a boy band," and you say, "You will win." I know you have a conservative upbringing. How did you feel about the stripper image? Is it embarrassing when your dad comes to see you at a movie like Rock of the Ages ?
JULIANNE HO: I think it would have been a lot harder for him if it wasn't for a musical. If it were a dramatic movie where I get really naked - take off my clothes and do something. My father understands this - I would say my family understands this - because this is a performance.
Interviewer: Actually, I thought your wardrobe was pretty conservative in this scene.
JULIANNE HO: But for the scene I did with Tom Cruise that got cut out, I was in bra and underwear, basically lap dancing with him, so my dad would probably love the cut scene.
Interviewer: Better buy all the DVDs before he gets them.
JULIANNE HO: But like I said, my dad understands that it's a profession and it's about work and what I love to do, and as long as I'm sane, he's fine.
Interviewer: Dancing With The Stars has retired. But I understand that at some point you were a little concerned about this show because you wanted to be taken seriously as an actor. When you look back at that fear, do you feel like it was stupid because it turned out to be such a big platform?
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JULIANNE HO: Absolutely. Many don't know this, but when Dancing With the Stars first asked me to be on the show, I said no because I wanted to act and be taken seriously. And I thought being on a reality show would hurt my credibility. But I have come to the conclusion that being on this show completely launched my career and gave me a family and a loyal audience. My biggest fear is that people think, “Oh, just because she was on Dancing With the Stars , she thinks she can act now. But I've been playing all my life, which people don't realize. I just didn't have the opportunities that I had with dancing.
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Julianne Hough is an American actress, singer and dancer. She gained wide popularity thanks to her participation in the TV project "Dancing with the Stars", in which she became the winner twice. Her dance performances received a Special Award for Outstanding Choreography at the 2015 Emmy Awards. Hough later said that her biography is like a well-written business plan:
“By the age of 18, I wanted to be a professional dancer, and the Dancing with the Stars project happened. At 19 I had to sing - and then my first album came out. And by the age of 22, I dreamed of being a famous actress - this happened too. ”
Childhood and youth
Julianna was born in the small town of Orem, which is a suburb of the capital of Utah. Father Bruce Hough was chairman of the state Republican Party. Mom Marianna was engaged in housekeeping and raising children, whom she had five. Julianne is the youngest.
Older brother Derek also became a professional dancer and performed on Dancing with the Stars. The girl also had three sisters - Shari, Maribeth and Katherine. The family belonged to the Latter Day Saint denomination and observed the traditions and rituals of the Mormons.
Since both of Julianna's grandparents were ballroom dancers, all the children of the family went through a dance school. Little Jule began studying at a performing arts studio in her hometown and soon competed in the Latin American program.Dancing Julianne Hough and her brother Derek
When the girl was 10 years old, her parents divorced. Julianne and Derek moved to London to continue their dance lessons with renowned dance teachers Corky and Shirley Ballas. In England, the brother and sister became friends with the son of their teachers Mark and created their own musical trio "2B1G", which stands for "2 boys and 1 girl".
The team performed at several television competitions and during intermissions at dance championships. In England, Hough attended the Academy of Theater Arts, where she first came into contact with the profession of an actress.
When the girl turned 15, she becomes the youngest ever winner of the international dance championship in Blackpool in two categories at once - among juniors and among youth.
After this success, Julianne suddenly felt empty. She became homesick, so she gave up her career as a professional dancer and moved to Las Vegas, where her mother then lived. There, Hough studied at a senior comprehensive school for a year, after which she went to Utah to her father and completed her education there.
Julianne Hough first appeared on television in 2006 in the entertainment show Show Me the Money. And the following year, she was invited to the 4th season of the popular TV show Dancing with the Stars. Julianna's partner was the Olympic speed skating champion Apolo Anton Ono. According to the results of the program, the couple took 1st place.Dancing with the Stars - Julianne Hough and Apolo Anton Ono
Julianna repeated this success the next season, when she danced with Brazilian racing driver Elio Castroneves. The girl participated in 5 seasons of the Dancing with the Stars project. In 2009In a year, her partner was the American comedian Adam Carolla, a year later, the musician and actor Cody Linley. After that, Hough planned to leave the project, but did not refuse the 8th season, where she performed with country singer Chuck Wicks.
This was the artist's last performance as a contestant. She later returned as a guest star and performed at galas, including jive dancing with her brother Hough to the legendary "Great Balls of Fire". Since September 2014, Julianne has become an additional 4th judge on the show.
Julianne planned to focus on her music career back in 2007 when she released the single "Will You Dance With Me" as a charity gesture. All proceeds from the sale of the disc, which hit No. 100 on the famous Billboard chart, went to the Red Cross. But then the dance career did not give enough time to music.Julianne Hough - Will You Dance With Me
A year later, the aspiring singer signs a contract with the representative office of the Universal Music Group in Nashville and releases her debut album "Julianne Hough" on this label.
The record, which was recorded in country style, reached number 3 in the US charts. The best song of the album "That Song in My Head" hit the top twenty of the charts at the end of the year, and is also included in the compilation album "Now That's What I Call Country", which collected the brightest country hits of the last decade.Julianne Hough - That Song in My Head
At the end of 2008, as is customary among American musicians, Julianne Hough released a record of Christmas carols Sounds of the Season: The Julianne Hough Holiday Collection. This work was also warmly received by the audience. It had strong first-week sales and peaked at No. 24 on the Billboard chart at the end of the year.
Apart from this album, the singer presented the single "My Hallelujah Song", which she recorded in a quartet with her brother Derek Hough, childhood friend Mark Ballas, and dancer Lacey Schwimmer.Julianne Hough - My Hallelujah Song
The song "Is That So Wrong", which was released in 2010 and is Julianne's last musical work so far, was supposed to be a promotional single for the next Wildfire album.
The release of the new disc was planned for the end of 2010, then it was postponed and has not yet been released, although all the songs have already been recorded and mixed. The lyric composition "Is That So Wrong", according to the singer herself, she wrote under the influence of a break in relations with her boyfriend Chuck Wicks.
Julianne Hough tried her hand at filmmaking at the age of 13, when she lived in London. The girl appeared in the filming of the 1st part of the famous fantasy "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone". In the credits, she appears as a "Hogwarts student".Julianne Hough (frame from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone)
The bright musical Burlesque with Christina Aguilera and Cher in the lead roles, which was released in 2010, became the second point in the filmography. The actress not only played the Georgia neo-burlesque club singer, but also sang in the film herself. True, her recordings were not included in the soundtrack.
Another musical project is an adaptation of the Broadway production of Rock of Ages. Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Catherine Zeta-Jones became partners in the film, and the film turned out to be light, in a good way naive and romantic. In the soundtrack album, Julianne Hough performed 12 songs out of 20.Julianne Hough (a shot from the film "Burlesque")
The painting "Free" is also about music. The actress, along with Dennis Quaid, Miles Teller and Andie MacDowell, recreated the events that took place in Elmore City, Oklahoma. In this city, until the early 80s, public dancing was under the strictest ban.
The local church and residents were categorically opposed on religious grounds, considering such entertainment immoral. The situation was reversed by the graduates of the school, who organized a holiday that was remembered for a lifetime. Even now, Elmore is celebrating the anniversary of the lifting of the ban on dancing, holding parades, contests, and trying to coincide with this day of meeting classmates.Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel (Still from the film "Safe Haven")
However, the actress starred not only in musical films. On her account is the melodrama "Safe Haven" based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. Here Hough embodied the image of a woman suffering from the cruelty of her husband named Katie Feldman, who runs away from home and, under a different identity, tries to start life anew. The main idea of the film was the postulate:
"Your past is not as important as your efforts for the future."
In the comedy drama The Lamb of God, Julianna plays the main role of a woman who has lost her faith in the Almighty. The heroine decides not to restrain her desires anymore and goes to Las Vegas, which she considers to be a place of debauchery, big money and complete freedom. On the way, an internal metamorphosis takes place with her, the realization of the wrongness of some actions comes, faith returns.Octavia Spencer and Julianne Hough (frame from the movie "The Lamb of God")
Hough's character in the horror film Crooked Line is a young bride who becomes a prisoner of a maniac on her way to her own wedding. The girl almost loses her leg, saves her own life and the life of a little girl, and tries to kill her pursuer. But the finale of the tape is such that the viewer is not completely sure whether she succeeded. Julianne's on-screen sister was played by Australian actress Penelope Mitchell, star of The Vampire Diaries.
The comedy "Grandfather of Easy Virtue" brought the actress a nomination for "Golden Raspberry" for her supporting role. The participation of Dermot Mulroney, Robert De Niro and Zac Efron did not save the picture of a lover of a bachelor lifestyle from devastating criticism.
In the summer of 2008, Julianna began an affair with country singer Chuck Wicks, for which she stayed for one more season in the Dancing with the Stars project. The relationship lasted a little over a year. Hough later dated TV presenter Ryan Seacrest for 3 years, but the couple broke up in March 2013.
Julianna found happiness in her personal life in 2014, when mutual friends introduced her to hockey star Brooks Like. The last club chosen was the NHL "Los Angeles Kings". In the summer of 2015, the couple announced their engagement - posted the same photos on Instagram with the corresponding comment.
The celebration was celebrated in the summer of 2017 for 3 days - first at the hotel, then on the lake in Idaho. Among the guests was actress Nina Dobrev, a close friend of Hough. Brother Derek, as expected, was the best man, and Julianna's pets, dogs Harley and Lexi, brought the rings.
The actress and dancer has a slender figure: weight - 53 kg, height - 160 cm. 0003
“I didn’t want to look different that day at all.”
Julianne Hough now
In 2018, the sports biopic More, dedicated to the founders of the fitness industry, Ben and Joe Weider, was released. On their advice, Arnold Schwarzenegger moved to America and began to climb the sports Olympus. Hough appeared in the film as Jo's wife. This role was played by Tyler Hoechlin, familiar to viewers from the Supergirl comic series and the erotic drama Fifty Shades Freed.Calum von Moger and Julianne Hough (frame from the movie "More")
The paparazzi circulated on the Web pictures from the set, where Julianna flaunted in a swimsuit and flirted with her on-screen husband. In the photo, the girl is very similar to Marilyn Monroe, the same platinum blonde with curls, although before that Hough wore a bob haircut.
The actress announced on her Facebook and Twitter pages that she was invited to be on the America's Got Talent! I'm sure the new season will blow your mind.