Aside from a couple films set for release later this year, Julianne Hough’s latest project is “Grease: Live,” which is set to air on Fox on January 31. Julianne will play lead role of Sandy Dumbrowski.
We have a feeling she’s in NYC to do some promotional for the upcoming television production. These photos from earlier today show the famous dancer smiling for the papz as she arrived back at her hotel.
Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures; Pictured: Amber Valletta, Christina Milian, Julianne Hough, Kat Graham, and Lea Michele
Here are more ladies who caught our eye walking the red carpet at the 42nd Annual People’s Choice Awards. The star-studded award show, which is famous for letting the fans vote for the winners (riiight!), was held at the Microsoft Theatre in Hollywood. Check out the full list of winners.
We’re going to assume Nina Dobrev followed through on the music industry’s unspoken rule that if you’re not a part of the industry, you have to keep it classy on the red carpet. Although we can’t say the same about Nina’s AMAs BFF Julianne Hough.
Both ladies arrived together, sat next to each other during the showcase and naturally, they partied together following the event. Nina ditched the white outfit she wore on the red carpet for a far sexier dress for a night out.
And, for those of you who missed the film (which probably most of you when you account for sales figures), directly below is a short clip of Nina working her mojo alongside co-star Damon Wayans, Jr..
The overriding theme of the outfits was the usual—legs, butts & dangerously low-cut tops, so there was really no big surprise. With that in hand, we’re highlighting the leggy outfits from last night that caught our eye. Make sure to choose your favorite in the poll below.
Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures; Pictured: Julianne Hough, Ellie Goulding, Hailee Steinfeld, Ariana Grande and Serayah McNeill
Miranda Kerr was one of the sexiest women in attendance—even with that ugly belt—but there were plenty of other ladies who packed Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills last night at the 22nd Annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards. We’ve rounded up a batch of a few of our favorites, so we hope you guys enjoy the collection.
Who’s on your top 5 list?
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News; Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Abigail Spencer, and Bella Heathcote
Here’s Hollywood-exec-plaything Julianne Hough working her mojo while out & about Beverly Hills with friends. It’s odd that Julianne is holding out and not biting on the many offers she probably gets from various Hollywood execs.
You’d think that, by now, she’d suck it up and settle down with a suit after failing to deliver on the big screen with one of her recent films, but this woman has tremendous focus, and not to mention, confidence in herself. Then again, it’s also possible that she simply has a lot of money stashed away—so much so that she doesn’t need to tap a sugar daddy…just yet. We’re pretty sure the day will come, but by then, she might be old news, so Julianne better play her cards a lil’ more intelligently…
Julianne Hough was interviewed by Mario Lopez for the television show “Extra” at Universal Studios. Julianne is back with ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars” as a permanent 4th judge this season which premieres on September 15th. Those competing include Bethany Mota, Randy Couture, Janel Parrish, Tommy Chong, Lea Thompson and Carlton Banks (Alfonso Ribeiro). The new season premieres on September 15th. Visit “Dancing With The Stars” on ABC for more information.
Nina Dobrev and Julianne Hough were amongst those who attended the Let’s Be Cops Los Angeles premiere. The film stars Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans, Jr. as two friends who pretend to be LAPD. The film also co-stars Andy García, Rob Riggle, Keegan-Michael Key and James D’Arcy, along with Nina. Look for it in theaters on August 13th. Visit Let’s Be Cops for more info.
Julianne Hough was seen wearing some really short shorts while stopping by a studio in Burbank. In fact, Julianne’s shorts were so short she had to keep adjusting them as she walked. Much respect to the dudes who invented those types of workout shorts and convinced women to buy them!