RETURN! VIEWERS REQUEST! Watch the lovely Julianne Hough in her 1st appearance on SIDEWALKS, back in 2010.
Video Content: Julianne Hough (2010):
Interviewed by host Cindy Rhodes, Julianne talked about how she was discovered for the “Dancing with The Stars” TV show and her first country album. Additionally, she answered some fan questions. As part of promotional tour, Julianne told us about a new series of on-line videos that feature her “Girls’ Night Out” and reveal beauty secrets and dance tips.
Born in Orem, Utah and raised in Sandy, Utah, Julianne Hough is multi-talented. She is a dancer, singer and actress. She became well known as one of the pro dancers on ABC’s “Dancing with The Stars.” Julianne won the competition twice with celebrity dancers Olympics Gold metal speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno and Indy race champion Helio Castroneves. In addition to dancer, her self-titled debut album hit the Billboard Country charts at #1 and the Billboard 200 at #3 in 2008, marking the highest debut for a country artist since 2006. Her first two singles from that album, “That Song in My Head” and “My Hallelujah Song,” soared up the country charts ~ earning JULIANNE her first two 2009 Academy of Country Music Awards for Top New Female Vocalist and Top New Artist. She released a second album called “The Julianne Hough Holiday Collection.” Acting is on resume, too. Julianne is cast as Georgia in the dramatic musical “Burlesque,” co-starring Cher, Christina Aguilera, Stanley Tucci, Eric Dane, Kristen Bell, and Cam Gigandet. She also starred in 2011’s “Footloose.” As a choreographer, Julianne collaborated with Gwen Stefani on the singer’s “Wind It Up” video. In 2009, Julianne starred in her first fitness DVD “Cardio Ballroom,” the first in a series designed to motivate exercise novices and enthusiasts on the dance floor. Julianne is also active in a range of philanthropic endeavors, charities, and humanitarian efforts ~including the Susan G. Komen Foundation, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, and Clothes Off Our Back ~ and serves on the American Red Cross Cabinet.
Recorded: May 24, 2010
Videographer (for Cindy Rhodes): Ray Alvarado
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Caress and Shana Davick and Liv Davick, a Publicity and Production Boutique, Inc.