100 Days of Jules, Day 10: Julianne Sings "I’ve Just Had Sex" In Front of Her Brother

Ok then.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

I’m not lying. Watch for yourself.

100 Days of Jules, Day 9: She Has Seen The Book of Mormon — Twice!

Julianne was raised Mormon.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

In an interview for Safe Haven, before the interview “officially” starts, Julianne Hough is talking about Steve Young, a football player who played for the 49ers. Julianne says she grew up watching him because she grew up LDS. (I looked up the correlation and Steve Young is the “great-great-great-grandson of Brigham Young, the second president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,” according to Wikipedia.)

Josh Duhamel, Julianne’s co-star in Safe Haven, doesn’t know what LDS is and Julianne simply says, “Mormon.” Then in a hick accent while moving her arms in a giddy-up fashion, she says “Latter-day Saints.” Not sure why but maybe she’s just uncomfortable?

“Haven’t you seen The Book of Mormon on Broadway,” she asks Josh.

Josh clearly hasn’t and clearly wishes he was dead.

“It’s so inappropriate on so many levels, but it’s so good,” Julianne continues. She adds that she has seen it twice. Wow!

Josh is clearly confused because I’m not sure he even knows what a Mormon is, much less ever been to a Broadway play.

100 Days of Jules, Day 8: "What is the point of it all?" Kinrgy!

Insightful.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

During an Instagram Live a few days ago, Gwyneth Paltrow (you know her from “conscious uncoupling”) talked to Julianne Hough (you know her from this blog) from Paltrow’s goop account (goop sells candles that smell like Gwyneth’s vagina). Julianne explained what her movement Kinrgy is about (still not clear) and she also thanked Paltrow for being a “pioneer” (still not sure for what).

Julianne also told Gwyneth that during isolation (without her husband), Julianne has been asking herself the hard questions.

“This has really had me ask those same questions. Like, what’s the point of it all? If I’m just like … And by the way, those are some heavy questions. Like, what is the point? What is all of this for? Do I belong here? I’ve had some really deep questions that I have been asking myself. Like even being in Hollywood and all of the … the press and everything. What is it all for? What is this? But then of course as I have that conversation with myself, I think, oh, there’s a bigger play here. There’s a bigger purpose and that’s me coming back to this and then obviously Kinrgy with which we’re going to talk about. But, yeah, there is purpose, but sometimes you have to ask those really deep questions.”

I think she just told us Kinrgy is the point of it all but not totally sure.

100 Days of Jules, Day 7: Jules’ Mission Statement

Didn’t know we needed a mission statement.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

In an interview with Lewis Howes, (a man I do not know but who seriously needs to keep it in his pants when interviewing our dear Jules), Jules tells him what her mission statement in life is.
“The purpose of my life is to be an infectious light of love and joy, to celebrate the little things, and to inspire others to embrace their true essence,” she says.

What is your mission statement?

100 Days of Jules, Day 6: "My music has felt like my biggest failure."

How could she say that about her short-lived country music career?

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

This is shocking and not at all shocking at the same damn time. In a 2018 interview with a beefy man who really thinks Julianne and hubby Brooks are like gods (???), Julianne humbly tells a story about inspiring a man to come out as gay.

She says the man told her that her song “My Hallelujah Song” inspired him to come out to his family and friends. He also listened to that song every morning on the treadmill and eventually lost 60 pounds, revealing the man he was meant to be.

Julianne cries when she tells this story because according to her, her music was her “biggest failure.”

“I need everybody to know this,” she says. “My music has felt like my biggest failure.”

She says she compared herself and didn’t get what she thought she should have (a gold record, lol?), so instead of continuing to make more (country) music, she went back to what she knew was safe (competing on Dancing With The Stars with her boyfriend).

Why this is not shocking: Because Julianne Hough isn’t exactly a country music icon and unless you’re me, you probably don’t know any of her music.

Why this is shocking: Julianne actually didn’t have a bad music career (in my opinion). I’m not sure what she ranked on the charts and I’m too lazy to look it up, but in like 2008, she toured with Brad Paisley (where she met her then-boyfriend Chuck Wicks) and then in 2009, she won Top New Artist at the ACMs. After that, she basically left country music and went on the eighth season of Dancing With The Stars, where her goofy, uncoordinated boyfriend, Chuck Wicks, served as her “star” partner. Their chemistry and dancing was so hot, fans probably couldn’t take it because they didn’t even make it to the finals.

Then in 2010, Julianne tried country music again and released the song “Is That So Wrong.” CMT pulled the music video and Julianne claimed it was because it was “too racy,” but CMT says it was because of contract negotiations. (In the video, she does a pirouette while taking off her shirt. The music video is extremely hard to find, but I did find it, you’re welcome). The next time Julianne sang a song of her own was on America’s Got Talent stage, where she sang her song “Transform.”

If you don’t know, country music kind of peaked in 2009, especially with white blondes. Taylor Swift was really hot that year; it was right after her Grammy-winning Fearless was released. Miranda Lambert was also new on the scene. Carrie Underwood was doing things. And even Broadway star Laura Bell Bundy was singing and dancing and being blonde.

(Oh my god, I forgot about Kellie Pickler!!!!)

(Oh my god, and Jessica Simpson, too!!!!)

So yes, maybe Julianne compared herself too much to the other blondes in the country music circuit, but I can’t get over winning Top New Artist and still not thinking your music career is good enough!!!!!

100 Days of Jules, Day 5: Something Happened in Jules’ Childhood and She Won’t Spell It Out

Just spit it out, Julianne.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

If you’ve kept up with Julianne Hough as much as I have (you haven’t), then you know something happened in her childhood. I know this because she alludes to it often, yet never comes out and says it. This is frustrating for me, do you understand?

In this hourlong interview that yes, I did watch, Jules tells the beefy host that when she moved to London when she was 10, Mark Ballas’ mother and father trained her and her brother, Derek Hough, in ballroom dancing. Something bad happened, but she doesn’t say what. She does say that she has talked to all parties involved since then, but we don’t know why.

“I would go through things that maybe were not a good thing. Things that maybe weren’t necessarily the best for a 13-year-old at the time,” she says.

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“Obviously now, like, I see some things that should have shifted and shouldn’t have happened, but I now see the benefits of them.”

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In 2014, Jules told Cosmo magazine that while in London, she was abused “mentally, physically, everything.”

This is all confusing, considering she says she understands the “benefits” of the abuse?

100 Days of Jules, Day 2: Does Jules Get Botox?

Everyone has so many opinions.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

I asked the above question one day on Instagram (@paginaskinner if you want to follow me, but no pressure, I want you to live your life the way you want to live it). Well actually, I didn’t necessarily ask that question. I congratulated Jules on not getting botox and that’s when my DMs lit up (five people DMed me). The consensus was: She most definitely 100 percent gets Botox, it’s just worn off since quarantine began.


And that might be true. I’m not claiming to be a Botox expert. But the conversation didn’t end with Botox. A fan (read: follower) DMed me and said she believes Jules also gets lip fillers. And then someone else said they believe she gets fillers under her eyes. And then one person told me she believes Jules gets a bunch of other things done, like cheek fillers and jawline slimming. I say: I really don’t know. If you’ve ever seen Jules’ mother, then you know she comes from good genes. That’s why I believe the plastic surgery is at a minimum. However, everyone gets plastic surgery (I don’t, I’m naturally this good looking), so it would not surprise me. However, I am not sure and that is why this entire blog is a question mark. What do you think? Please Google images of Julianne Hough and her mother and examine everything. I will not post any of the photos because I do not want to get sued for copyright. Thank you.

100 Days of Jules, Day 1: Brooks Is No Longer Wearing His Ring

Welp.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

Julianne (Jules) Hough, Dancing With The Stars champ and Kinrgy CEO, has hit an alleged rough patch with her husband (?) of some years, Brooks Laich (pronounced “like”). Jules stopped wearing her ring a few months ago and Brooks has stopped wearing his in the last month.

If that isn’t bad, the two are also not quarantining together. Jules is in LA leading Kinrgy sessions every week (more on that later) and Brooks took the dog to Idaho and has been spending 12 hours a day outside (I learned that factoid when I listened to 12 minutes of his and Gavin DeGraw’s god-awful podcast, no I will not link it because I have self-respect).

A few months ago, Jules’ two little Lady and the Tramp dogs died and fans were never given an explanation (I suspect coyotes). So now with those dogs out of her life and Koda (a husky) in Idaho, who is Jules snuggling with at night? Could it be the man she was seen out walking with recently (I’m told he played the prince from one of those wardrobe movies I have never seen). (I just Googled his name and it’s Ben Barnes.) Maybe she’s snuggling with nobody? What do you think? Please tell me.