Julianne Hough has proved herself to be a triple threat.
She first rose to fame during her five-season stint as a professional on Dancing With The Stars, which she won twice.
Hough decided to leave the show to focus on starting a country music career, which was very successful. She won the ACM Awards for Best New Female Vocalist and Top New Artist in 2009.
While working on her sophomore album, Hough transitioned her focus to acting. In 2011, she landed the lead in the remake of Footloose and booked Rock of Ages the next year, followed by starring in the Nicholas Sparks' adaptation, Safe Haven.
She went back to the ballroom to judge the past two season of DWTS, starred as Sandy in Fox's Grease: Live, and embarked on a world tour with her brother, Derek.
She is currently taking a break from DWTS to focus on other projects including her new activewear line and planning her wedding to hockey player Brooks Laich.
We may be getting more announcements on her other future projects soon because it was revealed Wednesday (April 20) that she signed with a new talent agency. She was previously signed to Creative Artists Agency and is now on William Morris Endeavor Entertainment's roster.
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