Friday, January 8, 2016

Julianne Hough on the February 2016 Cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine

Julianne Hough shows off her great figure as the February 2016 cover star of Cosmopolitan magazine. On the cover which was shot by Matt Jones, Julianne works her frame in a black & silver beaded swimsuit which was topped off with blown layered waves and a pink lip. In the issue she talks her public break-up, how she met her fiance, on wanting to be known as a actress & singer and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Julianne's feature, visit and pick up a copy on newsstand on January 12th.

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On not wanting to be known for the very thing that propelled her to superstardom:
"If someone told me they hadn't seen Dancing With the Stars, I would say, 'Oh, good!' Everything I was getting was amazing, but I felt like, I'm so much more than this. I want to be respected as a singer and an actress." 

On how she met fiancé Brooks Laich through Masters of Sex star Teddy Sears: 
"I did a horror movie that never got released. I'm convinced the only reason I was meant to do that movie was to meet my fiancé. Six years prior, Teddy Sears, my co-star, tried to invite Brooks — who was a good friend of his — to visit him in L.A. Brooks, who knows nothing about pop culture, joked, 'What are you going to do — hook me up with that Juicy Fruit starlet?' He'd seen the commercial and was like, 'Where do I meet a girl like that?' I was the girl in the commercial! Teddy remembered that comment and texted Brooks, 'You're never going to guess who I'm doing a movie with.'"

On her long-distance relationship and whether she and her fiancé have phone sex: 
"Oh, for sure. But I'm really bad at it … I'll get halfway through and start laughing. It's an art. I applaud people who are good at it. They need to come and help me keep a straight face!"

On going through a breakup in the public eye (with Ryan Seacrest): 
"I definitely hated that everyone had an opinion about what I was going through. At the time, I was constantly running and touring, which sometimes looked like I was totally fine and couldn't care less, which wasn't the truth. But it was my form of being able to deal."

Credit: Cosmopolitan

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