Julianne Hough wore a plunging yellow gown on the DWTS premiere Monday night — and everyone noticed. Sitting on the judge’s panel for a second season, Hough looked lovely in the bright-colored ballgown, which was perfect for the occasion. According to Mail Online, Hough made quite the impression with her spring-inspired look.
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“Julianne wore a spaghetti strap neon yellow gown, which featured a deeply plunging front and a shimmering belt around the waist. The attention-grabbing dress — which also featured a low-cut back — then flared out into a flowing skirt. Her blonde locks were styled into a dramatic updo, with a few wisps of hair falling down on either side of the star’s face.”
Julianne Hough’s plunging yellow gown had DWTS fans talking, but so did Carrie Ann Inaba’s dress. The feisty brunette wore a floor-length black gown that had a zebra print. Inaba’s gown also featured a plunging neckline, and she, too, looked smokin’ hot. The men on the panel — Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli — were dapper in suits, and looked thrilled to be back in the ballroom with a new cast of stars. This very well may be the last season that the four are together, as Len is reportedly hanging up his Dancing With The Stars judging shoes.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Goodman says that he wants to spend time with his family, and that he’s planning on doing so after Season 20.
“Next year … I’m not going to do the American show … I’ve got to have a bit of time off. I’ve got my wife … my son, my mother is still alive and she’s in hospital. I’ve had virtually no time to go and visit her. So, I just need a bit of time off to get on with a normal life … I’m doing the spring [season] … and that’s going to be my last one,” Len said before the new year.
According to Glamour, there is already a lot going on in the ballroom this season. There is at least one rumored hook-up (yes, already), and almost everyone is on the same playing field. For the most part, the stars earned sixes and sevens, which gives everyone a fair chance at moving forward. One of the 12 couples will be sent home next Monday night.
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