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Julianne HoughJulianne Hough is one of two two-time winners of Dancing With The Stars, and she did it in her first two appearances on the show. In her Season 4 debut, she and Olympic speed-skater Apolo Anton Ohno finished first, and in Season 5, she partnered with Indy Car driver Helio Castroneves to win the title.

Julianne grew up in Utah before moving to England to train with future fellow DWTS pro Corky Ballas and his wife. She partnered with Corky's son and future DWTS castmate Mark Ballas to win several dance competitions, including the Junior World Latin Championship in 2003.

Julianne is now pursuing a country music career, and her first album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard country chart in May 2008. She initially said she would be skipping Season 8 of DWTS to focus on her music career, but was indeed included in the lineup, partnered with her boyfriend, country singer Chuck Wicks. They finished sixth overall.

Julianne will indeed be skipping Season 9
in order to tour and promote her music.

JULIANNE HOUGH ON DANCING WITH THE STARS

Partner Finish Best score Worst score Avg score
Season 4 Apolo Anton Ohno 1st 30 21 27.5
Season 5 Helio Castroneves 1st 30 23 27.1
Season 6 Adam Carolla 9th 21 15 18.5
Season 7 Cody Linley 4th 28 18 22.6
Season 8 Chuck Wicks 6th 27 20 23.2

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Julianne Hough and Helio Castroneves

Season 5 champions Julianne Hough and Helio Castroneves
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Julianne Hough and Adam Carolla

Julianne Hough and Adam Carolla

JULIANNE HOUGH VIDEOS | MORE VIDEOS FEATURING JULIANNE HOUGH


Chuck Wicks and Julianne Hough: Cha Cha Cha


Apolo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough: Final Round Samba



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