Julianne Hough is leaving ‘Dancing With The Stars,’ and HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY that’s she ready to take on A-list movie roles after the success of ‘Grease: Live.’ But will she come back to the show? Here’s the scoop.
Julianne Hough, 27, won’t be returning to the judges’ table for season 22 of Dancing With The Stars. The Grease: Live star is ready to make a big statement and become a huge movie star, HollywoodLife.com has found out EXCLUSIVELY. Is she done with Dancing With The Stars for good? Find out now!
Winter came late, but it’s here — so you need new TV to watch. Luckily, Hulu just revealed its slate for February, which is filled with both TV hits and epic movies (Hello, ‘Scream 3!).
We know; there’s a ton of TV and movies out right now that are really good that you can’t miss. Well, here’s a lot more. Hulu’s February slate is packed full of a ton of new shows — from the premiere season of Lifetime’s new guilty pleasure, UnREAL, to new episodes of TGIT shows like Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy, here’s the full lineup.
‘Grease: Live’ wasn’t just fantastic — it was breathtakingly phenomenal. A new classic. And impressively, the outstanding performances by Vanessa Hudgens, Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, Keke Palmer and Carly Rae Jepsen have just MADE their careers.
Sorry, Grease: Live naysayers, you have nothing to say this morning: Vanessa Hudgens, Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, Keke Palmer and Carly Rae Jepsen all just gave performances last night, Jan 31, that should make them household names. John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John and Stockard Channing propelled the original 1978 Grease film into a must-watch movie for many generations. Now, Grease: Live needs to be rewatched over and over to fully absorb and appreciate the genius of this new group of stars.
Julianne Hough’s biggest fan was watching her slay during ‘Grease: Live’ on Jan. 31. Her brother, Derek Hough, was ‘straight up emotional’ while gushing over his sister’s performance as Sandy. Click to watch the touching video!
Three cheers for Julianne Hough, 27! She totally nailed it as Sandy in Grease: Live, especially in the eyes of her brother, Derek Hough, 30. Derek was hopelessly devoted to his sister, rooting on Julianne throughout her big night!
Worlds collide! ‘Grease: Live’ was performed on the same lot where ‘Fuller House’ was filmed and Andrea Barber (aka Kimmy Gibler) was quick to point out that Boyz II Men was seated on the Netflix series’ steps in one scene. How cool!?
Andrea Barber just totally filled us in on a fun little tidbit regarding Fuller House‘s connection to the Jan. 31 performance of Grease: Live! Both shows were filmed on the Warner Brothers lot in Los Angeles, and Kimmy Gibler totally spotted that her show’s set was shown on television during Grease — and Boyz II Men was sitting right on it!
This is just so cute! Taylor Swift and Gigi Hadid had a girls night to watch ‘Grease: Live’ and they were singing along on their Snapchats! We just love how they were watching along with the rest of us!
While everyone was on their couches watching Grease:Live, so were your favorite stars. Gigi Hadid went to Taylor Swift‘s house for a fun viewing party with just the two of them. As we watched and sang along with songs like “Grease Lightning,” and “Hopelessly Devoted,” so did Taylor and Gigi!
Aw! Austin Butler couldn’t stop gushing over girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens on Twitter during her performance as Rizzo in ‘Grease: Live’ on Jan. 31! He called his lady love ‘brilliant’ and said she brought tears to his eyes!
Vanessa Hudgens, 27, has one supportive boyfriend! Austin Butler, 24, couldn’t stop raving about Vanessa’s performance during the Jan. 31 production of Grease: Live, which happened just one day after her father passed away. Austin was completely floored by her epic rendition of “There Are Worse Things I Could Do.” Check out his sweet tweets now!
Wow, ‘Grease: Live’ totally surpassed our expectations and they were just as good as the original 1978 musical, if not better! From ‘Summer Nights’ to ‘Hopelessly Devoted’ — we have all the performances right here for you to watch!
Grease: Live was unbelievable. We were so impressed with Julianne Hough as Sandy, Vanessa Hudgens as Rizzo and can we please talk about Aaron Tveit as Danny Zuko?! FOX really brought the heat — it has to be our favorite live TV musical ever! But in case you missed the show or want to relive the amazing performances over and over, we have all the videos below!
Vanessa Hudgens’ late father was definitely smiling watching his girl tonight! She nailed her performance in ‘Grease: Live’ on Jan. 31, even though her father had passed away just 24 hours before the live show — and after the show, Fox paid tribute to him. See it here!
Vanessa Hudgens proved just how strong she was during her Grease: Live performance on Jan. 31 — and made her dad, Greg Hudgens, so proud. She revealed before taking the stage that the show would be dedicated to him — and right at the end, the network nodded their hat to him.
OMG! ‘Grease: Live’ was so incredible, but we picked out the top five BEST moments of the entire show.
‘Grease: Live’ kicked off — in the rain — and let me just say, it was electrifying. No seriously. So, who rocked their roles the best and which songs hit all the right notes?
From the minute that Julianne Hough and Aaron Tveit‘s Sandy and Danny parted ways on the beach in front of the green screen, and Jessie J took on “Grease (Is the Word),” Grease: Live became a hit — and it happened real fast.
Could Vanessa Hudgens make a more perfect Rizzo? She absolutely nailed her performances of ‘Look At Me, I’m Sandra Dee’ and ‘There Are Worse Things I Could Do’ in ‘Grease: Live,’ despite coping with the tragic loss of her father just one day before the show. Check out clips here!
When Vanessa Hudgens said she was going to do Grease: Live in her dad’s honor, she must have meant that she’d bring her A-game because she was unbelievable! Vanessa, 27, perfectly channeled her character, the Pink Ladies leader Betty Rizzo, throughout the entire show — but when she sang both “Look At Me, I’m Sandra Dee” and “There Are Worse Things I Could Do,” she could’ve practically fooled us as the original!
No one was Frenchy like Didi Conn — she rocked the perfect pink hair, gave the perfect pep talks and was just an all around great BFF. And the OG returned for ‘Grease: Live!’
Just one day after Vanessa Hudgens tragically lost her father to cancer, she still performed in ‘Grease: Live’ to honor him. But if it weren’t for the support of her loving boyfriend, Austin Butler, Vanessa’s decision to stick with it might not have been so simple. Get the EXCLUSIVE details here!
Grease: Live held a special place in Vanessa Hudgens‘ heart from the moment she was cast as Rizzo, but it has even more meaning to her as it is her way of honoring her dad, Greg Hudgens, who sadly passed away the night before the big show. How did Vanessa, 27, find the strength to still be part of Grease: Live amidst dealing with such a devastating loss? Her boyfriend, Austin Butler!
How sweet! The original Sandy from ‘Grease’ wrote a very supportive message to the cast of ‘Grease: Live.’ Click inside to see what Olivia Newton-John wrote!
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