Talk about awkward!
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It's Julianne Hough's big day!
The Dancing with the Stars judge turns 27 today and she can still bust a move! The blonde beauty may have moved from her spot on stage to a seat behind the judges' table, but that doesn't mean she has to sit still!
We're celebrating Julianne's birthday by taking a look at her five best performances on the ABC reality competition show!
Ch-ch-check them out (below)!
TV casting… happens so fa-ast!
Actually, it's been over a year since Fox first announced their Grease: Live! musical, so it's taken quite a while to get the perfect Danny Zuko.
And the best choice was… Aaron Tveit!
Playing Kenickie — and romancing Vanessa Hudgens ' Rizzo — will be Big Time Rush star
However, months went by without any mention of the photogenic twosome.
Well according to sources, the Almost Famous thespian and the dancer are not only back on… they've been secretly getting hot and heavy for a while!
On May 26, the couple were joined by sister Julianne Hough and her boyfriend Brook Laich at the U2 concert at The Forum in Inglewood, CA.
An eyewitness said:
Wild nights are calling!
At least Julianne was wearing underwear, though — a nipple showing is way less embarrassing than someone's bare crotch!
Her boyfriend Brooks Laich didn't notice the 26-year-old's nip slip either, otherwise we're sure he would've lent a hand to cover it! Ha!
Despite the clothing glitch, Jules looked pretty fab with her t-strap pumps and tousled hair!
[Image via Ginsburg Spaly.]
What a grand finale!
And if that wasn't enough, Sia was there live singing her hit song Elastic Heart to give the soundtrack to the duo's performance (above).
Sia, of course, appeared with her face covered as she's been known to want to keep her privacy, but it didn't take away from the AH-Mazing performance she gave!
As per usual, Julianne and Derek were both absolutely incredible and we wouldn't expect anything less! The Houghs had a little help from mini versions of themselves that they paralleled on stage next to them.
Sia's song was a hauntingly beautiful soundtrack to each pair's struggles they showed through their interpretive dance.
Ch-ch-check out the amazing performance for yourself (above)!