Dancing siblings Julianne and Derek Hough wowed the crowd with their singing during their 2017 “Move Beyond: Live Tour.”
A video snippet of their musical performance surfaced online, and many were shocked at the duo’s vocal prowess.
Many knew how talented the Hough siblings are in dancing, but not a lot of fans know about their singing skills, especially with Derek. Julianne is a professional singer and has released a single in 2008.
The video perfectly featured their vocals as they performed and gave their all to the audience.
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Fans who were unable to see the tour live had the chance to catch a glimpse of what Julianne and Derek had prepared for their fans.
In the video, the siblings started telling the story of how they made it in Hollywood and was proceeded by a Disney medley.
Bringing their A-game, Julianne and Derek sang songs from “Frozen,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and songs from other Disney films.
After showcasing their singing voices, the pair capped off the performance with a terrific dance-off, proving to the crowd that their dancing talents are world-class.
For their “Move Beyond” tour, Julianne and Derek were very hands on. They spent crucial months in planning and perfecting every tiny bit of the production.
The siblings were hoping to express how they felt through their performances, as well as sharing their life stories through the show.
They wanted to depict the good and bad times of their lives, and they wanted to let their fans know that it’s important to surpass any bumps life throws at you.
As revealed by Yahoo!, Julianne said, “There’s a through line [sic] for the show that kind of tells a story of ups and downs and the struggles of life, but you’ve gotta keep moving, because the more you move directly affects the way that you feel.”
The siblings are known for being part of many episodes on “Dancing With the Stars.”
Probably one of their most amazing performances on the show was during an episode in 2008, where they grooved to “Great Balls of Fire” by Jerry Lee Lewis.