People: Julianne Hough Still Loves Brooks Laich but She's a Completely Different Person from When They Got Married
An insider told People that Julianne Hough still loves NHL player Brooks Laich and he will always be in her heart.
Nonetheless, the acclaimed artist believes she is an entirely different individual than she was when she tied the knot with him.
Hough started dating Laich in 2014. The couple announced their engagement a year later, and they were married in 2017.
Julianne Hough is seen on December 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
Recently, a source told People that during her two years of union with Laich, the two-time professional champion of "Dancing with the Stars" has evolved as a person.
Hough's priorities might not be quite the same as they were when she said: "I do." The source explained:
"Julianne wants to become a new age, free-spirit, no boundaries guru, and she is living her life by this sort of 'no limits, no rules' mantra, and that doesn't vibe with being a wife."
"It's still complicated because she loves Brooks and she always will—she just thinks she is a completely different person than she was when she married him," the source added.
Recently, it was reported that the couple has been spending time apart. According to Pop Culture, sources are now explaining what's allegedly been going on between Hough and Laich.
Hough and Laich are experiencing an adjustment in their relationship.
One source claimed that the pair have been having issues for quite a long time and that the dancer is "very independent" and a "free spirit."
Another source said that the couple are still hopeful about their relationship. As reported by E! News, Hough and Laich are experiencing an adjustment in their relationship.
A source claimed that although the two have been spending time apart, they are not prepared to share what's happening between them.
Hough was nominated for a Creative Arts Primetime Emmy in 2007 for Outstanding Choreography in season five of "Dancing with the Stars."
She has successfully transitioned from being a dancer to a singer, and an actress. In 2008, she released her debut country album, which snagged the top spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart.
Hough was picked to star in the film remake of "Footloose" in 2011. The film was her first leading acting role. She then joined Dancing with the Stars as a permanent fourth judge in 2014.
A year later, she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography, along with her brother Derek Hough and Tessandra Chavez.