Julianne Hough can look back on many accomplishments before turning 30

Rebelander Basilan
Jul 23, 2018
01:22 A.M.
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Julianne Hough celebrated her birthday on July 20. She really came into her own before turning 30.

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The Utah native, who was married to NHL player Brooks Laich on July 8, 2017, has successfully transitioned from being a dancer, to a singer, and to an actress.

Hough is a two-time professional champion of ABC's Dancing with the Stars. In 2007, she received a nomination for a Creative Arts Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in season five of the show.

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In 2008, Hough released her debut country album, which snagged the top spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart.

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In 2011, she was picked to star in the film remake of Footloose. The film was her first leading acting role.

Hough then joined Dancing with the Stars as a permanent fourth judge in 2014. She won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography in 2015 along with her brother Derek Hough and Tessandra Chavez.

On her special day, Hough left a message for her fans on Instagram.

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"Today is my Birthday and I have a BIG ask from all of you!!! Ready?!?! For my birthday I want to spread and receive more love than we could ever think imaginable," she wrote.

"Here is a little breath exercise to send and receive love and gratitude to the world, to humanity and all that keeps us alive."

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She added: "Wether you believe in energy and the power of our love or not, it’s my birthday and you do things for people on their birthday regardless if you want to or not!"

Hough continued urging her fans to spread and receive all the love in the world.

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"Thank you in advance for the incredible birthday presents!!!! :) love you all sooooooo much!!!!!" she concluded.

Hough publicly revealed her personal struggle with endometriosis when she was 20 years old. Recently, she partnered with AbbVie and SpeakENDO.com to encourage women to ask treatment for their symptoms.

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