Julianne Hough, two time winner of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," couldn't wait to get to the Grammy's, tweeting her excitement as she made her way to the event. The country singer made a dramatic entrance to the red carpet, turned heads in a black gown that boyfriend Ryan Seacrest took credit for picking.
Hough tweeted about her excitement before she even arrived to the 2012 Grammy Award ceremony. "On my way to the red carpet #GRAMMYs," she said. When Hough finally did arrive, she stepped on the red carpet in a strapless Kaufman Franco gown that had a sheer layer of black over a light gray lining with stripes of black glitter.
Many fans compared Hough to Jennifer Aniston, stating that she looked striking similar. "Jennifer Aniston is that you???" Liam wrote on the Just Jared blog. "Totally Aniston," the user wow responded. "She looks like a prettier, younger Aniston," Sara added.
The 23-year-old singer made her first film debut last year, starring in a remake of "Footloose." She hit Billboard charts in 2007 with her more pop styled song "Will You Dance with Me."
During the broadcast of E Live! Kelly Osbourne also compared Hough to Aniston, suggesting that the two both had California good looks and a very unassuming demeanor. Ryan Seacrest, Hough's current love interest, also decided to take credit for the actresses' well-picked gown, suggesting that he gave the gown a thumbs up.
Hough and Seacrest began dating in 2010. Earlier in the month she opened up to Parade about her relationship with the American Idol host. "I'm so lucky that I have a great relationship," she told Parade. "I'm very blessed and I don't take anything for granted. I think if you alienate people and just focus on your work then it just becomes lonely and it's not fun anymore."
She commented that it was difficult to find time to be with Seacrest while also trying to further her career although she said she also thought it was important to make time.
"It's a hard thing to do, especially when you're so caught up in your work and bettering yourself," she said. But she added, "I think at the end of the day you have to find a balance with what's really important."