Julianne Hough Ripped Dress: Golden Globes Malfunction Caused by Dancing 'Too Hard' (PHOTO)

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(PHOTO) Instagram: @juleshoughJulianne Hough with friends at InStyle's Golden Globes party

Julianne Hough undoubtedly had a night to remember the Golden Globes after party on Sunday night. The professional dancer was left red-faced after accidentally ripping her dress while on the dance floor.

The 24-year-old "Footloose" star initially wowed onlookers at InStyle's Golden Globes bash while dressed in a pastel pink Jenny Packham gown, but later raised eyebrows when she revealed her embarrassing wardrobe malfunction when showing off her dance moves, according to the Huffington Post. Hough shared her humiliation on social networking site Twitter.

"Ummm I think I may have danced too hard.... Eeek!!!!" Hough tweeted on Jan. 14. Eventually, she made light of the malfunction situation though.

"Ummm again... I love to dance regardless of how expensive a dress may be... You can't hold me down!!! :)" another tweet read.

Earlier in the night Hough, the girlfriend of prominent E! Network producer Ryan Seacrest, arrived on the Golden Globes red carpet dressed in a more modest Monique Lhullier gown with her boyfriend of three years by her side.

The couple, who began dating in 2010, has been faced with ongoing engagement rumors for years. One source claims that Seacrest, 38, is undoubtedly ready to make an honest woman of Hough.

"Ryan thinks Julianne is the one! He is obsessed with her," a source previously told Hollywoodlife.com. "Normally when he dates girls, he just loses interest or he sleeps around. This is serious. We have never seen him so happy with a girlfriend."

Hough previously addressed the engagement reports and even joked about the ongoing rumors.

"I hear those rumors too! I'm right there with you ... I think I've been engaged probably like ten times by now," Hough previously told HollyScoop.

"He's a good man and he's a romantic man. He's a great guy and we're both really, really happy," she added.