100 Days of Jules, Day 21: I Desperately Want This National Enquirer Story To Be True

Julianne Hough as a Scientologist just makes sense to me.

Here is where I attempt to blog about Julianne Hough for 100 days straight. This was inspired by Allie Jones’ 500 blogs on Kristin Cavallari, a much funnier read.

In April 2013, the National Enquirer ran a story about our girl Julianne that is so good, I can only hope it’s true. The rag reported that Julianne really, really wanted to marry Tom Cruise.

Just one month prior, Julianne and her boyfriend Ryan Seacrest announced they broke up and the year before, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes split up. In the National Enquirer article, an insider reveals that Julianne wanted Tom so badly, she enlisted her friend to write movie scripts meant for the both of them.

“Julianne has been combing through scripts for movie projects that would reunite her with Tom because there was major chemistry between the two on ‘Rock of Ages,’” revealed an insider.

According to the article, not only was Julianne attracted to Tom because he could sing and dance, but she also wasn’t scared of his Scientology beliefs.

“Julianne, who was raised a Mormon in Salt Lake City, is will­ing to explore other religions and admires Cruise’s devotion to Scientology, said the source,” the article reads.

“She believes that she and Tom are destined to be the ultimate Hollywood power couple. Don’t be surprised if they are spotted out together in the very near future.”

This makes complete sense to me. Like, I can 100 percent envision Tom Cruise jumping on a couch with glee over Julianne Hough. I can also 100 percent see Julianne Hough being a great Scientologist and getting lunch with Elisabeth Moss and Kelly Preston.

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