100 Days of Jules, Day 62: I Have Spent 392 Days Looking For This Video

Is this what victory feels like?

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.

I’m not sure when I first saw this video, but it stuck with me.

Even 56 weeks ago I referenced the video on my Instagram but couldn’t find it. Which means I have spent more than a year — 392 days to be exact — looking for this video.

All I could remember was that the interviewer asked Julianne Hough and someone else who the better dancer was. And after playfully denying it, Julianne finally admitted she was the best.

At first I thought it was an interview with the entire Grease Live cast. Then as time went on and I couldn’t find the video, I started second guessing myself. I thought maybe it could have been between Julianne and her Footloose co-star Kenny Wormald. Then I even convinced myself that maybe it was between her and her brother Derek Hough.

But at 12:18 a.m. Sunday night/Monday morning, I clicked on a video for the hell of it.

And I finally found it.

What’s crazy is I have passed this video numerous times during my late-night searches. But because of its title, I didn’t think it was what I wanted. I thought it was going to be a recap video of Grease Live with clips from the event, but instead it was a preview video featuring interviews with the cast.

The worst part is it’s not even how I remember it. I remember Julianne being kind of insufferable in the video. But when she admits that she’s the better dancer, it’s in a playful way. Like I smiled when I watched it finally. Honestly, it’s the most I’ve liked her in these 62 days of writing about her.

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