100 Days of Jules, Day 63: Julianne’s Opinion on Don’t Ask Don’t Tell in the Military

Interviewer asking the important questions.

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 one of the more random interviews I’ve watched of Julianne Hough, this host from STAR 101.3 in San Francisco asks Julianne and her Footloose co-star nothing about the movie. Instead, she grills them on world issues, like Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in the military.

“People are also talking about Don’t Ask Don’t Tell being ended,” the host, Alicia, says. “I don’t know if you guys had any feelings or opinions on Don’t Ask Don’t Tell being ended.”

Julianne looks to her Footloose co-star Kenny Wormald.

“What is Don’t Ask Don’t Tell? We obviously…. ,” Kenny says.

“About …. No, no, no. About … ,” Julianne says, acting like she’s about to offer up an explanation.

“In the military, in the United States military, originally, you were not allowed …, ” Alicia says.

“… to say if you were gay,” Julianne finishes for her.

“But as of yesterday, it’s come down and now we can open and gays and lesbians can in the military,” Alicia says.

“Coming from the arts, I think I was exposed to every type of human as a kid and I’m very open to everything,” Kenny says.

“Yeah,” Julianne says.

“The guy who trained me my whole as a dancer, he was a gay dude and he’s like my dad,” Kenny says. “He’s the best, so I’m glad that I was from a place like that, where you get exposed to everything as a young kid. I just think it’s crazy to not be able to say whatever you want..

“Yeah, a step in the right direction,” Alicia says.

“Yeah,” Julianne says.

“Especially you guys being in the arts,” Alicia says.

“Definitely,” Julianne says.

Well, OK then!

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