How about some more beautiful photos….this time of Derek and Julianne Hough and their Move Live On Tour in Hollywood, Florida last night? Click on any of the photos to see more. For lots more coverage on the Move Live On Tour including videos and photos by the loads, interviews, fan reviews, guest blogs, etc., see Pure Derek Hough.
Aren’t these photos of the new Move Live On Tour amazing? These shots were taken and tweeted out by @jnemec100. To see more photos, videos, interviews, guest blogs, etc. of the tour, see PureDerekHough.com. For tickets to see the show, see this link.
Derek spoke to the Miami Herald back before the tour started and they apparently just published it to coincide with MOVE arriving in Florida.
Derek Hough’s twist on a recent Season 20 Dancing With the Stars episode was the “Ouch!” heard ’round the country.
On April 20, while rehearsing for the 10th anniversary special edition of the ballroom dance competition show — Hough is its most winning pro — the 30-year-old Utah native broke a toe on his right foot after an errant kick. He then sprained the inside and the outside of his left ankle, and ended up with a bone bruise (the latter after tumbling down stairs while attending to his toe).
Bad break and bad timing. You could practically hear the accountants gasp.
Hough was in his customary race toward the finals with gymnast “star” partner Nastia Liukin (the couple finished in fourth place) and simultaneously starring in a New York Spring Spectacular dance show at Radio City Music Hall. He was also readying rehearsals for the second annual MOVE Live Tour with sister Julianne Hough (a judge on DWTS and actress).
MOVE — with both stars intact, he swears — cha-chas onto the Hard Rock Live stage Friday. “I learned the show in three days this year,” he says.
Hough is involved in every aspect of MOVE — choreographing the routines, dancing, singing and engaging in banter with his younger sis.
“I’m feeling much better, I’m getting strong,” Hough says on the phone during a break in rehearsals in Los Angeles as carpenters slam together painted sets, costumers run around and giant fans blow air around the Houghs.
For Hough, work is always a race against the clock. He wasn’t even supposed to be on the DWTS anniversary season due to the Radio City gig, but “I get passionate about challenges,” he says.
“It was outrageous traveling back and forth, rehearsing and doing two to three shows a day. Instead of scaring me it got me excited — let’s see if I can do this. But I’m a team player and very loyal person, and if I could make it work and be a part of that 10th anniversary, which was a milestone, I thought it important to be part of that.”
Jo Swafford took some amazing photos at the shows she went to in Texas. See purederekhough.com for more coverage of MOVE Live on Tour.
Julianne And Derek Hough’s Move Live On Tour Premieres in Phoenix, Arizona – HQ Photos, Video, And More
@ashfrye08 Tonight in Phoenix @juleshough and @derekhough reminded us not only to appreciate all we have in life, especially our health, but that everything we need to accomplish our dreams is already inside of us. We all have a light, we just need to ignite it.
Julianne and Derek Hough’s Move Live On Tour kicked off in Phoenix, Arizona last night. Below are some breathtaking shots. To view more, see Getty Images. To read more coverage from the show last night including interviews, fan reviews, sizzling hot dance videos (like the one above), and more, see Pure Derek Hough. It’s a huge dance party and then some! Tickets
We’ve been posting a lot on the new Dancing With The Stars Live Tour and Ballroom With A Twist, but, they aren’t the only game in town. Just a reminder that rehearsals are alive and well for Derek and Julianne Hough’s new Move Live On Tour this summer as well. Below is just a little sample we might see. Also, check out this new costume teaser. For more Move Live On Tour information on the dancers, photos, and lots of fun new interviews with Derek and Julianne, see Pure Derek Hough at this Move Live On Tour 2015 link. Tickets are selling out fast. So, get your tickets soon if you haven’t yet. Also, if you’d like to blog about it, be sure to let Miss Heidi and I know.
Let’s Do The “Harlem HopScotch”, Maya Angelou’s Offical Video Features DWTS Derek Hough, Witney Carson, And More
Below is Maya Angelou’s new Official Music Video called the “Harlem Hopscotch”. The song is encourages everyone, especially young people, to persevere through life despite any obstacles! The game of hopscotch is symbolic of the difficulties of life and the obstacles that some face, whether they be wealthy or poor. The music video was directed by and features choreography by NappyTabs. It also features Derek Hough, Whitney Carsen, Alfonso Ribeiro, Zendaya, and more. You can read more about the video and how it came to be at this link. It’s addicting. Let’s do it with them and MERRY CHRISTMAS, Everyone!!
This is so awesome. Dancing With The Stars pros Allison Holker and Derek Hough won a World Dance Award along Sonya Tayeh, Nappytabs, Mandy Moore and Travis Wall for Outstanding Choreography for a TV Live Performance Award Show/Special for the Emmys 2013!! CONGRATULATIONS and so deserving!!! Now if only these two would dance a pro number together on Dancing With The Stars this season!!
Last night, Derek and Julianne Hough premiered their “Move Live On Tour” in Park City, Kansas. Twitter is alive with excitement and full of raving reviews. Below are just a couple of videos from the show. You can watch Derek and Julianne dance in the opening number. Also, Derek and the cast dance to “Holy Grail”. Thanks to NIckJonasluver443 You Tube for these videos. For lots more coverage on the tour including a new interview with Derek and Julianne, a “Move” single download by Derek, more videos, and photos see Pure Derek Hough. If you haven’t got your tickets yet, see Live Nation.
Hey All! If you are wanting something fun to do this Easter weekend, go out and see Derek Hough’s and BoA’s new movie “Make Your Move”….and especially if you are in the mood to watch some kick a** dancing!! To get you geared up, below is a some fun promos. Also, Derek is interviewed about how the movie came about. He also gives you an exclusive sneak peek as well as invites fans to come see it. If you’d like to know more and see some new interviews, high quality stills, reviews, etc., see Pure Derek Hough and Make Your Move Fans as both sites have covered all of their bases with it. Also, be sure to follow the Make Your Move official twitter an facebook as well. They keep throwing out all kinds of fun gems like the graphic above. Here’s to “Make Your Move” and “moving to your dream”!
Normally I don’t respond to petty complaints from fans when their favorite (who, ironically in this instance, is also MY favorite) isn’t getting the coverage on this site they think their favorite deserves. Come on, people. I also normally wouldn’t go backwards in time to pick something up that I neglected to cross post the first time around (I think – not even sure). But in this instance, I saw a tweet this morning that made me decide that I needed to go back to this topic. As a Derek fan, this actually brought a little tear to my eye.
Back on November 1st, the Emmys had a program called “The Choreographers – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”. They had invited Derek but, prior to getting injured, he had a conflict. Once he got injured they added him back to the panel, which also included Nappytabs, Dancer/Fred Astaire’s Partner Barrie Chase, Robyn Astair, Marguerite Derricks, Keith Young, and Fred Tallakesen. Paula Abdul and Kenny Ortega were the hosts. Very nice words about Derek from Paula and Kenny (who told Derek that he would push his way to the front of the line to work with Derek on a Major Motion Picture). I’ve put just the Derek portion below, but if you want to watch the whole thing, which includes several clips of little seen Fred Astair dances – I never knew he had a TV show! – you can find it at the Emmy’s web page. It’s about an hour and a half long, but it’s pretty interesting.