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Idea of the Day: Julianne Hough and Derek Hough – The Next ‘Donnie & Marie

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With all the remakes and ripoffs in the entertainment industry, I’m surprised no one has thought of this.  Derek and Julianne Hough, the brother/sister dancing duo on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ should get together and host a variety style talk show.  They’re both beautiful to look at, and all attempts to venture out of the dancing world and start other projects, have pretty much fallen flat.  Why?  Because they never tried this idea before.  To top off the strange Donnie & Marie connection, the two are both Mormons.  They grew up in Utah and moved to London at an early age to further their dancing careers (where they interestingly trained with the parents of fellow ‘Dancing With the Stars’ professional, Mark Ballas).  Though it pains me to admit this, I did not actually come up with this idea on my own.  An executive at my office did, and he gave me permission to take full credit.  I just couldn’t do it though.  So in an effort to maintain his anonymity while still making him sound cool, I’ll just call him C-Dog.  If anyone steals this idea though without forking over some major dough, I’ll sue you.  Hear that dancing duo?

Derek and Julianne Hough, the brother/sister dancing duo on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ should get together and host a variety style talk show. They’re both beautiful to look at, and all attempts to venture out of the dancing world and start other projects, have pretty much fallen flat. Why? Because they never tried this idea before. To top off the strange Donnie & Marie connection, the two are both Mormons. They grew up in Utah and moved to London at an early age to further their dancing careers (where they interestingly trained with the parents of fellow ‘Dancing With the Stars’ professional, Mark Ballas). Though it pains me to admit this, I did not actually come up with this idea on my own. An executive at my office did, and he gave me permission to take it on as my own. I just couldn’t do it though. So in an effort to maintain his anonymity while still making him sound cool, I’ll just call him C-Dog. If anyone steals this idea though without forking over some major dough, I’ll sue you. Hear that dancing duo?