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Life & Style Weekly: Julianne Hough OK after split with Ryan Seacrest

Published March 19, 2013 2:37 pm
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Utah-born Julianne Hough broke up with Ryan Seacrest over the weekend, but tabloid Life & Style Weekly is reporting that she is OK in its latest issue:

A breakup can be tough on any girl, but Julianne Hough is pulling through! Days after it was revealed she split with her beau of nearly three years, Ryan Seacrest, Julianne's brother, Derek Hough, tells Life & Style that the actress/dancer couldn't be doing any better. "She's doing good," he told Life & Style after his first performance with Kellie Pickler on the season 16 premiere of Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. According to reports, Julianne, 24, and Ryan, 38, took the axe to their relationship because of their tough schedules. But the Safe Haven starlet hasn't locked herself indoors, curled up with a pint of Häagen-Dazs — she's making most of her new single life. The blond beauty has been seen out and about hanging out with girlfriends, and was even spotted spending some time with Derek and former DWTS pal Maksim Chmerkovskiy outside Beacher's Madhouse at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood over the weekend. "We work hard, and it's why we're attracted to each other," Julianne said recently about her relationship with Ryan. "We both are attracted to drive, ambition and success — depending on what you think success is." And the American Idol host echoed the same sentiments. "We're really happy and we're really proud of each other." But unfortunately, the couple — who began dating in spring 2010 — just couldn't make it work.

For more inside Ryan and Julianne's split, pick up the new issue of Life & Style, on stands tomorrow.







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