Julianne Hough not 'banned' by CMT for racy video, still isn't engaged
OK, where's the fun in that?
"We world premiered the video back in July," a CMT representative told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "We took it down shortly thereafter due to ongoing contract negotiations with Julianne's label, Universal Music Group." So, no ban, but also no video.
Hough told an East Coast concert crowd on Friday night that the video had been "kinda banned" by Country Music Television. So, kinda, yeah. Kinda no, too.
And despite a National Enquirer article alleging Seacrest and Hough got engaged during a Paris vacation in November, "Dancing With the Stars" trophy winner Derek Hough, sister of Julianne, shot that down almost immediately early in December.
The not-yet-a-bride-to-be, 22, had dismissed the engagement idea at least once before, telling "Access Hollywood" in October, "Well, that's news to me, and I think it's news to him." Sometimes dinner with the parents is just dinner with the parents, yes?
The singer did indeed bring Seacrest, 36, as her date to the "Burlesque" premiere, and is in fact pretty sexy in the official video for "Is That So Wrong." Make your own fun from there?
-- Christie D'Zurilla
Photo: Julianne Hough at the 2010 American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 21 Credit: Mark Ralston / AFP / Getty Images