Julianne Hough is taking time off Dancing With the Star, to undergo surgery, proving that even on reality TV, the show must go on. Julianne Hough, 20, was diagnosed with endometriosis and is now waiting to have her appendix removed, but says she fully intends on returning to the competition.
“Actually what happened is last week was more than just a tummy ache. Obviously,” the platinum blond said. “It turned out I ruptured a cyst that was on my ovary. I didn’t know but I have endometriosis. I’ve apparently had it for a long time because I’ve had this pain for about the last five years.”
That Julianne Hough is one tough woman, but she’s out for at least a week. Since Dancing With the Stars will go on, so will her partner Cody Linley. Best for his role in Hannah Montana, the young dancer will be practicing with former contestant, Edyta Sliwinska.
Meanwhile, Julianne Hough is using the opportunity to promote awareness for the illness, so expect to see more from her soon!
Julianne Hough To Return To Dancing With the Stars
1. Reality TV Health Challenges - Opportunity for reality TV shows to raise awareness about health issues by showcasing the struggles faced by participants.
2. Endometriosis Advocacy - The opportunity for organizations and individuals to promote awareness and support for those affected by endometriosis.
3. Continuation of Reality TV Shows - The resilience and adaptability of reality TV shows to continue production despite unforeseen challenges.
1. Reality TV - The reality TV industry can leverage health challenges faced by participants to create more engaging and educational content.
2. Healthcare - The healthcare industry can collaborate with reality TV shows to spread awareness about specific health conditions and provide resources for viewers.
3. Advocacy - Advocacy organizations can partner with reality TV shows to reach a wider audience and promote their cause.