Julianne Hough talks about her departure and the departure of Gabrielle Union from America & # 39; s Got Talent


Julianne Hough is dating to offer her opinion on her own departure, and Gabrielle Union's departure from America has talent after working with them for only one season. During a conversation with People Now earlier this week, Julianne, sitting next to her brother, Derek, declared that it was important for her to allow the voices of others to be heard.

As previously reported, Gabrielle and Julianne left the series after complaints of a toxic work environment in the NBC talent show. Hough believes that the way work environments are structured and also how complaints are handled is changing.

On November 22, multiple media revealed that both Gabrielle and Julianne were definitely leaving the series after their replacement of Heidi Klum and Mel B, respectively.

Reported by Variety a few days later, on November 26, the media revealed that Union was concerned about alleged racially insensitive situations while being a judge. In addition, Union complained about Simon Cowell, who allegedly smoked cigarettes repeatedly despite Gabrielle's allergy to cigarette smoke.

Another incident in question involved a joke made by the artist, the television presenter and the comedian Jay Leno, about the Asian-Americans. In addition, Julianne and Union would have been submitted to notes on their appearance.

For example, the producers told Union that their continuous hair changes were "too black." In addition, Julianne endured criticism regarding her style of clothing, makeup and hair. In a statement to the publication, Julianne states that he was happy in the program and stated that his time there was not negative.

Currently, Julianne does not have one but two ongoing projects with NBC, including a one-hour special called Vacation with the Houghs in which she co-stars with her 34-year-old brother Derek. In addition, it is scheduled to appear in the Christmas in Rockefeller Center program later this year.


In addition, Julianne explained that she, her brother and NBC producers want everyone to feel included in the reality series set.

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