Julianne Hough Talks To Hough At The 75th Annual Tony Awards In NYC After Her Divorce From Brooks Laich

Julianne Huff is single in the city and loves it. ET’s Lauren Zima spoke to Huff at the 75th Annual Tony Awards Sunday night about life in New York City, following her divorce from Books Laich. and made his big Broadway debut in the Tony-nominated, POTUS.

Huff quips about life in New York

“Busy,” Huff quipped about life in New York. “There are eight shows a week on Broadway. I have an incredible cast of women who have really become my family, my sisters. I’ve been so hugged and welcomed here. And I love New York, It’s so incredible. I feel like there’s a whole new energy to this next phase of life, of my career, and what I want to create and put out in the world.”

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2022 Tony Awards June 12 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City

As for the pre-show, Huff said it’s all about the creative actors behind some of Broadway’s biggest productions. The 2022 Tony Awards will air live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City at 8 p.m. on June 12. ET. It will be broadcast live on both CBS and Paramount+. I mean, I feel like I was put on this earth to do. Just to bring joy and entertainment to the people,” she said.

Professional dancer shared

“Darren Criss and I are hosting The Tony Awards: Act One, which is all about the creative artists. This is really what we’ve been able to do to be front and center as artists, because they’re the ones who make it.” So, it’s great to be able to honor them,” shared the professional dancer. Adding, “This is where I want to be right now, so, feeling good.”

Hof said she was grateful for all this

Plus, the pair are performing the opening number for Sunday night’s show, written by Chris himself. When asked how she handles all her hats as an actor, singer, dancer, and lyricist. Hough said she is grateful for all of this. However, Joe is hosting a one-hour pre-show special on Paramount+. The Tony Awards: Act One, with Darren Criss, told ET. Being part of the Broadway community feels “incredible.” Honestly, I’m so grateful. The fact is, there are people out there who want to pay to try and see our shows.

Oh my god,” said Huff loudly?

“Oh my god,” Huff said aloud. “It’s totally incredible. Being a part of this Broadway community has always been something I’ve dreamed of. The fact that Broadway is back and the Tony Awards are back at Radio City and POTUS. Nominated, mine I mean, it’s pretty amazing. I feel so grateful that we can offer any kind of entertainment and relief and humor.

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