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She will next be seen in Valerie Weiss's film "The Archer" opposite Bailey Noble.
in ballet and flamenco, and went on to study jazz, acrobatics, hip-hop, modern, and contemporary dance.
I went backstage and held her tight for fifteen minutes and thanked her for giving me that. And finally, it was like this is what everyone gets to feel—this is what you feel, Brandon and Janette! We couldn’t date—we’re too much of the same person. I was afraid of how it was going to look on TV, but it actually looked good. JS: Definitely the Russian routine [laughs], because it was so fun [laughs], and we all joke about it. Then she demonstrated the part where they hold hands, and it looks like they’re in Disney’s “It’s a Small World.” But she was still got into it when she performed. I call him that because he isn’t a technical dancer.
I'm sure by now she has a million and one guys eyeing her. What about kissing Caitlin at the end of Bollywood? The first day that they leaned it, Jeanine burst through the apartment door and said, “You guys will never guess what is going on in my number. I make fun of him for not knowing any ballet moves. JS: I’m an opportunist and will take anything that comes my way.
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We have the same fire, so it was easy for me to feed off her. After we were done, it blew my mind to see the whole studio (audience and judges) standing and clapping. So now the question on everyone’s minds, is are we dating? I met Jeanine during Vegas week, and we clicked right away. What they don’t show you on TV is that, like Jeanine, I’m silly and I’m always cracking jokes. It’s a funny story, when we were in rehearsal he told us to kiss, but we made out! Kiss for one second and then pull away.” He told Caitlin to conceal the kiss with her hand.
The following year, she served as the communications director for the New Jersey Democratic State Committee’s coordinated campaign, which included work on behalf of Vice President Al Gore, Senate candidate Jon S. Upon Corzine’s election, Julie was appointed as his Washington communications director on Capitol Hill. Senate and House of Representatives, legislators and Fortune 500 corporations. She is a graduate of Boston University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and her Master of Arts degree specializing in Russian economics.
In 2002, she returned to New Jersey to begin Comprehensive Communications Group, a political consulting and public relations firm that specializes in media relations within the New York-New Jersey media market. She also sits on the Board of Directors of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University.
After winning the 5th season of the Fox television show So You Think You Can Dance and earning the title of America’s Favorite Dancer, her acting career began.
She was last seen in ABC biblical drama "Of Kings and Prophets" opposite Ray Winstone and in the feature film Default opposite David Oyelowo.