With her brother, Derek Hough strutting his stuff on the Dancing With The Stars dancefloor, Julianne Hough will soon be seen showing off her judging talent following the news that she will be appearing as a guest judge on the show taking over from resident judge Len Goodman, who will be back in the UK judging on Strictly Come Dancing.
And it appears that the general consensus of this year's celebrity line-up is that they are excited to see Julianne on the show apart from her brother Derek, who joked that the fights they used to have as children could come back to haunt him.
Standing alongside dance partner Amber Riley, Derek told Entertainment Weekly: "She's going to destroy us!", he quipped before recalling: "'Remember that time when you pulled my hair when we were kids...(score)four..."
Julianne will be joining DWTS as a guest judge (WENN)
However Glee actress Amber gave a more positive outlook on Julianne's arrival on the show when she commented: "I really want to impress Julianne because she is one of my favourite dancers and I love watching her dance."
Appearing to side with Derek that Julianne may be tougher on Derek, Cheryl Burke mused: "She's probably going to be harder on her brother I think than giving him praise and good scores."
Claiming that Julianne will be good when it comes to her judging talent, professional dancer Karina Smirnoff commented: "I think she's going to have a very down to earth relateable comments, marks and hopefully scores."
However, the dancer appeared to hint that she hopes she won't be seeing favourtism between Julianne and her brother. She said: "In professional ballroom world, you are not allowed to judge any competition if you have any family members in the competition but hey it's a TV show and I love Jules.
"I've known her since since she was 10 so it's all good."
Citing Julianne's arrival on the show as refreshing, Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi revealed her thoughts: "I'm very excited. she's talented, amazing, gorgeous. I feel like she's going to be a nice judge which is refreshing."