A lot of people don't know this, but when 'Dancing with the Stars' first asked me to be on the show, I said no, because I wanted to act and to be taken seriously.
Acting is like free therapy! Trying to make people laugh or cry can be inspiring.
I think if you alienate people and just focus on your work then it just becomes lonely and it's not fun anymore.
I'm real, and that what you see is what you get with me. I want people to know that I'm just Julianne. I'm not somebody that needs to be put up on a pedestal.
I've experienced a lot for someone my age that a lot of people will be able to relate to.
I knew if I stayed in London my whole life would be dancing. I'd won almost every major title you can. I thought 'This really isn't my passion. I really want to sing,' and I knew I wouldn't be able to if I stayed there.
I think at the end of the day you have to find a balance with what's really important.
I had a hard time with bullying. I ate lunch in the bathroom.
I'm just taking it one day at a time. Actually, that's a total lie. I always think about what's in front of me.
Okay, I'll say I would go back in time and bring scientists with me and create a hairspray that would not cause global warming. But it would still give us '80s hair.
There was a time when my mum would sew costumes for the dance studio so we could keep doing our classes because we couldn't afford them.
I think every girl needs to love herself, regardless of anything. Like if you're having a bad day, if you don't like your hair, if you don't have the best family situation, whatever, you have to love yourself and you can't do anything until you love yourself first.
I've always wanted to be like the Hollywood Golden Age actors.
I try to bring my mascara everywhere because I'm a blonde and you know blondes have really light eyelashes, you always wanna put more and more on 'til they look like spiders, that's just what I do.
I've grown up with country music. I love how real everybody is, not just the artists, but the fans.