Julianne Hough Shares Her 'Phases Of Drunkenness' On 'Conan'

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After discussing her cover of Shape Magazine, Julianne Hough let Conan O'Brien in on her "Phases Of Drunkenness" on "Conan."

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Hough talked up the wonders that dancing does for the body and your overall day in her interview with O'Brien then she dove into a pretty funny subject that involves her and the different phases she goes through on her way to getting drunk.

It all started when O'Brien asked about her and her brother Derek's dancing and whether or not they are asked to dance almost everywhere they go.

Hough said that they do end up dancing all of the time but it helps if there is a little "liquid courage" as she puts it.

Stage one of her drunkenness includes her happy and giddy phase, followed by her very bossy stage where she makes people do things, the birthday face comes next where she is really into the party but has an angry face at the same time and it all ends with crying, at which point its time to go home.

Watch Hough Describe Her Phases of Drunkenness Below

About Julianne Hough

"Julianne Alexandra Hough was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, the youngest of 5 children. She is the daughter of Mari Anne (Heaton) and Bruce Robert Hough, twice chairman of the Utah Republican Party.

Julianne is also known as a country singer.

She released her debut album in 2008, debuting at #1 on the Billboard Country Album chart and #3 on the Billboard 200. Her first acting role was in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) at age 13," according to IMDB.com.