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Thursday 23 October 2014

Julianne Hough: Seacrest bought me a pole

Julianne Hough and Ryan Seacrest

Julianne Hough has revealed that boyfriend Ryan Seacrest has bought her a sexy stripper pole.

The 23-year-old starlet had to nail the sultry dance moves for her role as aspiring actress Sherrie in upcoming movie Rock of Ages.

And she told Us that her American Idol beau was so impressed when he saw her that he got her a gift so she could practice more at home.

"It's really tough," Julianne says of the dance. "Ryan came by the set when we were doing those scenes and he liked it so much, he bought me a pole! I don't know if that's really a gift for me though."

She says that she can't quite pinpoint the secret of their successful two-year relationship but they do have one thing they always ensure to do.

"If there was a trick, I would write it down and make a lot of money!" Julianne told the publication. "We just make time for each other - whether it's five days or five minutes."

The multi-talented star said preparing for the musical film was like a "rock-star camp" and they took "singing lessons from the guy who taught Axl Rose."

"It was very authentic," she added. "And classes on how to scream without hurting your voice."

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