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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Julianne Hough Reveals Her Dancing With The Stars Winner Pick

May 24 2010, Published 8:33 a.m. ET

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Dancing with the Stars former pro Julianne Hough is a little bit biased about her pick of who should win this season of the reality show.

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In an interview with RadarOnline.com, the blond beauty revealed she hopes her brother, Derek Hough, and his partner Nicole Scherzinger, will take home the infamous mirror ball trophy on the season finale of Dancing with the Stars Tuesday night.

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“I’m hoping for Derek and Nicole, I’m a little biased,” Julianne said while promoting the launch of Caress Whipped Souffle Body Wash. “But if you look back, they’ve been the most consistent, their dances have been on point the whole time.”

Hough shot several video vignettes for Caress, which she describes as being “all about girls night out on the town.” The videos highlight beauty and dance tips.

“My philosophy has always been, when in doubt, stick your butt out!” Hough joked with RadarOnline.com.  “It’s all about confidence, it’s about faking it 'til you make it!”

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So what is Hough’s routine for getting ready for a night out with her girls?

“I hydrate, I accessorize, I get the music going,” she says. “I always try to get ready with friends because it always starts the night out right.”

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