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In a scene from the coming-of- age movie “Paradise,” out Friday, Julianne Hough’s normally buttoned- up evangelical Christian character, Lamb, knocks back a shot with a bunch of good-looking dudes who beckon her over to their table.They fawn over her Barbie-doll looks as she sheds her in Juhibitions and gets down and dirty in Las Vegas, making out with strangers, getting a tattoo, smoking and gambling. Hough, the beautiful blonde who shot to fame in TV’s “Dancing With the Stars,” has spent the last couple of years letting go of her rigid, conservative past.She was raised in a strict Mormon community in a dusty Utah suburb.As Hough describes it: “No sex before marriage, no drinking, no caffeine, no smoking, no swear words, no R-rated movies.” But now the 25-year-old actress is making up for lost time, living the dream by posting bikini-clad selfies on Instagram, diving off yachts and drinking cocktails on the beach with sexy young things, including her BFF, “The Vampire Diaries” star Nina Dobrev.
The apostle Paul called Christ the Passover, and Jesus' birth as the Lamb of God fills that image.As for religion: “I’m not practicing, but I’m so glad I was raised Mormon,” she says.And even if she’s no longer a churchgoer, there is still one holy father she keeps on speed dial.“Dad has this thing where he texts: ‘Are you in the right place, doing the right thing, at the right time with the right people? “He has this intuition and will always text me when I’m in the wrong situation.” Such as?“[When] I’m dancing around and I’m clubbing and maybe I need to slow down on my drinks,” she says. ” Lamb, Hough’s character in “Paradise,” turns her back on religion after getting badly burned in a plane crash which, to the horror of her parents, makes her declare to the shocked congregation at her church that God doesn’t exist.
“I’m enjoying being on my own two feet,” says Hough, who admits she has been in back-to-back relationships with guys since she was 18.