Julianne Hough puts on a leggy display in a gold leather dress as she heads out to her Kingry gathering with brother Derek Hough
Along with her work as a judge on America’s Got Talent, Julianne Hough has been keeping busy with the creation of her new dance method called Kingry.
And on Sunday, the 31-year-old was spotted heading to an LA gathering for her growing movement donning a dazzling gold leather dress.
As always, her older brother Derek Hough, 34, was also on hand for the spirited event.
Glowing: Julianne Hough, 31, was all smiles when she headed out to a gathering for her new Kingry dance project in Los Angeles on Sunday morning
With the help of a long slit down the left side of the catchy number, Hough put on a leggy display when she made her way down the street.
The spaghetti-strap design helped show off her dance-toned figure.
She rounded out her Sunday ensemble with matching sunglasses, strapped-heels and her blonde tresses freshly cropped at shoulder length with a part in the middle.
But what stood out the most on this day was a glowing smile she was more than happy to put on full display.
Opting for casual comfort, Derek arrived at the gathering dressed in light blue denim jeans, a grey t-shirt and light brown slip on shoes.
He also wore a baseball cap on backwards and a pair of glasses to help him navigate his drive to the outing.
Shining star: The America’s Got Talent judge put on a leggy display with the help of a long slit down the left side of her gold leather dress
Family support: Julianne’s brother Derek Hough, 34, was also on hand for the spirited event
By the early afternoon, Julianne took to Instagram and shared a couple of photos of herself posing on the grass with more than a dozen of her like-minded friends and colleagues.
‘What a morning!! Community is everything, and has been foundational to the creation of @kinrgy,’ she began in the caption.
‘This morning we had @love.radha [Radha Agrawal], author of BELONG, and @elicclarkdavis [Eli Clark-Davis], who together founded the movement that is @dybrkr [daybreaker], speak to our Kinrgy family on the power of building community and what it really means.’
She concluded: ‘We share a common denominator: dance and movement is life. These two are heaven on earth, thank you thank you for spending your morning with us!’
Transformative: Julianne took to Instagram and shared a couple of photos of herself posing on the grass with more than a dozen of her like-minded friends and colleagues
In an interview with Women’s Health, Hough revealed Kingry is meant to combine the word ‘kin’ (referring to family or short for kinesthetic) with ‘energy.’
She has been auditioning trainers in recent weeks as part of her plan to open a studio in Los Angeles and organize events all over the world.
‘We’re creating an environment that’s inclusive and where everyone is accepted.’
It’s reportedly a 45-minute dance that’s more about ‘moving in a way that’s nurturing to each individual’ than it is getting the choreography down.
‘The whole point is that we want you to join in and have your own transformational journey of growth and opportunity and excitement.’
New project: Hough has been auditioning trainers to teach her new Kingry dance method as part of her plan to open a studio in Los Angeles and organize events all over the world.