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Since September 2007, Hough has become known for his work on the ABC dance-competition series, Dancing with the Stars, on which he has won a record six seasons.With a total of nine nominations, he has won two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Choreography for several routines that he choreographed for the show.Mark: Trying to stay open minded, forward thinking, work hard, stay focused.I’m really passionate about this project and it feels, for the first time in a while, it feels like this could be it. I want to get in the best shape I’ve been in in a while.I got there, came in one song into BC’s set, and I couldn’t see her. I remember going to my cousin saying, "Whoever that is is incredible, amazing." I remember sitting, listening to the sound of her voice, her voice has so much texture and whiskey and roughness to it ... Mark: I was expecting this Janis Joplin-y looking, hippie person in her mid-40s. " I played my set and she stuck around and watched. His skills were beyond, and he gave a lot of extra hip thrusts, which was pretty entertaining. We started hanging out a bit, turned into dating, we still were doing separate things career wise, and then eventually we decided a year and a half into our relationship, let’s just write a song. Mark: We’d always kept business and the music out of our relationship.After we wrote the first song, we were like, "This is interesting.When Hough was 12, his divorcing parents sent him to London to live and study with dance coaches Corky and Shirley Ballas.Hough's sister Julianne joined him in London several months later.
That one’s gonna be on the EP, it’s called "Head High." We were both feeling like maybe the reason we weren’t doing our own stuff solo was we were meant to do it together, so why don’t we do this project. We just clicked really well in the studio, we trust each other. I teach him things, he teaches me things, we exchange the power that way, which is nice. I’m an anxious person and he’s just cool and calm and used to performing. We’re just doing that right now and hopefully we’ll be done by early January, then we’ll get it out, play some shows.
We put [first single] "Roses and Violets" out and it just did its own thing, it was great because nobody really knew it was us. Mark: It’s not really a ritual, but we don’t usually see each other half an hour before playing. I’m used to performing too but I, for some reason, get nervous. And when I’m ready, I come and get him and we warm up and just give a little kiss before we go. Mark: This is hopefully the prequel to going out on a full blown tour. We want to keep creating, put out the EP, go on tour. What we’d like to do is have one EP come out, follow up shortly with another one and then a full length album.
BC: We wanted the music to speak for itself, so that’s why we did the cartoon image [as the single art]. Publicity teams are like "Let’s tell them it’s you! " Mark: We just want it to be about the music and everything else. The song went to #1 on the singer-songwriter chart, stayed Top 10 for a while as well, went to #6 on the overall chart and charted in 7 countries, it’s been awesome. Opening for R5 has been great, that’s what we’d like to do, is get on a tour we can open for a consecutive amount of time, then hopefully get our own at some point. Going the independent, doing it ourself route for now.
Hough has also starred in various stage productions, including the 2006 original production of Footloose: The Musical at the Novello Theatre in London's West End, as well as the 2015 New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
In 2013, he starred in Make Your Move, a Romeo and Juliet-inspired South Korean-American independent dance film.
Mark Ballas might not be able to perform on Dancing With the Stars' second episode on Monday, March 28, a rep for the ABC series tells Us Weekly.