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Julianne Hough has candid conversation about her 'new beginning' discussing her sexuality and finalizing her divorce

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Julianne Hough is living in a new city, in a brand new home, and starring in a new role, and now she's opening up about all it took to get to where she is.ALSO: HELLO!

launches Jubilee T-shirt collection to celebrate Queen Elizabeth in styleThe star sat down with the New York Post to talk about the latest phase in her life, and she certainly didn't hold back.She revealed her feelings about starring in POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive on Broadway, finalizing her divorce to Brooks Laich in February, and the "coming out moment" she didn't plan.WATCH: Julianne shares emotional health updateMORE: Julianne Hough gets fans talking with 'spectacular' new pictures"So I very much put it out there, manifested it, not really knowing what it was going to be — just that I wanted to be here," she said of her role as Dusty, the President's mistress.

She received the script for the show the same month she finalized her divorce to Brooks.As she embarks on what she calls "a new beginning," the piece makes note of how she is now living "just steps from the birthplace of LGBTQ rights at Stonewall," and the photos are all taken around the legendary location.In a 2019 Women's Health interview, Julianne revealed that she had admitted to her then-husband: "I'm not straight."One of the stunning pictures commemorating the star's new chapterNow she identifies as queer, and explained of that moment: "I didn't really have a moment of like, 'I'm going to do this.' It just was."MORE: Julianne Hough wows fans in mesmerising dress that will leave you stunnedMORE: Julianne Hough makes Broadway return post-Covid in the sharpest wayShe delved into her childhood and how it impacted her decision, admitting: "It is.

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