She’s been living it up in Kona, Hawaii as of late, and Julianne Hough inadvertently showed off her bikini top during a stroll on the beach earlier this month.
The “Footloose” hottie tried her best to cover up with a towel as she came up out of the water with a gal pal, but her perky physique was revealed as photographers snapped up pictures.
Meanwhile, Julianne has been in a romantic relationship with “American Idol” host Ryan Seacrest since 2010, and in a recent tweet she noted that it’s been hard staying disciplined when it comes to eating and drinking great food and libations.
Hough confessed, “I'm 20 lbs heavier than I was when we started dating. And now we always have great wine, and I can tell the difference. So I told him, ‘You ruined my life because I can't go to a friend's house and drink cheap wine anymore.’”
Enjoy the pictures of Julianne Hough at the beach in Hawaii with her bestie, Maude Hirst (December 13).
The sunny Kona District stretches for about 60 miles from Kona International Airport to beyond Kealakekua Bay on Hawaii Island’s lava-lined western coast. Along this expansive area, you’ll find everything from coffee farms to historic Hawaiian landmarks. In fact, King Kamehameha actually spent his final years in Kailua-Kona. Today, Historic Kailua Village (Kailua-Kona) is a bustling, gathering place in the heart of the district, just a 15-minute drive south of Kona International Airport. Home to shops, restaurants and nightlife, you can conveniently take a walking tour of Kona’s history at places like Hulihee Palace, Mokuaikaua Church and the Ahuena Heiau. Other significant historic places include Kealakekua Bay to the south, where Captain James Cook first set foot on the island in 1778 and where he was eventually killed. Nearby is Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, a well-restored Hawaiian “place of refuge.” North of Kailua-Kona is the Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park, a 1160-acre park that lets you explore early heiau (temples), fishponds and petroglyphs. Shielded from winds by Maunaloa, south Kona’s calm and clear waters are perfect for snorkeling, diving and spotting dolphins and honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles). One of Kona’s most memorable experiences is going on a manta ray boat tour to scuba or snorkel with these gentle, graceful sea creatures. Kona is also famous for its deep-sea fishing, hosting the International Billfish Tournament every year. And on land, don’t forget to travel to the cooler upland slopes of towns like Holualoa, where you can sample the distinctive flavors of 100% Kona coffee. On the versatile Kona coast, you’ll find the adventures are as big as the island itself. Source:http://celebrity-gossip.net