Derek Hough

Derek Hough is an American dancer and choreographer. Holding a world champion title in Under 21 Latin American Dance, Hough has appeared since September 2007 on the hit U.S. television series Dancing with the Stars, where he is the only four-time champion in the show's history, two time finalist, three-time semi-finalist, and a quarter-finalist. Hough has earned five Creative Arts Primetime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Choreography for his work on the show. The first one was in 2009 when he shared a nomination with his younger sister Julianne Hough for their Jive routine to "Great Balls on Fire". The second and third ones were in 2010; one as choreographer for his Futuristic Paso Doble routine to "Living on Video" and his Quickstep routine to "Anything goes" and one shared with Chelsie Hightower for their Paso Doble routine to "Malaquena". The last two ones for 2013 are still pending; one as choreographer for his Quickstep routine to "Hey Pachuco", his Mambo routine to "Para Los Rumberos" and his routine to "Walking On Air" and one shared with Alison Holker for their two contemporary routines to "Heart Cry" and to "Stars".

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