The singer/actress worries her film will wreck her family's Thanksgiving Day feast when they follow their tradition to watch movies during the festivity.
Singer/actress Julianne Hough fears her new film "Burlesque" will wreck her strict Mormon family's Thanksgiving Day feast - because she's wearing nothing but skimpy clothes throughout the film. The star will be hosting a family screening of the new film on Thursday, November 25 and she only hopes her family can stomach it.
She tells WENN, "I'm literally wearing a bra and underwear in some scenes and I'm worried my dad might freak out. He is very Mormon."
"He's got four girls, so, if he's not aware of a bra, I think something is wrong. But every Thanksgiving our tradition is to see movies so they'll be seeing 'Burlesque' then! I'll be like, 'Make sure you digest that food before you go!' "