n a candid new interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, the dancer-turned-actress, who is currently dating U. media mogul Ryan Seacrest, reveals she didn't have to dig too deep to play an abused woman opposite Josh Duhamel in new movie Safe Haven - she suffered at the hands of others when she was a dance student in Britain.“s February issue, where she reveals she suffered mental and physical abuse while living in London as a young girl in order to pursue her dancing career.
I wanted so much love." that this time in her life, "taught me to have thick skin." This is unfortunately something the future star would need once she returned to Utah for high school.
She's accomplished so much in such few years, that some may not know just everything that went into her stunning transformation. , Hough and her brother, Derek, left home when they were 10 and 13 years old, respectively, in order to attend London dance school Italia Cont Academy of Theatre Arts.
In order to train to be ballroom dancers, they had to leave every morning at am and take the subway by themselves.
It wasn't an ideal time for Hough, who experienced bullying throughout those teen years.
She went into more detail about high school with when she was in her late teen years.