Julia Trubkina from 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? is looking to apply for a future season of Dancing With The Stars. Julia, whom fans got to know better via two seasons of 90 Day Fiancé, used to be a go-go dancer in South Korea when she met Brandon Gibbs. The story goes that it was love at first sight for Virginia resident Brandon, who wanted Julia to become his wife. After getting married to Brandon, Julia recently showcased her shocking dance moves on HEA season 6. But are they good enough for Julia to become a part of DWTS?
Although Julia was made to do farm work by Brandon’s parents, Ron and Betty Gibbs, in Dinwiddie, she told her Instagram followers about her interesting career graph in Russia. The Krasnodar native started to work at the age of 13 when Julia handed out advertisements on the street. She then went on to do 15 jobs, which included the 90 Day Fiancé celeb being a waitress, a party planner, a hookah girl, a babysitter and also a bodybuilder. The most shocking job on Julia’s resume was that of an “assistant judge,” which she took up after quitting her go-go dancer career. But Julia did confess that she was simply an assistant to a judge, and fans mocked her for giving up on dance, which is something that she does well.
However, Julia seems to have gotten her confidence back, as she wants to join the cast of Dancing With The Stars. As celebrities such as JoJo Siwa and Suni Lee, along with The Bachelor Matt James, are reported to be a part of DWTS season 30, Julia is trying her best to get a chance to battle it out in the ballroom. The 90 Day Fiancé celeb left a comment on DWTS pro Alan Bersten’s Instagram page while tagging the show’s official page @dancingabc. As Alan announced he was coming back to DWTS season 30, the season 28 champ received a comment from @dancingabc saying, “Get into it!!!”
Meanwhile, Brandon’s better half, Julia, took her chance and replied to Dancing With the Stars on Instagram by writing, “Hi. I want to be [in the] next season of this show.” Brandon’s wife also asked them how she could “sign up for casting.” Julia also added, “I will be grateful for the hint,” though she hasn’t received any reply on her message yet from the team. According to Julia, she is a self-taught dancer and learned everything on her own since there were “no dance schools” in her city. Along with her friends, Julia used to come up with her own dance routines, which they performed together at local holiday events.
Richmond resident Julia claims she can do a variety of styles, including breakdance, hip-hop, go-go, pole dancing, belly dancing and “many” others. Still, Julia also admits that she hasn’t danced in a long time, which she thinks explains why she wasn’t selected as the instructor at the gym where she applied for a job. It’s not known if she will land her dream spot on the DWTS dance floor on September 20, but Julia will join her 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? co-star Angela Deem for a new season of the spin-off 90 Day Bares All on Discovery+.
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