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Julianne Hough is using a professional to help spice things up in her marriage. The professional dancer and America’s Got Talent judge has been married to husband Brooks Laich for two years and during a recent episode of Laich’s iHeartRadio podcast, the pair talked about working with a sex therapist to map an erotic blueprint for their marriage.

The Canadian hockey player co-hosts How Men Think with singer Gavin DeGraw and invited Hough onto his podcast this week, where the topic of conversation turned to the couple’s sex life. “A lot of people don’t know even what they want,” said Hough. “My curiosity has saved my life and honestly saved our relationship many times because we’ve been curious about like, ‘Hey, something doesn’t feel right. Instead of just accepting it for how it is, let’s look into something.'”

Hough revealed that she found a sex therapist online and the couple completed a test to determine their “erotic blueprint,” which revealed how compatible they are in the bedroom. Or the shower. Or kitchen table. Whatever works!

“When I took the test, I realized that there were certain things that gave me connection and intimacy that were different than what gave Brooks connection and intimacy,” said Hough. “By almost learning each other’s language—sort of like love languages—it was almost like a menu of how we could please each other sexually, but also intimately.”

Hough said that her need for intimacy comes from an emotional and mental connection. “We go to dinner a lot of the time and dinner for Brooks is great because he’s getting fed, he’s got me there, whatever it might be,” she added. “Dinner to me means I want eye contact and I would really appreciate you, maybe touching my hand at some point.”

The Dancing With The Stars alum continued, saying “Honestly, when I think of the word intimacy … I think it’s one of the most sacred things you can have between a partnership. I think it’s what separates friendship and lovers, and I think that most people do think about sex when they think of intimacy, but when I think about intimacy, I think of presence,” she explained. “I think of absolute, complete and utter connection, when we are two people connecting and then we actually become one person.”

Hough, who celebrated her two-year wedding anniversary with Laich on Monday with a heartfelt Instagram post, said “I can have chemistry and connection, but my intimacy with Brooks is because he challenges me, and he sees me for exactly who I am and accepts me for the fact that I can have chemistry and connection with a lot of people, but I choose him every day. I think that is also really sacred, and that’s why we have an intimate relationship. I don’t have that kind of intimacy with a lot of connections that I make throughout my life.”


On the other hand, Laich is more about visual and physical needs. “When you put lingerie on, I am f— fired up,” said Laich. “I love it.”

No blueprint needed for that.