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ABC Derek Hough in the DWTS ballroom.

Derek Hough is an Emmy Award-winning dancer and choreographer as well as a six-time winner on Dancing With the Stars.” Given his successful career, it seems he was born to dance.

In 2019, Hough told OnStage Blog that as a child, he was immersed in the dance scene in his Utah hometown because his oldest sister was in dance classes and the whole family started going to the dance school.

“I liked going, because I got to dance with girls,” he revealed.

But while Hough is used to being the “lead” in his dance routines, he recently posted a hilarious clip that showed him in a reverse role – and he admitted it’s not for him.

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In a video shared on his Instagram page, Hough was seen rehearsing a move with “World of Dance” season 4 winner Diego Pasillas. In the clip, Pasillas attempts to lift Hough up and the TV judge becomes visibly freaked out and runs away from him.

The sound effect for the clip is the recognizable “Let me tell you something, let me tell you something” line from the viral Shotover Canyon Swing video that has been all the rage on social media. In the video, a terrified man is seen begging safety workers to make sure the swing over the canyon is secure as they troll him.

Hough captioned his twist on the meme with, “It doesn’t feel right being the one lifted. I get freaked out.” “I hate being lifted,” he added on his Instagram story on August 3.

Hough’s fans and friends reacted in the comment section.

“Haha! Gotta just relax ….. let it happen man,” wrote Breaking Benjamin singer Benjamin Burley.

“You’re the lifter, not the liftee!” another fan wrote.

“LOL! Now you know how the girls feel!” a third fan chimed in.

“I actually love this concept…. @dancingwiththestars should dedicate an episode to reversing gender roles! So everyone knows what each other feels like,” another fan wrote.

Derek Hough Revealed What He Does When He Gets Nervous About Dancing

ABCAmber Riley and Derek Hough

The “lift” video isn’t the first time Hough has been nervous about dancing. During a previous appearance on the “Whine Down” podcast with Jana Kramer, he admitted he was not at all confident of his abilities when he first signed on to DWTS in 2007.

“In my earlier seasons, I was nervous, you know, and I was uncertain,” he revealed. “I was kind of faking it, to be honest with you. I wasn’t really like a teacher or choreographer. People used to say, ‘Oh, you’re a good choreographer,’ but I never really looked at myself in that way. That made me fearful and afraid.”

In a video interview with “Meetin’ the Eatons,” Hough admitted that he still gets nervous onstage and revealed what he does when his heart starts racing before a dance performance.

“I just think of a word, I say ‘I’m excited, I’m excited, I’m so excited,’” he said. “And what that does is change your focus on all the good things about performing, and showing everyone what you’ve been working on… it changes your focus, and where your focus goes, your energy flows.”

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University drop out who became a high-flying millionaire author despite NEVER taking writing lessons reveals how he dug his way out of debt and the past job he was too embarrassed to tell ANYONE about

Daniel Chidiac, 34, from Melbourne earns millions as an author

A university drop out has revealed how he went from earning the minimum wage on a muddy worksite to flying first class around the world thanks to his best-selling books.

Daniel Chidiac, 34, from Melbourne, made it big after his first work as an author 'Who Says You Can't? You Do' hit the shelves in 2018.

But before he was raking in cash Daniel had it tough - he was languishing under a mountain of debt from a failed business, had quit his commerce degree and was labouring on worksites for as little at $15-per-hour to make ends meet.

Speaking to FEMAIL Daniel, who has since written a second book, 'The Modern Break Up', said he was ashamed of where he was in life before he 'made it'.

'One day I was knee high in concrete and mud on a building site, slipping around because it was raining, the boss was yelling at us and I knew I didn't want to be there anymore,' he said.

'I didn't tell anyone I was labouring, I was so ashamed, not that there is anything wrong with it but it didn't feel right for me,' he said.

Daniel's life looks easy now but he says that wasn't always the case and he had to find his path the hard way

At one point Daniel worked on the railways and as a labourer to make ends meet

Years earlier Daniel had his first break through 'this isn't me' moment.

He was sitting in a university hall listening to a guest lecturer explain how he earned $150,000 per year and was able to travel the world with his job.

'I looked around at everyone and they were nodding at each other like "this is alright",' he said.

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'I picked up my books and I left. I knew I didn't want that life. I didn't want to be working for someone else at that age and I had bigger dreams financially,' he said.

His next 'aha' moment was during the Global Financial Crisis when the business he'd started with his brother went under.

'Looking back that business was a big mistake, we were young and stupid,' he said.

He had big dreams of success when he quit university - before starting a business which failed. This lead to him writing his thoughts down in a notebook

Within three years these 'thoughts' became a self-help book which was picked up by a popular publishing house

The brothers had been on a holiday together in Europe and took a liking to a brand of clothing, so they contacted the company to see if they had any distributers in Australia.

'They didn't, so we went to the bank and took out an unsecured $70,000 loan, looking back I don't even know why they gave it to us,' he said.

They bought stock and started selling the expensive clothing range, which was popular at first.

'Some of the items were $500 each, so when the GFC hit business dried up,' he said.

'We ended up going under and my brother and I were both left with huge debts.'

He then became a labourer to pay the bills.

Now Daniel spends a lot of his time traveling, and claims he only books first class or business class tickets

'Some days I was working for $80 an hour, which was great but other jobs would only pay $15 or $20,' he said.

He also took up a job with mates on the railway, but his heart was never in it.

Then one day Daniel was bursting at the seems - he had so many thoughts he knew he had to write them down.

One note book became two, soon he had dozens of lined exercise books full of ideas.

'I was finally taking ownership of my mistakes, looking back at where things had gone wrong and right,' he said.

'At first I had no idea I was writing a book, but one day it came to me as I stared at all of the notebooks.'

Daniel's second book 'The Modern Break-Up' has been hugely successful - it is his first work of fiction

Daniel had never been an avid writer before.

'I didn't plan it, it just poured out of me. I would wake up at three in the morning just to write before work, and stay up late doing the same thing,' he said.

Once he realised he wanted to publish something he called his brother and close friends.

'My brother has always been supportive in everything I have wanted to do - but my friends thought I was crazy,' he said.

Once he had finished his book he realised the challenge to get it published had barely begun.

'I couldn't even get it edited, and I was willing to pay people,' he said.

Daniel says he used to be embarrassed of where he was in life - pictured here before success

'One really well-known woman in the industry told me the book would never be published or amount to anything.' 

That just made him want it more. He took another look at the book and reshaped it.

Then managed to find someone willing to go through it.

'Writing the book was hard, but I had no idea that was the easy bit,' he said.

By this time Daniel had paid off his debts and managed to save enough money to self-publish.

'That was in 2015 and sales were very slow to begin with,' he said.

'Then I started advertising it online and before I knew it I had sold 100,000 copies.'

Then he finally caught the attention of publishers.

Penguin scooped up the rights to the self-help book in 2018 and handed Daniel a healthy six-figure up-front sum.

Now the book is available in 13 languages worldwide.

Daniel's second book is fiction.

Released in 2019 the novel is based around a woman who has broken up with her long term boyfriend.

It follows her thoughts and feelings as the relationship comes to an end.

He was afraid to tell people what he did for work because his heart wasn't in it 

And it has been a huge hit with celebrities and their followers.

'After the last book's success I started my own publishing company and put the book out myself,' he said.

It has been translated into three languages, with Daniel signing individual contracts with small publishing houses rather than working with a firm that already has translating contracts globally.

And he's not done yet.

'I am working with producers on my own movie and have spent the last six months working on a script,' he said.

Daniel's days of debt are also behind him.

'I have been saving and investing and I am looking to move to the US to further my career so will buy a home there,' he said.

Daniel's first business was a clothing store - but the high-end market took a hot during the GFC and his business failed

Daniel wants people to follow their hearts - he had never written before but listened to his intuition and is forever grateful

'I spend most of my income on travel at the moment, I only ever fly first class or business and have been all around the world.

'I also funnel a lot back into the company and my brand,' he said.

Daniel wants others to believe they too can achieve their dreams.

'There were so many times I doubted myself and wondered if I had done the right thing,' he said.

'But I followed my heart, and I found my calling.

'If you are authentic and what you do comes from the heart then you will succeed.'

Daniel also has plans for a second novel which will follow from his last, this time telling the story of the male protagonist. 

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