Julianne Hough Was An Extra In 'Harry Potter,' But We Actually Already Knew That

05/16/2015 08:01 pm ET | Updated May 16, 2015
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Julianne Hough took part in Us Weekly's "25 Things You Don't Know About Me" feature, in which the magazine asks celebrities to list 25 interesting or random facts about themselves that the public probably doesn't know about them. But Hough's list comes up short, because there's at least one fact we definitely already knew:

11. I was a Gryffindor in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone," but don’t blink or you’ll miss me!

While this isn't news to us, maybe it's news to you. And there really isn't a bad time to revisit a moment in Harry Potter history. Hough's role as a Hogwarts student was blink and you'll miss it, indeed. She can be seen sitting near Hermoine (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint) while they cheer on Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) at a Quidditch match.


Hough has actually spoken about her appearance in the beloved 2001 children's movie on more than one occasion.

“Oh, yes. I remember it like it was yesterday. I’m still such a big fan. I always go and watch the midnight showing, so I’m excited to see it," she told Parade magazine in 2011 when asked if the ending of the film series felt bittersweet.

She added, “I might get in trouble for this, but I actually stole the Gryffindor scarf that I had as a memento. I was like, ‘I have to keep this scarf!’”

Then in 2012, during an appearance on "Live With Kelly," Hough brought up the scarf story again and admitted that while filming the movie as an 11-year-old she fell hard for Harry Potter himself.

"I was kind of in love, especially with Daniel Radcliffe. I wrote him a love note. It was Valentine's Day and I got him the Valentino Beanie Baby. I never heard back," she said.

If people weren't aware she had an uncredited role in the first "Harry Potter" movie, well they are now.

You can also see Hough in this deleted "Harry Potter" scene

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