Julianne Hough has her heart set on getting one particular artist to perform at her wedding, and she's willing to do whatever it takes.
The 28-year-old Dancing With the Stars judge spoke with ET on Thursday, while promoting her Get in the Know About Me in EndoMEtriosis campaign, and opened up about wanting to get Norwegian superstar DJ Kygo to play at her wedding reception.
"I’m going to pull out all the favors," Hough said, admitting that she even wants to reach out to Kygo's recent collaborator, Selena Gomez, to see if she can "pull some strings."
Whether or not Hough manages to get Kygo to rock her wedding, the actress and dancer says she and future-husband Brooks Laich are "just excited to get married and and have all of our closest friends with us on that day."
Regardless of who performs at her wedding, Hough says, "There’s going to be a lot of dancing."
"There’s [going to be] no speeches," she added. "We’re just gonna dance from like, 10 to 10."
While Hough and Laich are still working out most of their wedding's details, she says they've already taken care of the hardest part: the guest list.
"I have a really big family. Brooks has sort of a moderate-sized family, so regardless of how small we want it, it’s still going to be big," Hough explained.
As for what preparation remains, Hough said there's "so much left to do." Including her wedding dress, among several other important aspects.
"Fortunately, we still have some time," she said. "So we’re good."
Hough isn't the only DWTS castmember who will soon be walking down the isle. Fellow judge Carrie Ann Inaba and co-host Erin Andrews are also engaged and starting to prepare their own lavish wedding ceremonies.
"We all talk about it," Hough shared. "I think we’re kind of similar. We're all sort of in that planning process, but that’s kind of it."
Last week, Hough opened up to ET about her recent bachelorette party in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, with some of her closest pals, including Nina Dobrev, Cindy Crawford and Kris Jenner.
Check out the video below for more on Hough's tropical celebration.
-Reporting by Rachel McRady