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Don't you think it is really interesting that the day after the world finds out that Julianne Hough was visiting a "friend" and her jewelry stolen from her car that Ryan and Julianne split. I'm surprised they lasted this long. Of course since Ryan is such a ladies man it won't take him very long to find someone new. I have to say that I thought they were finished back in January when Julianne went on a vacation with some of those friends I spoke about earlier. Then, Ryan showed up and they pretended to be together for another six weeks. So, if Julianne had three pieces of jewelry valued at $100K, I'm guessing in cash and prizes, she probably received $1M in the two years they dated. That seems like a good estimate doesn't it?
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