Julianne Hough will not be returning to Dancing with the Stars' judging panel this fall.

ABC has confirmed Hough will not be a member of the judging panel of this fall's Season 25 edition of the ABC ballroom dancing competition.

Instead, Dancing with the Stars' 25th season will revert to its three-member judges table comprised of Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli.

"We are thrilled to have Len, Bruno and Carrie Ann back in the ballroom and look forward to welcoming guest judges wherever possible," a Dancing with the Stars representative told People, which did not report a reason for Hough's departure.

Hough's departure represents the second time the 29 year old -- who married NHL player Brooks Laich in July -- has left Dancing with the Stars judging panel.

After joining the panel as a regular judge for Season 19, Hough remained a judge through Season 21 before departing to focus on other projects, including starring as Sandra Dee in Fox's Grease: Live! and additional dance projects.

However Hough ended up returning for last fall's 23rd season of Dancing with the Stars and then also remained a member of the judging panel for this past spring's 24th season.

Prior to becoming a judge on the reality competition series, Hough also danced in the ballroom as a professional partner for Seasons 4-8, winning two mirror-ball trophies.

Dancing with the Stars' 25th season will premiere Monday, September 18 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.