Julianne Hough is reportedly returning to Dancing with the Stars.

Hough, a two-time Dancing with the Stars champion, will be serving as a judge on Dancing with the Stars' upcoming nineteenth season instead of a professional partner, TMZ reported.

According to show sources, Dancing with the Stars producers reportedly offered Hough a spot on the judging panel, making her the fourth judge.

Hough, 26, will allegedly be joining Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and Len Goodman on the panel, as the three judges are currently in negotiations to all come back to the series.

Due to the fact a judging gig is only a couple of hours a week on Dancing with the Stars, Hough will still be pursuing her acting career on the side, TMZ reported.

Fellow Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy reportedly wanted to become a judge very badly so he's made his frustration known to producers. If Hough in fact lands the position, it appears Chmerkovskiy will have nothing to do with the show's next edition since he didn't sign on as a pro.

Hough left the reality dancing competition before its ninth season premiered for other career ventures. She's since released a country music album and starred in Footloose and Safe Haven among other movies.

Hough never returned as a pro although she's performed on the show to promote her movies and had served as a guest judge once during each of the last two seasons.