Recent buzz has announced that Derek Hough is ready to reprise his film star character, Noah West on this season of Nashville, who is reuniting with his co-star, Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere). This news can create ripples among the fans who will be all set to go gaga over their dancing heartthrob.
Noah, a handsome and charming movie star, last showed up in Nashville season 3, when he unintentionally caused some drama with Juliette and her baby daddy, Avery (Jonathan Jackson). When Cadence’s father appeared on set after discovering his off-again girlfriend was pregnant through text message and visited Juliette on the set of her film. Call it co-incidence or irony, Avery found Noah and Juliette together and started assuming the worst.
The photos which have been recently released reveal a lot about the Wednesday, May 18 episode titled “It’s Sure Gonna Hurt” of Nashville. However, it has been touted that Hough is reappearing for his multi-episode stint the week before, on May 11, “After You’ve Gone.”
Although there is no indications about what will make Noah (Derek Hough) come back to the fold, but the fans might find some sense behind it as the episodes roll out. Since the story line follows events of the meeting of Noah and Juliet on the Oscar campaign trail for their movie (within the show) the Patsy Cline biopic Shenandoah Girl, it can be assumed as the major reason for his (Hough) return.
Now it looks like television screens are going to heat up because sparks seriously fly when these two attractive characters (Noah and Juliette) first meet sharing their successful onscreen chemistry. In addition, ET Online has also revealed that the fans might get to see some hot kissing moments between the duo.
Hough isn’t the only celeb to cross over the paths with the actors of Nashville Season 4. In the May 11 episode, Juliette will also come across Kesha, who is guest-starring as herself.
May 18 will show a star-studded line-up of Hough, Sir Elton John and Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Raven Symone and Paula Faris from The View.
Nashville airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on ABC.