"Dancing With The Stars" judge Julianne Hough knows a thing or two about winning ABC's popular ballroom dance competition. Back in 2007, she won the Mirrorball trophy with her partner, Olympic gold medalist Apolo Ohno and now, as a judge, she has a good eye for the contestants who have a good shot at winning.

Hough is currently jetting back and forth between the ABC ballroom in L.A. and the various stops on the Move Beyond tour she is about to kick off with her brother Derek. In the midst of all of her traveling (and wedding planning!), she took a moment to talk to TV Guide about who she thinks could be crowned the "Dancing with the Stars" Season 24 winner.

Julianne's favorite celeb dancer

There's quite a variety of celebs this season and "A-Team" star Mr. T is one of Julianne's favorites.

But she doesn't think he's going to take home the "DWTS" Mirrorball trophy — she just loves the guy beneath that tough exterior.

Although Hough knows that he probably won't make it far this season, she tells TV Guide that although he's "far from the best dancer" he's the "sweetest, kindest man."

But sweetness isn't the key to winning "DWTS" — great dance moves and votes from fans gives celebs the edge in the ballroom.

Julianne's top four picks

Three celebs stand out to Julianne when it comes to who will win this season's Mirrorball trophy. She thinks there's a good possibility that David Ross, Rashad Jennings, Heather Morris, and Simone Biles will go far, but will they make it to the finals?

She tells TV Guide that Ross is "a breath of fresh air" and NFL player Rashad Jennings' most recent performance was "obviously amazing." And as far as Simone Biles goes, there's no doubt most fans will agree that she has a really good chance of winning and Julianne agrees.

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But she also feels the same way about Heather Morris who has a background in dancing that gives her an edge this season. However, Morris is currently dancing with a new partner, Alan Bernstein, while her pro-partner Maks Chmerkovskiy recovers from surgery. If he doesn't return this season, there's a chance that Heather could be eliminated long before she would have if Maks didn't injure his calf.