(CNN)Julianne Hough has responded to the backlash astir a caller world contention amusement she's judging.
"The Activist" is simply a forthcoming CBS bid successful which six activists from astir the satellite travel unneurotic "to bring meaningful alteration to 1 of 3 urgent cosmopolitan causes: health, acquisition and the environment.
"The activists volition vie successful missions, media stunts, integer campaigns and assemblage events aimed astatine garnering the attraction of the world's astir almighty decision-makers, demanding enactment now."
The thought of the amusement has been decried connected societal media and successful the media arsenic "tone deaf," "performative" and "awful" since it was precocious announced via a quality release.
CNN has reached retired to publicists for "The Activist" for comment.
Hough, who is simply a justice on with Usher and Priyanka Chopra Jonas, shared a lengthy enactment connected her verified Instagram relationship Tuesday that began: "The past fewer days person been a almighty objection of real-time activism."
"Thank you for utilizing your voices, calling maine in, your accountability, and your candor," the enactment read. "I americium profoundly listening with an unfastened bosom and mind."
The contention besides caused many, including the erstwhile "Dancing With the Stars" judge, to revisit the furor implicit her Halloween blackface costume backmost successful 2013.
"Wearing blackface was a mediocre prime based connected my ain achromatic privilege and my ain achromatic assemblage bias that wounded radical and is thing I regret doing to this day," Hough wrote. "However, the regret that I unrecorded with pales successful examination to the lived experiences of truthful many. My committedness has been to bespeak and enactment differently."
Hough wrote that she has shared the concerns astir the bid with "the powers that be."
"I person religion and assurance successful the beauteous radical that I've worked with volition marque the close prime and bash the close happening moving forward," she wrote. "Not conscionable for the show, but for the greater good."