'Dance Moms' Season 8: Abby Lee Miller Exits Lifetime Show; Series To End With Season 7 Update
"Dance Moms" star, Abby Lee Miller exits the longtime reality series. Elsewhere, some of the cast members have hinted on the show's future. Read on for more details about "Dance Moms" Season 7.
Abby Lee Miller Exits "Dance Moms" Season 7
In the latest "Dance Moms" updates, Abby Lee Miller has made her exit official. She revealed her resignation on Instagram.
The 50-year-old talked about alleged decisions on the producers' side. Miller has been asking them for some "credits" for all the things that she did. Sadly, the crew did nothing "to no avail."
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"Dance Moms" lead star, Abby Lee Miller felt proud that she did not follow the official's idea on a dance piece. The latter wanted the piece "Where Have All The Children Gone" to have at least three solos as well.
The reality star then expressed her distaste for being "manipulated, disrespected and used." She added that those who tried to control her are inexperienced men who "treat women like dirt."
"Dance Moms" Abby Lee Miller Bankruptcy Update
Prior to her exit, Abby Lee Miller was unable to attend filming due to her ongoing court cases. According to TV Line, this might happen again even if she decides to continue with the show.
She will have to attend another session in May. Miller was charged with fraud after she failed to report the entire of her "Dance Moms" earnings. She pleaded guilty in order to avoid going to jail.
What Can Happen To "Dance Moms" Season 7? Cast Members Hints End Of Show
Several of the show's main stars have hinted on the show's final season. According to E! Online, Kendall Vertes said that it might be the "last pyramid" for the girls.
Meanwhile, Maddie Ziegler chose a different take on her end. It seems that she did not once mentioned Miller in her new memoir. The outlet also said that Ziegler acknowledged Sia as her mentor.
"Dance Moms" follows the lives of an instructor and the young members of her dance troupe, as they joined various competitions. Up until the seventh season, the show have helped the careers of youngsters.
One of which is Maddie Ziegler. She became famous for her collaboration with Sia. The 14-year-old alum appeared in five music videos including the hit "Chandelier."
As of now, Lifetime has yet to release their statement about Abby Lee Miller's exit. "Dance Moms" Season 7 airs on Lifetime.