‘Dance Moms’ Maddie Ziegler New Movie Salary Revealed
It looks like Maddie Ziegler is doing alright for a 13-year-old. According to the latest gossip news updates, the Sia music video star will go from making $2,000 an episode at Dance Moms to netting ten times as much for her work in her first full length film, The Book of Henry. Despite her quitting the Lifetime reality series to work on a new big budget Hollywood movie, Ziegler won't be leaving dancing to act fulltime. In fact, the pintsized protégé just announced that she has now joined Dace.com, an online community and social network for the dance industry.
It would appear that Dance Mom's breakout star, Maddie Ziegler, has figured out an easier way to make money than letting cameras follow her around for 30 episodes at a time.
According to TMZ, the teenage dance queen is set to take home $20K for s few week's work on Colin Trevorrow's new movie, The Book of Henry:
"The 13-year-old will hit the big screen banking at least $20,000 in a film called, The Book of Henry.
"The cast includes Naomi Watts, Sarah Silverman, Bobby Moynihan and child actor Jacob Tremblay who starred in Golden Globe nominated Room."
Maddie Ziegler's fans need not worry that she is leaving the dance floor behind for the bright lights of Hollywood, however, as the former reality star recently let her Instagram followers know that she had just joined Dance.com (via Design & Trend):
A video posted by Maddie Ziegler (@maddieziegler) on Jan 22, 2016 at 1:05pm PST
"Have you guys checked out @dance_dotcom yet?
"It's a totally awesome free website for dancers! Join my #DanceFam by clicking the link in my bio!"
What do you think about Maddie Ziegler's leaving Dance Moms behind so suddenly?
Is it a bit telling that she is willing to abandon the show that made her famous just as soon as something better came along?
Or, would it be crazy for Ziegler not to make as much of her success while she can?
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