Tonight, Lifetime’s hit dance drama, 'Dance Moms' is back with two back-to-back episodes. First off we head back down the Yellow Brick Road in the revisited “Dance and Chat” edition of last week’s new episode. Tonight’s all new episode features a special tribute to the late, great David Bowie. The girls of ALDC head down to Vegas where they honor the 'Lazarus' writer.
Spoiler Alert: Tonight Lifetime's hit reality series 'Dance Moms' is back with a brand new episode as well as a newish one. First we get warmed up with a special revisited “Dance & Chat” edition of last week’s episode, “The Maddie Rummer.” Than we get to the main event, an all new episode titled “Brynn’s Big Moment.” Check out the report below for a look at both episodes to see what the Abby Lee Dance Company has in store for us tonight.
It has come as a resounding surprise that 13-year-old dancing star Maddie Ziegler will be added to the judging panel on "So You Think You Can Dance." In keeping with its Next Generation theme, Ziegler will join Nigel Lythgoe, Paula Abdul and Jason Derulo on the series.
'Dance Moms' is back tonight with two new episode. First off we have the "Dance & Chat" edition of last week’s episode where Maddie Ziegler returns after taking time off to film a movie. The dance drama also continues into the 9:00 p.m. hour with a never before seen episode. Check the report below to see what is in store for the ladies of the Abby Lee Dance Company, tonight.
When Maddie Ziegler took a break from Abby Lee Miller's ALDC to work on her first movie, The Book of Henry, earlier in Season 6 of Dance Moms, it looked as though it might finally be Brynn Rumfallo's time to shine. But just as soon as Sia's music video muse returned to the show, Rumfallo found herself back on "probation." Despite her mother, Ashlee, hopping otherwise, it looks like Brynn may be destined to live in Maddie's shadow, until the Hollywood up-and-comer leaves the Lifetime series for good at the end of the 2016 season.
Despite the fact the its breakout star, Maddie Ziegler, has just announced her intention to quit the show and Abby Lee Miller could possibly be looking at federal prison time, Lifetime wants more episodes of Dance Moms. According to the latest gossip news updates, the network has just ordered an undisclosed amount of additional episodes for Season 6. In more Dance Moms news, Maddie Ziegler isn't the only one moving on to bigger and better things, Asia Monet Ray recently opened up about how great it was to be working alongside Hollywood legends like John Travolta and Cuba Gooding Jr. on FX' The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
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 seems that Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller is having problem with more than just the IRS. According to the latest gossip news updates, the reality TV star very much dislikes the show's producers, who she feels stifle her creativity by imposing inappropriate themes. Miller apparently doesn't think very much of her student's mothers either -- recently explaining that if not for her guidance there is no telling how the kids would have turned out.
While it's true that Sia muse, Maddie Ziegler, is finally ready to walk away from Lifetime's 'Dance Moms' for bigger and better opportunities, Abby Lee Miller claims that she is leaving don't ring quite so true. According to the latest gossip news updates, the reports that Miller is quitting the successful realty TV show to focus on the FBI's fraud case against her are utterly false, as she has actually asked the California courts permission to travel with the show to Las Vegas since making her announcement.
It would seem that Maddie Ziegler is officially leaving her reality TV gig, Dance Moms, for bigger and better things. According to the latest gossip news updates, the 13-year-old star of three of Sia's music video's is quitting the show that helped make her famous to continuing working with the singer as an actress in her first movie. Meanwhile, Ziegler's former reality TV tutor, Abby Lee Miller's reputation for being less than kind has the 49-year-old reality star on the defensive. Miller recently explained that she is dedicated to shaping children's talent as dancers -- not building them up into thinking they are someone special.
Maddie Ziegler has become a bonafide success. The 13-year old dance prodigy got her big start on Lifetime's hit reality show 'Dance Moms', which is rumored to be leaving after the conclusion of Season 6. However, it was Maddie’s music video trilogy with recording artist Sia that skyrocketed her to mega fame. But stardom does come with its down side. Maddie Ziegler’s official Instagram was recently hacked. This is just a walk in the park compared to what stars can face from the ghastly and uncharitable amongst us. One of Maddie’s 'Dance Moms' co-stars, JoJo Siwa, was criminally harassed by a crazed man, Phoenix Sundown, who sent her severl pornographic packages. Luckily Sundown was arrested this past September. While in jail and awaiting trial he claimed to be able to talk to JoJo, Maddie and other members of the 'Dance Moms' cast in code via the internet. Sundown was recently sentenced to 3-years in prison.
Tonight’s Lifetime’s hit reality series 'Dance Moms' is all new. Recently it has been rumored that Sia music video prodagody Maddie Ziegler will be leaving the series after Season 6. Meanwhile, Abby Lee Miller has also opened up about problems with producers, meaning she might be absent from the show in the near future.