'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller Benches Brynn for Maddie

By Shane Jordan on Feb 20, 2016 08:00 PM EST

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.

With Maddie Ziegler having already announced that she isn't going to be returning to the Dance Moms after Season 6, it makes perfect sense that some of the other dancers at ALDC might be looking to take her place as the dance company's biggest star.

One secret source quoted by the Inquisitr claims that more than any of the kids themselves, Brynn Rumfallo's mom, Ashlee, has her eye on the top prize for her rising star:

"Ashlee hopes that Abby will spend more time grooming Brynn to be the next big star."

Unfortunately for Ashlee's dreams of Brynn replacing Maddie, when Ziegler returned it wasn't long before Abby Lee Miller started to see her daughter as a second-stringer again.

During a recent episode of the show, Miller made it clear that now that she has Ziegler, once again, to rely on, she is going to be looking for Rumfallo to take a back seat to the real stars (via IBTimes):

"Well Maddie's back, so I think Brynn is on probation."

What do you think of Brynn Rumfallo's talent as a dancer?

Is she poised to take Maddie Ziegler's place at ALDC just as soon as the spot opens up?

Or, would it probably be best if her mom didn't put that kind of pressure on her.

Let us hear what you have to say about it in the comment field below.

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TagsDance Moms, Abby Lee Miller, Brynn Rumfallo, Maddie Ziegler, Season 6, 2016, Lifetime

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