Dance Moms Cast Update: Abby Lee Miller Slams Producers

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Dance Moms Cast Update: Abby Lee Miller Slams Producers

Abby Lee Miller finally speaks up to TMZ about the reason why conflicts seemed to be getting out of hand on Lifetime’s “Dance Moms” Season 5. Read on for more details.

In an interview with TMZ, Miller looked cool but was obviously sarcastic and furious. First off, she called out to the new producers she liked to refer to as “Tweedledee” and “Tweedledum.” Then, she explained that they were “pushing the envelope” on issues that were already solved in the show’s first seasons.

The iconic dance instructor claimed that the new producers did not watch the show. She also had no idea what was going on in the past. She added that they had no clue about dancing.

Miller admitted making children cry most of the time but explained that she has been doing that for the past 30 years as a teacher. She emphasized that it is part of the training. She said that the producers made her exhausted and lose her mind.

Maddie Ziegler’s number one fan made it clear that “Dance Moms” focuses on the real world of competitive dance. She explained that disappointed kids and mothers after a loss normally happens.

For the final note, Miller considered firing a producer. She realized that she does not want to be blamed for someone who could not pay the bills. She compared the producers to the people she met during the 10th anniversary of “Dancing with the Stars.” Unlike Tweedledum and Tweedledee, she was glad to meet people who were “nice, kind, welcoming and respectful.” She felt proud that everyone knew her from the event.

“Dance Moms” airs every Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. on Lifetime.

There you have it for the cast update on “Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG) and like our Facebook page What Movie is this.

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