‘Dance Moms’ Cast Update: Mackenzie Gets Jealous of Maddie

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
‘Dance Moms’ Cast Update: Mackenzie Gets Jealous of Maddie

Sisters will always be sisters. “Dance Moms” star Maddie Ziegler revealed that her younger sister and co-star Mackenzie tends to get jealous of her fame. Read on for details.

Maddie told Yahoo News that she and her 10-year-old sister always compete against each other. However, she preferred to support Mackenzie. She hoped that Mackenzie would improve as a performer.

Sia’s muse understood Mackenzie’s feelings. She admitted that Mackenzie gets annoyed everytime her older sister is interviewed.

“But that’s just her being my sister. If she was my friend, she wouldn’t care,” Maddie said.

Maddie is more than just a powerful dancer and a supportive sister. She previously revealed to Us Weekly her love for certain books, as well as stories she longed to read.

First on the list is Ellen Raskin’s “The Westing Game.” Ziegler admitted liking murder mysteries. She explained that Raskin’s novel is similar to “Clue.” She proudly said that she only had 10 chapters left.

Ziegler revealed that she is a fan of Bella Thorne. She wanted to read “Autumn Falls” because it is about Thorne’s life.

The young dancer once revealed that she is a big fan of “The Hunger Games” movie series. Now, she planned to read the rest of Suzanne Collins’ novels. She said she still needed to read the second and third books. She also longed to read John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars” after watching the film adaptation “800 times.” Same goes to Veronica Roth’s “Divergent.”

“I’m really bad about reading the books after the movies,” Ziegler said.

“Dance Moms” Season 5 airs every Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. on Lifetime.

There you have it for the cast update on “Dance Moms” star Maddie Ziegler. 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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