Abby Lee Miller’s Dance Moms spinoff, Abby’s Virtual Dance Off, has been canceled in the wake of racist accusations against the reality TV star, Yahoo Entertainment confirms.
Abby Lee Miller opens up about the PTSD she's suffered since prison, and how she can help Kim Kardashian with prison reform.
The 'Dance Moms' star shares an extremely personal photo one year after she underwent emergency surgery on her spine.
"Keep a very low profile. Be kind to people. Tell your story but listen," advised the "Dance Moms" star, who served time in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud.
Here, we track what the controversial "Dance Moms" personality has been doing — including glamifying, laundry, and catching up on celebrity gossip. (Yes, apparently she cares about Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston too.)
Abby Lee Miller was just days away from serving a prison sentence of one year and one day for bankruptcy fraud, so she got some advice from a prison consultant.
Behold, Abby Lee Miller — mistress of understatement. “Dance Moms” alum Abby Lee Miller took to Twitter on Wednesday, as she headed to prison to begin serving her sentence, noting that it would be a “tough day” for her. “Today is going to be a tough day! Seems as though important facts were omitted from the case!…,” Miller wrote.
Miller told “Access Hollywood” hosts Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover, “I almost went down. I think my knees buckled," when her one-year sentence was announced.
A judge ruled that the former 'Dance Moms' star will also serve two years probation.
On Tuesday, Dance Moms revealed a familiar and villainous person would be returning to the show: Cathy Nesbitt-Stein. Cathy leads the Candy Apple’s Dance Center and is Abby’s nemesis. Abby said, “I can’t even call her a pathetic example of a dance teacher. She’s a pathetic example of a woman. Period.”
Abby Lee Miller hit a new low on Tuesday’s "Dance Moms." The elite dance group wanted to scrap a boxing routine that Miller choreographed. Neither the moms nor the dancers believed it would do well in a competition.
Throughout Season 6 of Dance Moms, a dark cloud has loomed over Abby Lee Miller. While she has tried to remain cool, it may now be too much for her to handle.
On Tuesday’s "Dance Moms," some of the moms made attempts to distance themselves from Abby Lee Miller, the owner of the popular dance studio and tumultuous personality on the Lifetime reality series, who recently pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud.
On Sunday, the Dance Moms star got candid about the legal drama while at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles, admitting she’s learned from her mistakes.