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This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in – and two shows, Dance Moms and Teen Mom 2, wrapped up painfully long seasons this week. 1.455 million watched the Dance Moms reunion, and the controversial show ended season four with an average of 1.84 million viewers. Part two of the Teen Mom 2 catch up special attracted 1.245 million, bringing its average to 1.76 million viewers.

Both Love & Hip Hop Hollywood and Million Dollar Listing LA celebrated an increase in viewership this week. 2.393 million watched relationship drama on L&HHH and 1.488 million watched realtor drama on MDLLA. An impressive 2.176 million checked out the aftermath of Florida on Real Housewives of New Jersey, but only 1.340 million stuck around to see Lauren pick a fight with Albie on Manzo’d with Children.

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dance moms reunion

To be honest, the most pressing question that I hoped would be answered on last night’s Dance Moms reunion was if Lifetime just couldn’t afford to film a new intro sans Kelly Hyland and daughters Brooke and Paige…not that I mind seeing them each week, but it’s a bit strange. Right off the bat, Jeff Collins needs some matte powder to go with his newly darkened hair. Is he sweating from the stage lights or the guilt he feels for constantly promoting Abby Lee Miller? Speaking of, Jeff has Abby solo on the couch, and he applauds the Nationals win and questions how Abby feels about Chloe’s fifth place finish being the best solo number in the ALDC. Abby cites fierce competition as the reason…well, that and the fact she didn’t put Maddie in to compete. Wait, I thought Maddie refused when asked (you go, girl!). Abby then talks about Kendall’s disappointing routine in light of how strong she was last year as Jill gestures violently backstage via picture in picture. Abby’s all “I told you so” as the paid audience laughs. 

dance moms chloe

I really, really got so heated when I was reading up on Chloe Lukasiak’s departure from Dance Moms. It was bad enough when I thought the horrible Abby Lee Miller called her “washed out,” but to learn that Lifetime had dubbed over what she really said makes me absolutely sick. Shame on these adults (all of them–the moms aren’t innocent either!) for putting these girls in this situation. No wonder Christi went off on Abby the way she did. Sure, she’s certainly done it before with less instigation, but still. Abby’s lucky, Christi didn’t poke her in the eye, just for good measure. I probably would have…

Thankfully, Christi and Chloe’s contract is up, and they are leaving the show. While I will certainly miss Chloe’s sweet nature and tremendous talent, but she needs to get away from that horrific dance teacher. Hey, if we’re lucky, Lifetime will get rid of their moneymaker and not renew the show. Am I the only one who wouldn’t miss it? Not surprisingly, Christi is still getting her digs in on the Twitterverse!

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abby lee miller sued by paige hyland

Following an extremely volatile season finale of Dance Moms, Abby is now facing another battle! Paige Hyland, who appeared on the show for 4 seasons, and left last season after her mother Kelly Hyland got in an altercation with Abby has now accused her former dance teacher of assault and filed a lawsuit against Abby Lee Miller!

In a suit filed on Tuesday in L.A. Superior Court, Paige attests that “Defendant Miller intentionally engaged in conduct that caused Plaintiff Paige Hyland to reasonably believe that she was about to be touched or harmed in an offensive manner.” 

Paige’s complaint states that she “feared she would be physically injured because she had observed Miller physically batter other people on the show including physically pushing [Paige's mother] Kelly Hyland’s face, pinching another student until she bled and violently grabbing another student by the arm.” 

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amber marchese turns to smoking to deal with jim

The reality TV viewer numbers are in – on Sunday, Real Housewives of New Jersey saw a season high with 2.26 million fans tuning in to see Jim and Amber kicked out of FL. To the dismay of many of our readers, Manzo’d with Children premiered with back-to-back episodes and an average of 1.64 million viewers.

On Monday, we were treated to two specials, Watch What Happens Live and Ask The Moms. 1.662 million couldn’t resist Joe and Teresa Giudice on WWHL and 1.040 million checked out the Teen Mom and Teen Mom 2 stars on Ask The Moms. Also, Love & Hip Hop Hollywood continued to slowly lose viewers, with 2.185 million tuning in this week.

On Tuesday, the season finale of Dance Moms garnered 1.619 million, bringing its season average to 1.86 million. Below Deck brought 1.191 million viewers to Bravo. On Wednesday, part one of the Teen Mom 2 catch up specials attracted 1.375 million, and Million Dollar Listing LA remains steady with 1.175 million.

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dance moms aldc

Last night was the season finale of Dance Moms, and I don’t know about you, but I’m wondering who I’m going to spend my Tuesday evenings with now that Abby Lee Miller is on hiatus. Who will brighten my day with her cheer and positive attitude? Still in Los Angeles and prepping for Nationals, Abby has the elite team facing off with the select crew, and she’s striking fear in the hearts of both teams with the threat of Cathy’s Candy Apples. Abby then springs on the crew that Maddie may be doing solo, and Melissa states that she thinks that the other girls should have a chance to win. What? She’s finally putting being liked by the other mothers over her daughter winning every routine she enters? 

Across town, the Candy Apples are rehearsing their group routine to Chandelier as a dig to Maddie’s Sia video. At the ALDC studio, Abby is hoping that her “Amber Alert” group number will send chills up the spines of the audience, but MacKenzie’s dancing says otherwise. Abby has had it with her group routine, and she urges Maddie to practice her solo in the event she needs a slam dunk in the competition. Nia speaks up, asking why they aren’t focusing on the group number since it’s the most important. Until Nia and Mack-Z can get in sync, Abby thinks Maddie’s efforts would be best spent elsewhere. The other moms are livid with Melissa for not speaking up…I guess her need for inclusion was short lived, although the moms are kidding themselves if they think for a second they wouldn’t behave the same to further their daughters’ careers. As Holly, Christi, and Jill henpeck her, Melissa erupts into a bleeping ball of anger. I knew you had it in you, girl! 

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Teen Mom 2 season finale Jenelle Evans

This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in – the season finale of Teen Mom 2 garnered 1.891 million viewers, bringing the Season 5B average to 1.83 million. Ratings wise, the show consistently won its night, so I fully expect there to be a season six. The season finale of Atlanta Exes attracted 1.477 million viewers. The show lost nearly 800,000 viewers since its premiere but finished season one with an impressive 1.73 million average. 

Also this week, 1.906 million viewers tuned to see Jim wreck havoc in Florida on Real Housewives of New Jersey, part one of the Dance Moms season finale attracted 1.418 million viewers, 1.164 million viewers watched the Brits compete with Josh Altman on Million Dollar Listing LA, and Omarion’s mama drama on Love & Hip Hop Hollywood garnered 2.288 million viewers. And Below Deck remained steady with 1.127 million viewers. 

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dance moms elite team

Welcome to Hollywood! The girls of the ALDC have arrived in California for Nationals. On last night’s Dance Moms, Abby Lee Miller wanted to remind everyone that she’s a star maker. The original mothers and daughters are in the studio, and they are in shock when the select team arrives on their heels. You know it’s bad when even Holly is huffing and puffing about things. Abby shuts down the bickering by starting the pyramid. Chloe is on bottom because her foot injury wouldn’t allow her to dance last week. Christi announces that Chloe’s doctor has cleared her to dance. MacKenzie follows for walking the fine line between decent and silly. Nia falls to the bottom rung for not living up to her winning performance the week before. Kendall is in third, followed by Kamryn for playing up to Abby. No surprise, Maddie is on the top for balancing her amazing performances with her plethora of outside opportunities. 

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