There is nothing quite like watching Abby Lee Miller get into with the moms of Dance Moms, well except maybe for watching her get into with rival dance coach Cathy Nesbitt-Stein. However, this past season we watched as Stein let Jeanette Cota take over her competition team, which was not as much fun to watch. And for fans, we want to know whether or not Cathy has plans on returning to the show or if she is gone for good.
Luckily, Cathy Nesbitt-Stein recently opened up about her future on the show, whether or not she’d replace Abby Lee Miller (should she choose not to return), and what her daughter Vivi-Anne has been up to these days. If you’re a Dance Moms fan, you don’t want to miss this!
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Looks like Dance Moms has one very obsessed fan. I mean, as if sending a package to one of the underage stars containing pornographic material wasn’t enough, it looks as though Phoenix Sundown has a bit of an obsession going on. You see, Jo JoSiwa wasn’t the only cast members who was targeted, as Sundown recently told the press that he has also sent numerous packages to 12-year-old Maddie Ziegler, as well.
Talk about creepy. Well it gets even creepier from there, folks. Sundown also has a tattoo on his neck of what he claims is Abby Lee Miller – as a zombie. Wait, what? And even scarier yet, is what Sundown had to say about sending the packages to the girls – just wait until you hear this!
Dance Moms‘ most recent season may have come to a close, but the drama is far from over…at least for one cast member. And guess what? It wasn’t Abby Lee Miller causing a stir this time! Instead, one of the young cast members was the target of a stalking creeper.
Earlier this week, police were called to check out a suspicious package sent to one of the stars of Dance Moms. And it’s a good thing they were called in, because what was inside the package was definitely not a teddy bear or new dance costume, but it was pornographic in nature. Who would do such a thing?
Admit it…you’ve been wondering where Candy Apples Cathy went on the second half of what had to be the longest season of Dance Moms. Abby Lee Miller’s nemesis was there one episode, and the next she was gone, sending Jeanette to lead her dancers. So what happened? Where in the world is Cathy Nesbitt-Stein?
While pettiness and meltdowns and ugliness unfolded on the fifth season of Dance Moms, the reason for Cathy’s absence is anything but dramatic. She claims she was simply too busy with her actual studio to participate, especially with the show relocating to Los Angeles. Of course, we all know she loves to rile up Abby, so I’m guessing she’s not gone for good…and Cathy admits that she’d love to be a part of season 6. A sixth season. I knew it was happening, but it’s like a punch in the stomach every time I’m reminded of it!
Abby partnered with her extra-special favorites Maddie Ziegler and her little sister MacKenzie, along with Kendall and Kalani, to create the “Dance Secrets” app. The app provides fans of the show access to exclusive photos and videos, dance tutorials taught by Abby and the cast, plus “a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their everyday lives from backstage rituals at competitions, shopping trips, traveling, insider tips, trade secrets, and more!”
I don’t know about you, but last night’s parade of bump-its, spray tans, and grown-a$$ women dressed in prom dresses was exactly what I’d expect from the Dance Moms Reunion. As the mothers get dolled up pageant style, we learn that Abby Lee Miller has been texting them constantly, forbidding them from attending the reunion. Of course, when she finds out they are already there, she arrives and silently takes her seat, putting a slew of papers under the cushion.
As the show begins, Abby refuses to speak to anyone because she’s classy like that. I’m thrilled that Jeff Collins dialed back the orange tint in his hair from the last go-round. As the mom take the stage, Jeff rehashes the Nationals upset. Abby holds up a sign that reads, “Fixed!” Jill explains that the competition was orchestrated, and Holly interrupts to say that yes, the awards ceremony was a mess, but they’ve never complained when the ALDC won. No one cries “fixed” then! Jessalyn touts that it made their team seem like sore losers, and suddenly Abby has found her voice with Jill and Melissa co-signing her every word.
I should know by now never to believe any rumors that involve the star of a reality show not wanting to return. Let’s face it, they only stop being on the show when they get canned. Yes, I’m looking at you, Jill Zarin! The latest culprit in this phenomenon is none other than the lady everyone loves to hate…Dance Moms’Abby Lee Miller.
On this week’s finale, Abby infamously shooed her dancer off stage during the Nationals awards ceremony after placing second in group routine. The interwebs have been working overtime with speculation that Abby is refusing to return to the show that unfortunately made her a household name. Whether you believed that Abby was fed up with how she’s been portrayed (yeah, it was all totes editing!) or disputes over salary, it seems that none of the rumors were true. It looks like Abby’s back for season six, but the fate of the mothers and dancers is still up in the air!
Congratulations, dear readers. We did it. And more importantly, we did it together. We survived yet another season of Abby Lee Miller’s shenanigans on Dance Moms (not counting the reunion, of course…that will be a gem!). Pat yourself on the back. You are stronger than you thought you could be. After last week, the Nationals soloists were up in the air, but finally we got see some amazing drama–and even better dancing!
The finale episode begins with Abby corralling the girls to hype up Nationals and poo-poo the ALDC’s track record thus far this season. Jill hopes that Abby will focus and become the leader the team needs, but learning the Jeanette’s team is competing has her off her rocker per the usual. Abby is stressed about the studio opening, and Jessalyn wonders how in the world it will be finished in time. JoJo is on the bottom of the pyramid for constantly needing corrections, followed by MacKenzie. Kendall rounds out the bottom for being “okay.” Kalani is third on the pyramid for placing third in the competition, with Maddie holding down the second spot. Woo hoo! A deserving Nia tops the pyramid for being the overall high scoring solo. Finally.