Has this season of Dance Moms been going on long enough that we’re already at ALDC showcase? Abby Lee Miller is still torturing her dancers as to who will compete in Nationals. Who cares about Nationals…did y’all see Maddie do her Chandelier dance on last night’s Dancing with the Stars? She is crazy talented, but that dance has always given me the shivers. However, it’s safe to say that her duet partner is going to give me full on night terrors. How creepy was that? Sorry, I digress.
Abby is stressed and exciting about her upcoming dance concert. Kamryn has returned and Christi is upset as Chloe has already beaten her before. In the pyramid, Chloe is on the bottom because of her injury. MacKenzie follows for not being in sync in the group number. Kendall is in third for getting second to Nia. Maddie is second on the pyramid. Abby reminds her that if a bigger opportunity for her that conflicts with Nationals, she’ll have to take it instead of joining her team. Deservedly, Nia is in the top spot for her first time ever as the highest scoring soloist at the competition. A teary Abby announces that the group number will be a tribute to her mother. Additionally, each girl will be showcasing a forty-five second solo that will be her audition from Nationals. Abby will not rehearse nor watch the routines before the concert. The girls are on their own to choreograph what they believe is their best vignette.
Leaving her G-to-the-eeya runway walking days of Andy Cohen‘s obsession behind her, Gia has been focusing on music and dance. And now the 13-year-old just announced that together with two friends she has formed her own group. Can we say: Future Kandi Burruss!
Leave it to LeAnn Rimes to cause a scene wherever she goes! This weekend LeAnn was in Phoenix where she sat in the audience for an intimate David Gray performance. And unfortunately LeAnn forgot that DAVID was the star of the show!
The LeAnn & Eddie star happened to be seated in front of KNIX radio host Matt McAllister, where she talked through the entire performance and sang loudly to all the songs. David must have heard her because he invited LeAnn to come up on stage and sing a duet with him. But LeAnn seemed to forget that she was only invited to perform for ONE song because according to Matt she continued to belt out songs from her seat in the audience. Well – at least LeAnn can actually sing (and she knew all the words to every song)!
“I was so torn on what to do with this info,” blogged Dina. “My first instinct was of course to let the girls know that someone was talking about their mother. If someone was talking about my mom, I would want to know so I could rip their face off. Not very zen, huh? Say all you want about me, but mention my kid or my parents and all bets are off.”
To kick things off, the ladies decide to take Krav Maga class. Tameka says that she uses the class to keep in shape. The instructor is showing the women techniques to defend against someone holding their neck, and Christina Johnson has a moment. She says, “I can’t do this,” and walks away. Monyetta Shaw goes to comfort her and Christina confesses that she was in an abusive relationship when she was younger, and that she can’t have anyone touch her neck. Monyetta comforts her and tells Christina to be glad to be there to talk about it.