Last night's Dance Moms had my waterworks in full effect as Abby Lee Miller struggled with her mother's failing health. It's heartbreaking. As the episode begins, Melissa starts the water works with Abby after sharing that she'd been visiting with Mrs. Miller in hospice. Abby knows that her mother wouldn't want her moping around the nursing home, so instead she heads to the studio. The pyramid isn't going to reveal itself!
Nia is on the bottom for not being on the group routine. That's fair. Holly is furious. Kendall follows for her second place finish, and she can't even look up from the floor. Kalani is third from the bottom for minor technical issues. Kira is confused. Her daughter was part of the highest scoring duet. Clearly the girls' performance in the competitions has nothing to do with their spot on the pyramid. MacKenzie is third overall for balancing dance and her budding musical career. Chloe is second for her winning duet with Kalani. Kira's point has just been proven. Maddieis on the top for shining regardless of dancing a solo. Abby proclaims her the star of the group dance that she wasn't present to see. Abby wants to dedicate this week's competition to her mother. Both Maddie and Chloe get solos. MacKenzie won't be in the group number since she needs to focus on her music video, but Nia will be dancing with her peers…maybe. Holly wonders if Abby is taking on too much in order to escape her feelings about her mom. Why yes. Yes she is.
Well, well, well, Julianne Hough has found herself in a bit of a pickle, hasn't she? The former Dancing with the Stars pro recently came under fire from some former co-stars when she returned this week as a judge with some harsh words for Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Julianne's critiques came during the Switch-Up Week where the pros were paired up with a celebrity who wasn't their normal partner. Maks was dancing with Winnie Cooper Danica McKellar instead of his regular teammate, Olympian Meryl Davis. Julianne was met with boos from the audience when she chastised Maks of his performance with Danica, saying, "You just had to phone it in so you could go back to Meryl."
While Maks has tried to remain diplomatic about Julianne's comments, his fellow professional dancers and the reality show's contestants are coming to his defense…except for NeNe Leakes. NeNe is totally TeamHough because, well, you know, she loves drama and instigating and all that jazz.
As a result of Porsha's violence against Kenya she is allegedly fired (even though she was on the chopping block long before the incident).
NeNe Leakes has already spoken out stating that Kenya and her "fake booty" should be fired instead, but now TMZ reports the ladies of RHOA have banded together and are threatening a walk-out if Porsha is let go! Of course not joining in the protest is Kenya herself who is campaigning hard to get Porsha fired!
Media Takeout (we know, we know) is positing "evidence" that Kenya stashed Velvet with her assistant Brandon DeShazer in order to drum up a juicy sympathy storyline for Real Housewives of Atlanta about Velvet getting mauled.
As if the complete cast overhaul on Real Housewives of New York wasn't enough, now someone else appears to be adding her name to the cast roster.
Everyone's favorite completely delusional image consultantAmanda Sanders has dubbed herself the newest cast member. Last week Amanda's website was describing her as the newest castmember, she has since changed it to "appearing on" RHONY probably because Bravo got wind of her false-representation!
On Amanda's personal website she now lists herself as a "distinguished TV personality currently starring on ‘The Real Housewives of New York City’". What exactly is distinguished about showing Harry Dubin your dubin and admitting he doesn't remember you the next morning. Anyway…
The pear-shaped diamond is so crazy big we thought it was an April Fool's day joke. We weren't the only ones, so Lily came back to add, "For those of you that think it's an April Fool's joke, so did at first I when Dhar got on one knee!! That was his whole plan, he's so funny, romantic, and crazy like that."