Kelly alleged that producers provoked the backstage hair pulling argument with Abby to force Kelly off the show, then detained her from fleeing in order to press charges. Abby did press charges of misdemeanor assault, which were dropped.
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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The reality TV stars are still firmly planted in NYC this week since anyone who’s anyone is crawling the Fashion Week events.
Kourtney Kardashian continues to show off an edgier post-Scott look as she and her Kardashian-Jenner family attend shows and events all week. Including Kim Kardashian wearing a fur coat in the 85 degree heat.
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!”
Well, here’s a blast from the past! Carmen Electra is finding her way back into the spotlight (at least a very thin, flimsy sliver of it) with her new gig as host for WE TV’s new reality series: Ex Isle. The series pledges to help couples break it off with their exes for good, supplying them with plenty of fresh meat alternative choices in future dating partners.
Production is rolling on the 10-episode series, which will take place in the Casa de Campo Resort in the Dominican Republic. Five couples who are already broken up will be guided by an on-site psychiatrist, Dr. Ish Major, to “break free from the past” in order to move on with new relationships. And just to move things along at a proper reality TV pace, Ex Isle will ship in 10 ready-to-mingle-singles for the recently fractured couples to snatch up. This, of course, is all in the name of “building emotionally healthy and productive relationships,” says WE TV’s president Marc Juris.