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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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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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RHOA Kenya Moore Cynthia Bailey

Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from this week! Enjoy!

Above: Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey shared, “Being silly with Kenya Moore.”

Below you will find pics from Bethenny Frankel, Porsha WilliamsTorrei Hart, Melissa GorgaRay J, Brandi Glanville, Kristen Taekman, and more.

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RHONJ Jacqueline and Nicholas

The reality TV viewer numbers are in – and only the Real Housewives of New Jersey and Don’t Be Tardy saw an increase in viewers this week. Just over two million viewers tuned in to see Jacqueline’s return to Real Housewives of New Jersey. Or maybe it was the “new scary island” trip that attracted more viewers? The season finale of Don’t Be Tardy garnered 1.049 million viewers, bringing the season three average to roughly one million viewers. 

As for this week’s losers, Love & Hip Hop Hollywood and Teen Mom 2 fell the hardest. L&HHH debuted to 2.808 million last week, but only 2.371 million cared to watch this week. Only 1.353 million (down 531,000 viewers and a season low) watched the custody woes on Teen Mom 2. 1.433 million tuned in to see Sheree confront Tameka on Atlanta Exes, just over one million watched James and Josh butt heads on Million Dollar Listing LA, and 1.393 million sat through yet another week of unfair nationals prep on Dance Moms

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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. 

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Love & Hip Hop Hollywood

This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in – and an impressive 2.808 million viewers checked out the series premiere of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood. Will it hold on to big numbers and be Mona Scott Young’s next hit? Also on Monday, 1.607 million watched Sheree reconnect with her dad on Atlanta Exes.

On Tuesday, Below Deck continued to gain viewers, logging 1.231 million this week, and 1.486 million watched Abby traumatize Sarah on Dance Moms.

On Wednesday, Couples Therapy dropped down to 714,000 viewers this week, while 1.205 million couldn’t resist seeing Josh Flagg and Ryan Serhant face off on Million Dollar Listing LA. And ratings wise, Teen Mom 2 won the night, with 1.884 million tuning in to watch Jenelle Evans give birth to her second son.

Also this week, 1.827 million sat through TMI about RINO on Real Housewives of New Jersey, and 819,000 tuned in to see Kim’s surgery on Don’t Be Tardy.

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dance moms nia

Well, last night’s Dance Moms has less Abby Lee Miller cruelty and more happy dancers…at least among the veteran girls!  The moms enter the studio sans daughters, and Abby warns that every minute she has to wait on her dancers is another minute she contemplates another team for Nationals. Holly wants to have a dialogue with Abby regarding the unresolved issues from last week’s fight without the children involved. Holly conveys her message calmly and clearly. Of course, Abby dismisses Holly’s concerns over name-calling and derogatory comments as just an excuse not to face Nia’s failure as a dancer. She’s just the sweetest. Refusing to stray from her tried and true teaching methods of bullying and nastiness, Abby concludes that Holly is lucky that she was invited back to the ALDS. 

This week Tracey and her daughter Sarah are joining the crew. The pyramid goes quickly as Maddie was the only one who was allowed to perform at the competition after Abby pulled the group number. This week, the girls are going to Orlando, Florida to compete. Sarah has a solo, and Tracey wants her daughter moved permanently to the elite competition team. Kendall will also be getting a solo, and it will be the same routine that Maddie won with last week. Abby is a big enough person (cough, cough) to put aside her issues with Holly and allow Nia to dance the Maya Angelou solo she teased about last week.  Abby seems totally unfazed when Christi announces that Chloe will be leaving rehearsal early to get an MRI done on her foot. In the viewing room, Tracey asks why Abby is so mad at the mothers, and Holly fills her in on the tally chart.

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