Abby Lee Miller is Back!

Abby Lee Dance Company always brings together extremely talented dancers to compete in competitions on the hit series Dance Moms. This time, dance instructor Abby Lee Miller has brought together new moms and dancers in a new season called Dance Moms: Resurrection.


Abby Lee is best known for her fiery, hot tempered personality on the show, but no one can deny the talent she has created throughout the dance world. With new dancers though, this season is a little different.

“These kids were selected, hand-picked from around the country. So you are going to see some talent," Abby says.

Abby Lee with the new dancers of Season 8! PC: @therealabbylee

The dancers are supposed to be the ones in the spotlight, right? Well, like all other seasons, the moms are taking a lot of that spotlight.

“I would rather not deal with them."

The show has already aired for 7 seasons with few changes to the dancers. With a completely new team, the dynamic is sure to change.

“I think I have been nicer and kinder when the kids lose."

These last two years have definitely been very transforming for Abby. From legal problems to being diagnosed with Burkitt Lymphoma, Abby has had a difficult year, so this new series is everything she needed.

“I’m grateful for the experience because it makes me feel needed, alive, that I’m doing something worthy, that I’m involved in something."

The new series is premiering on Lifetime now so check it out!

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