Abby Lee Miller Salty AF After Not Being Invited To Dance Moms Reunion – Says Cast ‘Can’t Face Me’!


Abby Lee Miller sounds a little bit salty about not snagging an invitation to Lifetime‘s Dance Moms reunion!

Appearing on Bethenny Frankel‘s Just B podcast on Thursday, the controversial dance couch argued she wasn’t featured on the reunion as a result of the solid doesn’t need to acknowledge how a lot she helped their careers! She dished:

“I think the kids can’t face me because they know they would never be where they are today if it wasn’t for the show.”

After actually JUST admitting to being “harsh” on the sequence, Abby hit again at claims that she created a “toxic” surroundings for the children, too. Of course, she did. LOLz!

Related: JoJo Siwa Is Crapping All Over Dance Moms Now!

Reflecting on her as soon as tight-knit bond with sisters Brooke and Paige Hyland, she recalled:

“There’s two little girls who I was very close to — much closer emotionally and family-wise than any of the other kids. … Their mother was in my original competition team when I was 14 years old. She stayed at my studio. Then she left, got married, had kids [and] brought them to my studio at 2 years old.”

The actuality star puzzled:

“If this was so toxic for all these kids, why did they come back? The kids came back.”

She additionally identified that “there were other studios in town,” however famous that hers “was the best” whereas sharing that she’s helped ship 25 dancers on to Broadway reveals all through her profession. Yeah, so, that’s most likely why they got here again! She was good at her job — even when her techniques had been too intense. Plus, let’s not overlook they had been making a TV present! That makes it tougher to give up!

Despite all of the controversy, Abby insisted there have been “good times” and that “it was fun” for the ladies, who “loved what they were doing.” But she now has a LOT of resentment for his or her mommas, noting:

“What the show did and the moms did ruined my business. They destroyed my business.”

What the present was doing? Or what she was contributing to? The producers wouldn’t have been capable of make her seem as a “down and out, podunk, heavy-set dance teacher” who did nothing however scream, as she described it, if she didn’t present them with sufficient content material to edit the narrative as such! Just saying!

Thoughts? Sound OFF (under)!

[Image via Dance Moms/YouTube]


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here