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Dance Moms

Dance Moms is an American reality television series that debuted on Lifetime on July 13, 2011. Created by Collins Avenue Productions, the show follows the training and careers of children in dance and show business under the tutelage of Abby Lee Miller as well as the relationships between Miller, the dancers, and their often bickering mothers. Set originally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and later in Los Angeles, California, Nude Tap Dancers show is primarily filmed at the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) studios. The show follows the girls on the ALDC Junior Elite Competition Team as they learn their dances and then compete them at dance competitions all across the country.

Synopsis[edit]

Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and later in Los Angeles, California, the show originally followed the Abby Lee Dance Company's Junior Elite Competition Team of dancers aged 6–16 as they traveled week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at Nude Raider Comic same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be "professional, employable working dancers". The series depicted the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances were creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show's producers, while the choreography was done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spurred the team's competitiveness. The show's success was often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along Nude Durchgesickert Kaley Cuoco the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watched them grow up and improve their skills.

Every week on the show, Miller used a pyramid of individual headshots Naked News Ashley gave feedback to each girl about her ranking, previous week's performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about it, Miller stated, "I've never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That's the show; they came up with that whole process."[2]

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west Sexy Gay Nude Hunks, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus shifted somewhat to include preparation for careers in the acting and music businesses.

During the second half of season 7, several dancers and their mothers left the ALDC to form "The Irreplaceables". Abby left the show several episodes later, followed by the remaining ALDC dancers and mothers.

In July 2018, Miller announced her return for season 8 of Dance Moms.[3] Executive producer Bryan Stinson announced the show would be casting a whole new team, with final callbacks being in September 2018.[4] On January 12, a new team was selected, consisting of 8 dancers.[5] A promo for the new season was released in February, revealing that the show would be set around Miller's battle with Burkitt's Lymphoma while returning "back to her roots" with a new team.[6] The season is set in Pittsburgh, in the same studio where the show began in 2011. Season 8 premiered on Lifetime on June 4, 2019.[7]

Cast[edit]

Abby Lee Dance Company[edit]

  • Abby Lee Miller is the director of Reign Dance Productions (formerly Maryen Lorrain Dance Studio), which houses the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC), of which she is owner and chief choreographer.[8][9][10] She left the show during season 7B in relation to pending sentencing for financial related crimes (described below), and with the cast fracturing into separate groups as part of the resulting fallout from it. She returned for season 8.
  • Gianna Martello is an instructor for RDP covering all genres of dance, and is also the assistant choreographer for the ALDC Junior Elite Competition team.[11] Martello studied dance under Miller's tutelage through Reign Dance Productions.

Seasons 1–7 cast[edit]

  • Melissa Ziegler-Gisoni is the mother of Maddie Ziegler, a lyrical & tap dancer and Mackenzie Ziegler, an acro/hip hopMurrysville, Pennsylvania.[8] Maddie was known to be Abby's favorite student during her time on the show, which caused tension between the other moms and Abby. Maddie and Mackenzie studied dance at Abby Lee Miller's studio through Reign Dance Productions from the early ages of four and two respectively.
  • Christi Lukasiak is the mother of Chloe Lukasiak, a ballet & lyrical dancer who also studies other forms of dance, such as jazz, tap, musical theatre, hip hop and tango from Mars, Pennsylvania. Chloe began dancing at Miller's studio at age two. They returned to guest star for the season 7A finale and season 7B[12] before leaving the show once again following the season seven finale.
  • Holly Hatcher-Frazier is the mother of Nia Frazier[8] a jazz/contemporary/musical theatre dancer and singer from Pittsburgh. They officially departed the show following the finale.
  • Kelly Hyland is the mother of Brooke Hyland, Amarecan Dad Nude acro/contemporary dancer and singer and Paige Hyland, an acro/jazz dancer and model from Murrysville. Kelly had been a dancer at ALDC when she was young, and was even taught by Abby herself before quitting to become a cheerleader. Brooke and Paige began dancing at Miller’s studio at age 3.
  • Cathy Nesbitt-Stein is the mother of Vivi-Anne Stein, a musical theatre & tap dancer from Canton, OhioCathy and Vivi-Anne continued to appear as recurring rivals since season two. (Also see "Rival studios" below.)
  • Jill Vertes is the mother of Kendall Vertes,[8]Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Before joining the ALDC in season 2, Kendall studied dance at Rogers Dance in Pittsburgh and Studio 19 in Mars.[13] During season two, they were switched to Candy Apples Dance Center for several episodes, but ultimately returned to the ALDC. They left the ALDC during season seven to form "The Irreplaceables", departing the show as a whole following the season.
Dance Moms at the May 2015 opening of ALDC-LA in Santa Monica, California, season 5. From left: Holly, Kira Swain, Melissa t, Jill Vertes and Jessalynn Siwa.
  • Leslie Ackerman is the mother of Payton Ackerman, a hip hop & contemporary dancer from Pittsburgh. Payton began dancing with the ALDC when she was 11 years old. She graduated from the ALDC in 2015.
  • Corona, California. Asia first appeared on AUDC, where she was the youngest competitor from either season. Asia briefly danced with the Junior Elite Competition Team in season 3 and left just before Nationals.
  • Kira Girard is the mother of Kalani Hilliker,[8][14][15] a contemporary & lyrical dancer and model/fashion designer from Mesa, Arizona. Kira and Kalani appeared on season 2 of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition (AUDC)[16] and was brought to ALDC in season four to replace Brooke and Paige. They left the ALDC during season seven to form "The Irreplaceables", and left the show following the season finale.
  • Jessalynn Siwa is the mother of JoJo Siwa,[17] a jazz/hip hop dancer and singer from Omaha, Nebraska. Before joining the ALDC as guests in season five, Jessalynn and JoJo appeared on season two of AUDC.[18] JoJo was brought in to replace Chloe on the ALDC team. Nickelodeon. Jessalynn and JoJo also made a guest appearance in season eight.
  • Ashlee Allen is the mother of Brynn Rumfallo, a lyrical & contemporary dancer from Mesa, Arizona. Prior to Dance Moms, Brynn previously had trained at Club Dance Studio, Arizona, like her teammate Kalani.
  • Yolanda Walmsley is the mother of Elliana Walmsley, a ballet & lyrical dancer from Boulder, Colorado.[19] They joined the ALDC mini team in season six, and Elliana joined the elite team in season seven.
  • Stacey Ketchman is the mother of Lilliana Ketchman, an acro & ballet dancer from Fayetteville, North Carolina. They joined the ALDC mini team in season six, and Lilliana joined the elite team in season seven.
  • Camille Bridges is the mother of Camryn Bridges, a jazz & contemporary dancer from St. Louis, Scheila Carvalho Nude.
  • Jaime Caes is the mother of Maesi Caes, a hip hop & contemporary dancer from Altoona, Iowa who danced with Justin Bieber in Des Moines on his Purpose World Tour.[20]Jaime and Maesi can be seen in the season eight special "The New Team", but didn't return with the team.

Season 8 cast[edit]

  • Tricia Farrar is the mother of Brady Farrar, a ballet & contemporary dancer from Miami, Florida. They joined the ALDC in season 8, but later that season left after Abby's favoritism towards Brady caused tension between the mothers. They later returned to the ALDC. Brady is the first boy on the ALDC Junior Elite Competition Team.
  • Ann Colin is the mother of Hannah Colin, a lyrical & contemporary dancer from New Albany, Indiana. They joined the ALDC in season 8.
  • Joanne Paolantonio is the mother of GiaNina Paolantonio, a lyrical & musical theatre dancer from Oakhurst, New Jersey who played Amanda Thripp in the Broadway musical Matilda and who played a guest pointe ballerina in The Greatest Showman. They joined the ALDC in season 8.
  • Michelle Georgiana is the mother of Sarah Georgiana, an acro & contemporary dancer from Pittsburgh. They joined the ALDC in season 8, but later that season left after their loyalty to the ALDC was questioned.
  • Ashley Hosbach is the mother of Pressley Hosbach, a contemporary & musical theatre dancer from East Hanover, New Jersey. They joined the ALDC in season 8.
  • Erin Kristich is the mother of Savannah Kristich, a contemporary & musical theatre dancer from Las Vegas, Nevada. They joined the ALDC in season 8, but later that season left after it was announced that Elliana Walmsey (Savannah's rival) was returning to the show.
  • Adriana Smith is the mother of Kamryn Smith, a jazz & contemporary dancer from Phoenix, Arizona. They joined the ALDC in season 8 for an episode, but later left that same episode after Abby decided that Kamryn was not a good fit for the team.
  • Lakisha Samuels is the mother of Paris Moore, a contemporary & musical theatre dancer from Jacksonville, North Carolina. They joined the ALDC in season 8 to replace Elliana.

"The Irreplaceables"[edit]

  • Cheryl Burke is the dance coach for "The Irreplaceables".[21]
  • Holly Hatcher-Frazier and her daughter Nia Frazier (aka. Nia Sioux) (See "Abby Lee Dance Company" above.)
  • Christi Lukasiak and her daughter Chloe Lukasiak (See "Abby Lee Dance Company" above.)
  • Jill Vertes and her daughter Kendall Vertes (See "Abby Lee Dance Company" above.)
  • Kira Girard and her daughter Kalani Hilliker (See "Abby Lee Dance Company" above.)
  • Camille Bridges and her daughter Camryn Bridges (See "Abby Lee Dance Company" above.)

Rival studios[edit]

  • Candy Apples Dance Center (Canton, Ohio) is owned and operated by Cathy Nesbitt-Stein,[8] the mother of Vivi-Anne, who danced with the ALDC in season 1.[22][23] The CADC has been the main rival of the ALDC throughout seasons 1–5 along with season 7. Over the five seasons of Dance Moms, show producers added several dancers who were well known in the dance competition world and/or had auditioned for Dance Moms in the past, making the "Candy Apples" a team that existed only for television (the real-life Candy Apple team ceased to be featured on the show). Partway through season 5, the CADC was completely recast for one week (see below).
  • Studio Bleu Dance Center (Ashburn, Virginia[24][25][26] Studio Bleu's competition team, which the ALDC competed against several times, was portrayed as a respected and formidable opponent in several episodes.
  • Murrieta Dance Project (Murrieta, California) is owned and Sexy Naked Students by Erin Babbs,[27] who Danny Nunez Naked Pictures been an occasional guest choreographer for the CADC in seasons 4 and 5.[28][29] MDP competed against the ALDC several times in season 5. In season 7, Chloe Lukasiak joined MDP and danced with the team for a short period of time before leaving MDP to join "The Irreplaceables".
  • Broadway Dance Academy (Fenton, Michigan) is owned and operated by Jeanette Cota,[30] the mother of Ava, who guest starred as part of the ALDC "Select Team" in season 4.[31][32][33] The real BDA team competed against the ALDC several times in season 5 before leaving the show (except for Ava) to be replaced on the TV team by the four dancers from the former CADC team.
    • Beginning with the start of season 5.5, BDA competed as "Candy Apples" for one week after which they resumed using their actual name.
  • Studio 19 Dance Complex (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is owned and operated by Tammy Croftcheck & Katie Watts. Studio 19 has been the main rival of the ALDC for Season 8.

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
113July 13, 2011 (2011-07-13)October 12, 2011 (2011-10-12)
228[a]January 10, 2012 (2012-01-10)September 25, 2012 (2012-09-25)
339[b]January 1, 2013 (2013-01-01)September 17, 2013 (2013-09-17)
432[c]January 1, 2014 (2014-01-01)October 14, 2014 (2014-10-14)
532[d]January 6, 2015 (2015-01-06)August 18, 2015 (2015-08-18)
633[e]January 5, 2016 (2016-01-05)November 22, 2016 (2016-11-22)
729[f]November 29, 2016 (2016-11-29)October 24, 2017 (2017-10-24)
818[g]June 4, 2019 (2019-06-04)September 10, 2019 (2019-09-10)
Notes
  1. ^Season 2 also included two special episodes (first, second) that were not allocated episode numbers by Lifetime.
  2. ^Season 3 also included one special episode that was not allocated an episode number by Lifetime.
  3. ^Season 4 also included two special episodes (first, second) that were not allocated episode numbers by Lifetime.
  4. ^Season 5 also included two special episodes (first, second) that were not allocated episode numbers by Lifetime.
  5. ^Season 6 also included one special episode that was Cheryl Nude allocated an episode number by Lifetime.
  6. ^Season 7 also included one special episode that was not allocated an episode number by Lifetime.
  7. ^Season 8 also included three special episodes (first, second, Aisha Naked that were not allocated episode numbers by Lifetime.

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Controversy and criticism[edit]

Several episodes featured controversial costume choices made by Miller, some of which were criticized by the moms, particularly Lukasiak and Frazier. Due to heavy criticism, the season 2 episode "Topless Showgirls", which aired on March 6, 2012, has been removed from rotation. The episode features the young dancers performing a burlesque-style routine and wearing sequined, flesh-toned bra tops and tights in an effort to make them appear nude. Miller defends her costume choice saying, "Everyone in the industry knows the girls are completely covered and everything's harmless." Lifetime confirmed pulling the episode.[36][37] The episode is not included on the season's DVD.[38]

Hyland appeared in court with Miller on January 21, 2014 and pleaded "not guilty". A hearing was scheduled Nude Luft Stiftung March but adjourned to May 5, 2014. Legal expert Rosemarie Naked African Tribal Women opined that because the episode aired on TV, Hyland's defense that the alleged assault was scripted and that the producers deliberately incited her to strike Miller was viable.[39] On a January 29 appearance on The View, Miller announced that Hyland and her daughters Brooke and Paige Hyland were no longer contracted with and would no longer appear on Dance Moms.[40][41] The episode featuring the incident between Hyland and Miller aired on February 11, 2014.[42] After the final episode of season 4, Christi and Chloe Lukasiak also left Dance Moms[43] because of continuing insults and dismissive treatment toward Chloe.[44] In October 2014, then-13-year-old Paige Hyland sued Miller, but Hyland's lawsuit was dismissed.[45]

On October 13, 2015, Abby Lee Miller was indicted in Pittsburgh on charges of concealing her income from her performances on the show in 2012 and 2013. She was charged with bankruptcy fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets and false bankruptcy declarations in hiding some $755,000.[46][47] In June 2016, Miller pled guilty to the charges, and entered a plea deal with the IRS.[48] In May 2017, Miller Nude Tap Dancers sentenced to one year and a day in prison, followed by two years of supervised release.[49][50]Christi Lukasiak revealed that the original cast wouldn't be returning for a new season.[51] After filming for season 7 B wrapped up The Irreplaceables announced that they were going on tour.[52]

Blackout Tuesday in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor. This caused Adriana Smith, the mother of Dance MomsThe following day on June 3, 2020, another Dance Moms mother, Camille Bridges, accused Miller of treating her daughter Camryn differently because of her race and that the environment was "extremely hostile". She told E. News via e-mail that Miller “tried to spin Camryn as being Holly Jones Nude poor one and there on scholarship. It was a traumatic experience that I wish on no one.”[53] Miller has since deleted her Black Lives Matter post and on June 4, 2020, she issued an apology to “Kamryn, Adriana, and anyone else I’ve hurt", saying, “I realize that racism can come not just from hate, but also from ignorance. No matter the cause, it is harmful, and it is my fault. While I cannot change the past or remove the harm I have done, I promise to educate myself, learn, grow, and do better. While I hope to one day earn your forgiveness, I recognize that words alone are not enough. I understand it takes time and genuine change.” It was announced that on June 5, 2020, Lifetime decided to sever ties with Miller as a result of the allegations of the racist remarks she made. The network canceled the Abby’s Virtual Dance-Off competition reality series announced in April. [54]

Spin-offs[edit]

A spin-off series, Dance Moms: Miami, set in Miami, Florida, at Victor Smalley and Angel Armas' Stars Dance Studio, premiered on April 3, 2012,[55] but was cancelled in September 2012.

A sister program titled Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition[56]The series premiered on October 9, 2012 and ran for two seasons.

In 2014, Miller hosted another sister program titled Abby's Studio Rescue that followed Miller as she visited dance studios across the country to assist them to improve their choreography, studio decor, staff and other aspects. It premiered on June 24, 2014.

In July 2014, another spin-off titled Raising AsiaDance Moms. The show followed Ray, her model mom, bodybuilder dad and younger sister Bella Blu, helping Asia to pursue her dreams of fame in show business.[57]

A British version of Dance Moms titled Dance Mums with Jennifer Ellison premiered on October 20, 2014 and ran for two seasons. Jennifer Ellison hosted the series, set at her Liverpool dance school, Jelli Studios.[58]Dance Mums was produced by Shiver Productions.

In April 2020, it was announced that another spin-off Abby's Virtual Dance-Off would be set to debut during the summer of 2020. The 12-episode show would consist of taped submissions from dance contestants, with Miller judging via video conference, in keeping with social-distancing practiced during the coronavirus pandemic.[59] However, Lifetime pulled the show on June 5, 2020 after two African-American mothers accused Miller of using racist and condescending language towards their daughters during previous seasons of Dance Moms.[60]

Ellen DeGeneres is developing a film based on Dance Moms.[61]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^Juzwiak, Rich (July 21, 2011). "Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller on Ranking Students and Dressing Them Sexily". TV Guide. Retrieved October 21, 2011.
  3. ^"Abby Lee Miller Returning to 'Dance Moms' for Season 8 – And Is Currently Casting Talent. (Exclusive)". www.msn.com. Archived from the original on July 12, 2018. Retrieved July 12, 2018.
  4. ^#dancemoms"". . Retrieved February 6, 2019.
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