Dance Moms has been in the news recently and not for the reason they want. First in late March,
Abby Lee Miller unexpectedly quit the show and people were thinking it would be over without her. Then a few days later,
they hired Dancing with the Stars’ Cheryl Burke to replace her and things were looking up.
That was until this Saturday when Nia Sioux posted some stuff on Social Media alluding to the fact that the show was over for the girls, the moms and her with the dates 2011-2017. She even took to Twitter to say, “Such an emotional day😢” The dancer wasn’t the only one, Kalani Hilliker Tweeted, “Don’t be sad that it’s over be happy it happened.” One of the moms even got into the action when recent returnee Christi Lukasiak said on Instagram, “April 9, 2011/April 15, 2017. I’ve watched this young woman grow up before my very eyes and I had the experience of a lifetime. No one will ever understand how things really happened except the people who lived it, so I am so grateful for everyone who I got to share this with: cast, crew, and family. And for all of you out there who I have never met, but you root for these girls like their your own, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Just a mom of two beautiful blondes, from Pittsburgh.”
Sounds like that is the end of Dance Moms, right? Well Executive Producer Bryan Stinson Tweeted, “That’s a wrap on season 7. 208 hours of Dance Moms programming. Season 7 was heaven. Season 8 will be gr8t #DanceMoms”
Therefore, what is the deal? We don’t know. But Lifetime would be foolish to continue the show without them. Three words why it won’t work, Dance Moms Miami.