Former "Dance Moms" star Maddie Ziegler is doing much more at 14. In fact, she is now addressed as a New York Times bestselling author just a week after her tell-all book was released.
Maddie Ziegler Is Labeled As Bestselling Author Of New Your Times
In recent days, the young writer can now add "bestselling author" to her long resume. Taking to Twitter, she broadcasts the honor she received and went on to thank all her keen fans for making everything possible. She wrote, "Couldn't be happier & thankful to announce that #TheMaddieDiaries is an NYT best seller! Thanks to ALL my fans for making this happen."
Lots of her supporters commented on her post to send their admiring messages. One stated, "Congrats Maddie, you deserve it. I'm so proud to see all the things that you have achieved since "Dance Moms." Another wrote, "Never forget who and where you came from. Your talent is flawless. Don't let fame get in your head, Maddie."
Ziegler has used her book as an opportunity to reflect on her busy life and seemingly dish some controversies during her stay in "Dance Moms." As of Thursday, Ziegler's The Maddie Diaries currently at the fourth spot on the list of young adults of best seller books and climbing to the top spot.
Ziegler Admits Not Going Back To The Show
The dancing celebrity has admitted that she will never go back to Miller's show ever again and say that she is done with the struggle, which she unswervingly did while under the guidance of the controversial dance coach.
Ziegler exposed that she was harassed at the age of 11, which allegedly should not happen to her. It can be remembered that she turns out to be Miller's favorite dancer in the show. Now, the young star said she is better off that she is already out of the franchise.
When questioned if she would think of a comeback, she was quick to say, "No." Maddie Ziegler has had plenty of the stress she experienced during those times. With her success now, it is reasonable that she does not need to return to the show again to make a name for herself.