Cheryl Burkes Hinted On 'Dance Moms' Final Season While Throwing Shade On Abby Lee Miller; Infamous ALDC Owner Faces Another Complaint Before Going To Jail
Cheryl Burkes persistently mentions how traumatized the stars of "Dance Moms" were during their time with Abby Lee Miller. While hinting on the possible finale of the Lifetime series, the new mentor promised to give the stars some "positive memories" until their last filming. Meanwhile, Miller has not yet answered to Burkes' statements as she might be busy fixing yet another complaint which concerns her Florida home.
The Burkes and Miller war seems far from being over. The new "Dance Moms" host has again emphasized on the "trauma" that her dancers endured during their first seven seasons of work with Miller. Burkes told Steve Harvey in an on-set interview for the new season of "Dance Moms" that she sees how the dancers and their mothers alike were traumatized and promised to skip the "screaming and yelling."
Avid fans of "Dance Moms" have been witnesses on how Abby Lee Miller gained attention from her arguably "harsh" mentoring methods. The ALDC owner received countless criticisms for fighting with her co-stars which even caused several dancers to leave the Lifetime show. Miller has however defended her means as her way to help them succeed which some viewers recognize until now.
Cheryl Burkes tells on television though that she does not believe in Miller's methods and ought to uplift her students rather than press hard on them. The new coach has however promised to be strict but in her own "better" ways. She also said that since "Dance Moms" Season 8 might be the finale of the long-running TV show, she wishes to send the dancers and the mothers off with good memories.
While Abby Lee Miller answered to the same statements of Cheryl Burke last May, she remains mum about the new disses thrown at her. Many believe that this is due to her new problem which concerns her Florida vacation home.
Neighbors of Miller reportedly complained about her unattended swimming pool which has already become a breeding place for mosquitoes and rodents. As it is already becoming a sanitary problem to the location, the residents already took the initiative to clean the facility.
Learning the situation, Abby Lee Miller thanked her neighbors' kind deeds and put the blame on her landscaper who reportedly failed to maintain the area. She also said that she has been busy with her recently concluded court hearing regarding her fraud cases.
Abby Lee Miller is scheduled to check in prison this coming June 30. Miller is not giving any comments about her jail time but talked about how she plans to spend over a year of jail time. The ALDC owner said she is not giving up on her career and is plotting a new show after she serves her time behind the bars.
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Abby Lee Miller recently warned Cheryl Burke to watch her mouth after the new "Dance Moms" coach accused her of traumatizing the dancers. Nia Sioux, on the other hand, is said to leave the show and will focus on doing new projects.
Abby Lee Miller's Incarceration Expected To Last For Ten Months; Miller To Work On New Show Behind Bars?
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Abby Lee Miller Promotes Her Former Dancers Before Her Fraud Sentencing; State Demands Miller To Be Locked Up In Jail
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Abby Lee Miller Calls Out Mackenzie Ziegler For Blocking Her On Instagram; Chloe Lukasiak Hopes The ALDC Coach To Be Locked Up In Jail
Abby Lee Miller recently posted a photo of her former "Dance Moms" students but said she cannot tag Mackenzie. The 50-year-old coach's nearing trial also refuels a past talk about Chloe Lukasiak wanting Miller to go to jail.
'Dance Moms' Former Coach Abby Lee Miller Hires A Bodyguard, Finds Prison Life Extra Challenging?
Abby Lee Miller of "Dance Moms" find it hard adjusting in prison. The news even says she hired someone to protect her from further fellow inmate altercations.
Abby Lee Miller Plays Innocent Before Jail Time; Former 'Dance Moms' Host's Surrender Delayed
Abby Lee Miller is lucky to get over a week extension of being a free American as her surrender date was moved to July. She recently talked about her check in to prison, saying she is afraid and claims to be innocent.
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