'Dance Moms' To End With Season 7? Abby Lee Miller Posts Gratitude Before Her 30 Months Jail Time

Lifetime's hit reality show "Dance Moms" is reportedly taking off soon as the series is said to end with season 7. This follows the fact that the show's dance coach, Abby Lee Miller, has a high chance of facing imprisonment after she gets her case's sentence this January. The coach herself hinted on this as she posted an emotional message on her Instagram yesterday.

Miller has never failed to create drama, but this time she is not against any mother nor dance coach. The ALDC owner wrote down her sentiments that hinted her possible departure from her reality show, which in turn sparked numerous cancellation talks. Miller wrote on Dec. 12, "5 years of my life, seven seasons on TV in 130 Countries - I did my best for Lifetime and gave my all to the production of Dance Moms! Thank you for the many wonderful opportunities and the valuable lessons I learned."

The captioned photo of the dancers posted by Miller was hyped by the "Dance Moms" fandom, when one follower asked if the coach means cancellation on her note. Over a thousand fans then believed that Miller was saying goodbye to her Lifetime show as she specifically mentioned her seven seasons of working on "Dance Moms." Prior to her post, countless rumors already surfaced saying that season 7 will air its full episodes since it was already pre-filmed, but an eighth installment might not be possible anymore.

Previous reports have been speculating that Miller will soon face a possible 30-month jail time in contrary to the initial reports that she might be imprisoned for ten years. She was supposed to hear her sentence last Dec. 2, but for some reason, it was pushed to Jan. 20, 2017. This follows Miller's June 27 guilty plea on 20 counts of bankruptcy fraud that she was indicted with in October 2015. Furthermore, she was charged with another case of violating currency reporting laws.

Since she pled guilty, the coach is expected to face minimum jail time and is obligated to pay fines. Her involvement in such illegal acts cost her show its ratings, but over a million fans are still loyal to "Dance Moms" most especially now that the drama between Miller and Cathy Nesbitt-Stein is getting more heated up. Followers of the ALDC are worrying about the fate of the show as Lifetime and Miller are keeping mum about these spiraling talks.

Meanwhile, "Dance Moms" season 7 is currently airing its episodes and is set to release its fourth installment on Tuesday, Dec. 13. The Junior Elites are again competing against the Candy Apples, where the two new dancers of Miller will take the stage to show off their talents. Promo teasers showed Kendall doing a Maddie-inspired solo to beat her Candy Apple rival, Nicaya Wiley.

More confrontations and more dancing showdown will be seen on "Dance Moms" season 7 as it airs on Lifetime every Tuesday at 9 p.m.

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