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Abby Lee Miller Teases New Projects After Quitting 'Dance Moms'

By Donna Marie Lapena Padua , Apr 04, 2017 05:42 AM EDT
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"Dance Moms" might have been Abby Lee Miller's bread and butter for six long years before she quit last week, but it seems that the ALDC dance coach is already moving on with her new project. The 50-year-old guru recently took to social media her meeting with supposed new project partners. She has not dropped a lot of details about it, though, but a lot are guessing that it has to do with a new T.V. show.

Abby Lee Miller made it clear last week that she will not be participating anymore in any of the upcoming episodes of "Dance Moms." Lifetime was quick to address the situation by tapping "Dancing with the Stars" pro Cheryl Burke. Abby, though, still remains as the main coach of the show as a supposed source of the network clarified that Burke will only serve as a guest choreographer until the original coach becomes available.

While Abby Lee Miller recently gave her fans a little spark of hope by saying she would come back to the show once changes take place, the ALDC teacher is keeping herself busy for the meantime with another work. She posted on her Instagram about a meeting where she wrote that she is "eager to get started." It seems to many that Abby is up to something that might be connected to her previous announcement of her new show, and it looks like she is not doing it on Lifetime.

She announced during an interview at the 2017 Kids' Choice Awards that she has a new upcoming dance show. She has not revealed the full details of the program but she promised it to be "supernatural." Many fans are excited to see Abby Lee Miller do another dance show, but her fans are also questioning the length of the project as she is soon to hear her final sentencing which might send her to jail.

Abby Lee Miller pleaded guilty to 20 counts of fraud last year and talks have it that she might serve at most 10 years in jail. Her legal representatives though will try to request for penalty and probation to replace imprisonment. Abby's lawsuit is being looked at by some as a major reason behind her resignation from "Dance Moms," but she said recently that it is not about her cases that made her flee the show and shared how she is not yet ready to go live some years of her life behind the bars.

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