A lot of "Dance Moms" fans are on full alert on a possible feud that might arise between then and now hosts of the show, Abby Lee Miller and Cheryl Burke. The latest talks have Burke on the headlines where she is accused of throwing shade on Miller on her recent Instagram post. Meanwhile, Miller has a more positive update to share on her social media account as she seemed to have hinted on her sealing a deal with Propagate for her much talked about new show.
It is undeniable that Cheryl Burke has easily captured the hearts of the Junior Elites and their moms as the remaining "Dance Moms" cast were all praises to the new choreographer. Burke is likewise expressive on how happy she is to get a chance to coach Chloe Lukasiak and her new team where she regularly shares photos taken from their filming on her Instagram.
However, Cheryl Burke has once captioned several of her photos which seemed to be shades thrown on Abby Lee Miller. Following this, her new post captioned "Broke the curse" might be referring to a piece that the Junior Elites will be performing, but fans cannot help but think that it may again have a hidden message against Miller.
Cheryl Burke immediately filled in the post that Abby Lee Miller left last March. She continues to serve as a guest choreographer which Lifetime once clarified already that she is not replacing Miller. It is not yet clear though whether she will be absorbed to do another season of "Dance Moms" should Lifetime decide to renew the show despite Miller's absence.
Meanwhile, the 50-year-old ALDC coach might have just sealed a deal with an independent content creation company. Abby Lee Miller recently posted photos on Instagram with Propagate head of alternative programming, Kevin Healy, and Propagate director of development, Nicole Laufer. The company is known to collaborate with several networks like ABC and Lifetime among others where they sign their produced shows.
It was announced earlier this year by Abby Lee Miller herself that she will be having another dance show. When she left "Dance Moms," talks have been circulating that the dance coach has already signed with another network for her new show. It was even teased by former "Dance Moms" star, Sari Lopez that Miller will be gathering her Minis dancers for the new show. The coach has however kept mum about her new project but her Instagram status seems to convey a positive update about her career.