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Download the app"Dance Moms" first aired nearly 10 years ago. Jason Merritt/KCA2015/Getty Images
- The reality show "Dance Moms" first premiered on Lifetime 10 years ago in 2011.
- JoJo Siwa has gone on to achieve a massive social-media following.
- Maddie Ziegler made it big when she danced in Sia's music video.
Maddie Ziegler was 8 years old when "Dance Moms" started filming.Maddie Ziegler on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
In the first episode, her mom, Melissa Gisoni, proudly declared that Maddie was Abby Lee Miller's, the controversial and strict teacher of the elite Abby Lee Dance Company, favorite student.
The dancer kept that title for most of her ALDC career.
The 19-year-old is one of the most famous dancers to emerge from the show.Maddie Ziegler appeared in the "West Side Story" remake. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
In 2014, Maddie hit it big when musician Sia tapped her to appear in the "Chandelier" music video. The two have continued to work closely together, and Ziegler starred in Sia's 2021 movie "Music," which has been criticized for casting an able-bodied actor to play a disabled character.
Maddie also played Velma in the 2021 "West Side Story" remake.
In addition to dancing and acting, she judged Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance?" in 2016, released a memoir titled "The Maddie Diaries" in 2017, and launched a makeup collection with Morphe in 2020.
Maddie's younger sister, Mackenzie, was one of the youngest ALDC dancers.Mackenzie Ziegler on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
Mackenzie was around 6 years old at the start of the show, so she competed in a lower age bracket than the rest of the team.
She was known for her comedic quotes, like when she said she didn't need to be a Broadway dancer, she just wanted to stay home and eat chips.
She's now focusing on an acting and singing career.Mackenzie Ziegler released an album, "Phases," in 2018. Paul Archuleta/Getty Images
After leaving "Dance Moms," Mackenzie has released music under the stage name Kenzie.
She dropped her first album "Phases" in 2018 and even collaborated with Sia for her 2020 song "Exhale. "
With a growing presence on YouTube and TikTok, Kenzie's also branched into acting by starring on the Brat web series "Total Eclipse" and voicing the main character in the US version of the film "Ice Princess Lily" (2019).
Recently, Mackenzie competed as Tulip on Fox's "The Masked Dancer" and came in third place. She also played Ivy in "Let Us In" (2021).
In September 2021, she marked a new era of her music career with her single "Happy for Me," and she also released her collaboration with NOTD, "Worst Thing," in May 2022.
Chloe Lukasiak often played second fiddle to Maddie.Chloe Lukasiak on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
Chloe was 9 years old when she first appeared on "Dance Moms," and she was one of Maddie's biggest challengers.
Every week was a battle to see which one of them would win the solo at the competition.
Now, she's a published writer.Chloe Lukasiak has talked about attending Pepperdine University. John Wolfsohn/Getty Images
Chloe stepped away from the often-toxic competitive-dance world when she left the series at the end of season four. Now, she's 20 years old.
She has a separate Instagram where she posts her poetry, and she previously released a book in 2018 called "Girl on Pointe: Chloe's Guide to Taking on the World. "
She also uploads vlogs on YouTube for over 2 million subscribers. In her videos, she talks about attending Pepperdine University and her college experience.
Additionally, Chloe has appeared in various movies like "Center Stage: On Pointe" (2016) and "Loophole" (2019).
Nia Sioux was 10 when her "Dance Moms" journey began.Nia Sioux on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
Although Abby Lee seemingly didn't consider her one of the top dancers, Nia held her own and even learned how to perfect a difficult signature move — the death drop, in which the dancer falls to the ground in a split-legged pose.
Nia is currently enrolled at UCLA.Nia Sioux is acting and singing while attending UCLA. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
The 20-year-old is attending UCLA while also staying busy with a budding singing and acting career.
She's worked on shows like CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and Brat's web series "Sunnyside Up."
Nia dropped her latest single "Low Key Love" in 2020, and she vlogs on YouTube for over a million subscribers.
In 2021, she started the podcast "Adulting with Teala and Nia" alongside Teala Dunn and played Hanna Brooks in the TV movie "Imperfect High."
She also appeared in the film "I Am Mortal" in 2021.
Brooke Hyland was the oldest member of the team when the show started.Brooke Hyland on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
At 13 years old, Brooke had already been dancing for years and seemed, at times, to be getting tired of it.
Throughout the series, she would say that she was missing out on regular high-school activities because she was so focused on dance.
Brooke eventually got the normal school experience she wanted.Brooke Hyland graduated from Ohio University. Presley Ann/Getty Images
After leaving the show at age 16, Brooke finished up high school and eventually went on to graduate from Ohio University with a marketing degree in 2019.
She tried her hand at a singing career shortly after she left "Dance Moms," but now she runs a popular food-themed Instagram account and occasionally posts on her YouTube channel, which has over 200,000 subscribers.
She still seems to be close friends with Nia and was pictured hanging out with her in late 2020.
Brooke's younger sister, Paige, was 10 years old when the show started.Paige Hyland on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
Paige tried hard to keep up with Chloe and Maddie but often found herself relegated to group dances instead of solos.
Kendall Vertes joined the show on season two.Kendall Vertes on "Dance Moms. " Lifetime
Dancing since she was just 18 months old, the then-9-year-old stayed on the show through season seven.
Kendall is now an actress and singer.Kendall Vertes has appeared in several films. Paul Archuleta/Getty Images
Under the stage name Kendall K, she released several albums and singles, with her latest song "Girl Talk" debuting in 2018.
The 19-year-old also branched into acting, recently appearing in the movies "Rapunzel: A Princess Frozen in Time" (2019), "Santa in Training" (2019), and a live-action version of "Anastasia" (2020), about the Romanov royal family.
In 2021, she started hosting "The Kendall K. and Friends Show" on CBS-TV.
She also regularly posts on her Instagram page, which has over 9 million followers.
Asia Monet Ray joined the show during season three.Asia Monet Ray on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
When she was 8 years old, Asia was brought onto the ALDC team and challenged other performers like Mackenzie.
Asia is now focusing on a singing career.Asia Monet Ray posts song covers on YouTube. Yuchen Liao/Getty Images
After "Dance Moms," she had her own Lifetime reality show called "Raising Asia" that ran for a single season in 2014.
Asia also jumped into acting, appearing on multiple episodes of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and FX's "American Crime Story."
These days, the 16-year-old is prioritizing a music career, as she released her single "Real Life" in 2019 and frequently posts song covers on her YouTube page to nearly 500,000 subscribers.
Kalani Hilliker joined the elite dance team during season four.Kalani Hilliker on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
Kalani gained attention on Lifetime's "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition," a "Dance Moms" spin-off in which young performers compete for $100,000 and a scholarship to the Joffrey Ballet School.
She officially joined the reality-show cast when she was 13 years old.
The 21-year-old is still dancing.Kalani Hilliker launched a line of prom dresses. Dana Pleasant/Getty Images for boohoo.com
Her Instagram page, which has over 6 million followers, is filled with videos showing off her moves. She captioned one clip, "Dance is always my 1st love."
In addition to dancing, Kalani now vlogs on her YouTube channel for over 800,000 subscribers.
She also dove into the world of fashion with a line of formal dresses for Prom Girl, and several "Dance Moms" alumni, like Nia and Kendall, attended her launch event.
Kalani's also acted in projects like the movie "Swiped" (2018) and on the Brat TV show "Dirt."
She still seems to be friends with Kendall, and shared a selfie with her on Instagram in January 2021.
JoJo Siwa joined the "Dance Moms" cast in 2015.JoJo Siwa on "Dance Moms." Lifetime
JoJo was a late addition to the series, officially joining during season five.
Before her entrance to the official team, JoJo was on "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition" when she was only 9 years old.
She's one of the most famous stars to come from the show.JoJo Siwa has millions of followers and subscribers across multiple platforms. Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for GLAAD
JoJo has over 12 million subscribers on her YouTube channel and she's also gained over 41 million followers on TikTok.
The 19-year-old does a little bit of everything, from acting to singing to vlogging.
JoJo also has an accessories line with Claire's, portrayed T-Rex on Fox's "The Masked Singer," and was named one of Time's 100 most influential people of 2020.
Recently, she starred in Nickelodeon's dance flick "The J Team" (2021).
She also competed and got second place on season 30 0f ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," though she earned the first perfect score of the season for her and dance partner Jenna Johnson's foxtrot.
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Tbh, these kids are pretty d*mn impressive.
By Lindsay Geller
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After two long years, the wait is finally over for Dance Moms fans. Following her stint in prison (oops) and non-Hodgkins lymphoma diagnosis (she's now cancer free), Abby Lee Miller is back in the dance studio. And this season, she's bringing a whole new Dance Moms cast with her.
If you've been keeping up with all the Dance Moms ~drama~, this should come as no surprise, considering all the sh*t that went down in season seven. Quick recap: A portion of the Abby Lee Dance Company's (ALDC) elite team split off to form their own group called The Irreplaceables—a play on the classic Abby-ism: "Everyone's replaceable."
Turns out, Abby wasn't kidding (but tbh, is she ever?). Christi Lukasiak (Chloe's mom) reportedly told her social media followers way back in October 2017 that "they’re replacing all of us," (referring to Dance Moms' original stars), per the International Business Times.
So, if your old favorites won't be on the show, who the heck will? Here's everything you need to know about the Dance Moms: Resurrection season eight cast:
Lilliana "Lilly" Ketchman (Age 10)
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Lilly is the only returning member of ALDC, but if you think that automatically gives her an edge over her new teammates, you don't know Abby Lee Miller. In a season eight sneak peek, Abby immediately asks Lilly to give back her ALDC jacket to even out the playing field. Oh, and when Lilly's mom, Stacey, brings up problems with her daughter's routine to Abby, the coach throws Lilly out of the studio—and that's just in the first episode.
Despite the rough start to season eight, Lilly is one of Abby's favorite, dancers, thanks to her history with ALDC. She joined the ALDC mini team in season six of Dance Moms, and, when that disbanded, joined the elite team in season seven. Will all that hard work finally pay off this year? You'll just have to wait and see.
Kamyrn Smith (Age 8)
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The youngest member of the ALDC's elite team, Kamryn specializes in jazz and contemporary, according to her introduction video on Lifetime. Dancing since she was just 2 years old, the Arizona native now aspires to be like Misty Copeland when she gets older.
She's already well on her way, having won many dance competitions, including being named the 2018 Petite National Dancer of the Year at Rainbow National Dance Competition. According to her mom, Alicia, Kamryn's personality and athleticism help her stand out. "She gets that from me," Alicia said in their intro video. Tbd on whether or not Abby agrees...
Sarah Georgiana (Age 11)
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Pittsburgh native Sarah joined the ALDC after years of dancing at Studio 19 (which, ironically, is the same studio Dance Moms alum Chloe Lukasiak joined after leaving the ALDC). Even before Dance Moms, Sarah has already made a name for herself at competitions. According to her Instagram, she was named a Radix Nationals Top 10 Core Performer finalist, a Nuvo Breakout Artist, and a Pro Reveler by Revel Dance Convention.
Per Sarah's Lifetime bio, her mom, Michelle, "has yet to find the perfect studio for Sarah and is hoping the ALDC will be it." The bio also noted that Michelle and Abby Lee have "many friends in common," so hopefully that connection will help them avoid drama this season. (Of course, with Abby, all bets are off.)
Savannah Kristich (Age 12)
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World of Dance fans might recognize Savannah from season two of the dance competition show (meaning she's danced in front of the one and only J.Lo!). She and her dance team, The Rock Company, made it all the way to the divisional finals.
In 2018, the Nevada native also won Mini Core Performer at the Radix Dance Competition and snagged the Best Dancer title at The Dance Awards. But, will all that be enough to impress Abby Lee? Only time will tell.
Pressley Hosbach (Age 12)
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Before joining Dance Moms, Pressley's main claim to fame was being a backup dancer with Justin Bieber's Purpose tour in 2016—not too shabby for a 9-year-old, amirite? According to her Lifetime bio, dancing is in Pressley's blood. Her mom, Ashley, was a former professional dancer and currently owns a dance studio. "My crib was actually in my mom's dance studio," she explained in her introduction video.
Pressley's quick to admit she didn't love dancing at first (it actually made her cry), but now, you can't get her off the stage. Like Sarah, Pressley was named a Pro Reveler by Revel Dance Convention. While her moves obviously wowed the Biebs, who knows if they'll be good enough for Abby Lee.
GiaNina Paolantonio (Age 13)
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After performing in Matilda on Broadway, dancing in The Greatest Showman, and touring with Mariah Carey, GiaNina is now taking over the small screen with Dance Moms.
With a dance teacher mom, she started dancing around age 2 and currently specializes in hip-hop, jazz funk, and lyrical. She and her mom, Joanne, have a penchant for wearing cat ears. In their introduction video, Joanne explained that if anyone tried to get in her daughter's way, she'd put on her ears and "caaaaat-tack you. " (Watch out, Abby.)
Hannah Colin (Age 14)
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Another daughter of a dance studio owner (must be something in the water...), Hannah was "born into dancing" and already has 12 years under her belt, I mean, ballet shoe.
Her favorite type of dance is lyrical and contemporary and she hopes to be a Rockette and dance on Broadway when she gets older, according to her introduction video. But first, she's living one of her dreams on Dance Moms. Since the show's humble beginnings, Hannah has wanted to be part of the ALDC. Now, she'll find out if working with Abby is a dream come true, or a total nightmare.
Brady Farrar (Age 14)
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The only male member of the ALDC elite team, Brady is the first dancer in his family. In his intro video, he explained that he began dancing around age 6 after his dad was deployed to Iraq. He wanted to express himself through movement, went to his first class, and the rest is dance history.
Since then, he's won Best Dancer at The Dance Awards twice and placed in the top three at Youth America Grand Prix. Now, Brady's favorite styles are ballet and contemporary, and he wants to be in a ballet company when he gets older. Of course, before he can do all that, he–and his mom Tricia—will need to impress Abby Lee.
Lindsay Geller Lindsay Geller is the Love & Life Editor at Women’s Health, specializing in entertainment news and culture coverage.
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Dancing Moms - frwiki.wiki
Dance Moms , or Moms, Stage Directors in Quebec City, is a reality television show simulcast from
The principle of the show is to be trained by a group of young dancers in the Abby Lee Dance Company. This company aims to make its students become professional dancers. The peculiarity of the program is that it is focused on the point of view of mothers of little girls participating in the program.
In France, the program is broadcast from on Teva. In Quebec, it is broadcast on Canal Vie.
As of May 2020, Abby Lee Miller will not be renewing her contract with Lifetime. There will be no season 9.
- 1 principle
- 2 members
- 2.1 Teachers
- 3 Former members
- 3.1 Team "ELITE"
- 3.2 Mini team (2016-6 - and season)
- 4 French voices
- 5 episodes
- 5.1 First season (2011)
- 5.2 Second season (2012)
- 5. 3 Third season (2013)
- 5.4 Fourth season (2014)
- 5.5 Fifth season (2015)
- 5.6 Sixth season (2016)
- 5.7 Seventh season (2016-2017)
- 5.8 Season Eight (2020)
- 6 Around the show
- 6.1 Abby Lee Dance Company
- 6.2 Choreographies
- 6.3 Criticism and controversy
- 7 Derived emissions and adaptations
- 8 Film adaptation
- 9 External links
- 10 Notes and references
Every week at the Abby Lee Dance Company in Pittsburgh, a group of young dancers led by Abby Lee Miller train for a dance competition. The group usually consists of 5-8 dancers, depending on the episodes of the show. Every week they learn a new group choreography and also, for some, a trio, duo or solo. Solo during competitions is the privilege of little girls and the object of many conflicts between their mothers. Each episode begins with a "pyramid", a ranking created by choreographer Abby to represent the best and worst performances from the previous week. The episode usually ends with an awards ceremony for the winners of the contest. Maddie Ziegler is considered Abby's favorite dancer. She performs solo almost every week, is the winner of most competitions and is almost always at the top of the pyramid. This creates tension with each episode between her mother, Melissa, and the other little girls' mothers. The tension between these mothers and Abby Lee Miller is also at the center of the show.
- Abby Lee Miller is the founder of the Abby Lee Dance Company.
- Gianna Martello - Abby Lee Miller's assistant and one of her alumni.
- Melissa Gisoni is the mother of Maddie Ziegler (b. 2002, 17) and Mackenzie Ziegler (b. 2004, 15). Leave the show in Season 6 so Maddie can focus on her professional endeavors.
- Jackie Lucia is the mother of Sophia Lucia (born 2002, 16 years old), who will leave the issue until 3- season.
- Kelly Hyland is the mother of Brooke Hyland (born 1998, aged 21) and Paige Hyland (born 2000, aged 19), who were banned from the show in the fourth season due to an altercation between Kelly and Abby.
- Christy Lukasiak is the mother of Chloe Lukasiak (born 2001, age 18), who will leave the show after the fourth season. She will be back at 7- m season.
- Kathy Stein is the mother of Vivi-Anne Stein (born 2004, age 14) who left the show after the first season. Katie is the owner of the Candy Apple studio and Abby Lee Miller's rival.
- Leslie Ackerman is the mother of Payton Ackerman (born 1997, aged 21) who joins the show from time to time to integrate certain group choreographies.
- Christy Ray - Mother Asia Rei (born 2005, 13 years old) who appears in several episodes of 3rd-th season.
- Jessalyn Siwa is the mother of JoJo Siwa (born 2003, age 16) who joined the show in the 4- season and leaves after the 6- season.
- Christy Hunt is the mother of Sarah Hunt (born 2005, aged 13) who has been on the run several times over the course of 4- and 5- .
- Jill Green is the mother of Kendall Green (born 2002, age 17) who joined the show during the 2- m season.
- Kira Girard is the mother of Kalani Khiliker (born 2000, 19 years old) who joined the show in 4- m season.
- Holly Fraser - mother of Nia Siu (born 2001, aged 18). Leaves the show after season 7.
Team "MINI LA" (2016 -6 - th season)
- Tiffany Oladi is the mother of Alexus Oladi (born July 4, 2007, age 12), who left the show after the mini-team disbanded.
- Sari Lopez is the mother of Areana Lopez (born May 21, 2005, age 15).
- Mary Owen is the mother of Alice Owen (born March 9, 2006, age 12).
- Lynn Faye is 's mother Kendyl Faye (born February 25, 2008, age 12) who joined the show after Mia left.
- Kerry Evans - mother of Peyton Evans (born February 17, 2009, aged 11).
- Yolanda Walmsley is the mother of Elliana Walmsley (born June 23, 2007, aged 12).
- Stacey Ketchman - mother of Liliana Ketchman (b. June 23, 2008, age 11).
- Muriel Nijon
- Veronique Uzuro
- Adeline Lecade
- Marin Tuya
- Philip Hubert
- Benjamin Cohen
- Marion Cohen
- Sandra Parra
- Eglantine Lekoz
- Alice torand
- Flora Caprielian
- Sabrina Marchese
- Ann-Sophie Nallino
- French version
- Studio: Imagine
- Adaptation: Valentin Marshal
- Art Direction: Julien Breat
First season (2011)
The first season consists of 12 episodes and 1 special aired between and .
- Let the show begin! ( Competition starts )
- New recruit ( highly unacceptable )
- Like a mother, like a daughter ( Cheerleaders Blues )
- Star ( Stealing the show )
- New York Agent ( When the Stars Collide )
- Missing ( Die Dance )
- Dance my angel ( she is a fighter )
- Love is in the air Love is in the air ( Love is on the dance floor )
- Las Vegas Here We Are ( from ballerinas to dancers )
- War Declared ( Cathy Brings It! )
- Championship (here all ends with )
- Star in the firmament ( there is only one star )
- Best of ( Most Outrageous Moments ) (special)
Second season (2012)
The second season has 26 episodes and 4 specials broadcast between at .
- Let's dance ( All replaced by )
- Queen's Apples ( Return of Candy Apples )
- Brooke Choice
- Nobody likes bad things ( Nobody likes a bully )
- Ghost ( back Brook )
- Moms in costumes ( Jill on a rampage )
- Hands up ( Bullets and Ballet )
- Supreme Betrayal ( Runaway Mom )
- Big bet ( costume drama )
- Under the Florida Sun ( Miami Heatwave )
- Star dream ( Melissa pleads for the fifth )
- Lifetime Chance ( Waiting for Joffrey )
- Lies and jealousy ( Abbygeddon )
- Abby in all her forms ( Abby's most divine moments ) (Special)
- Battle begins ( Battle begins )
- Bright Return ( Night of the Living Dancers )
- All pictures allowed ( I know what you did at the last competition )
- Maddie Has A Secret ( Maddie Has A Secret )
- For Better or For Worse ( Abby's Dance-A-Thon ) (special)
- Revenge ( how do you like these apples? )
- Birthday between enemies ( Worst party on occasion of the day birthday! )
- Drop Dead Diva ( Guess who's back? )
- Still ill ( break a leg )
- Girls vs Boys ( Candy Apple Revenge )
- Abby's Gala
- Cruel dilemma ( new in town )
- Solo Fever ( Solo Fever )
- May the best one win! ( Citizens )
- Homecoming Part 1 ( Reunion: Off the Dance Floor, Part 1 ) (special)
- Homecoming Part 2 ( Reunion: Off the Dance Floor, Part 2 ) (special)
Third season (2013)
The third season includes 31 episodes and 8 specials that aired between and .
- Four Truths ( Smoke Before Fire ) (special)
- Beginning of end ( Beginning of end )
- Spirit of Rebellion ( won with old, with new )
- Superstar ( but I am national champion! )
- We're not going to lie to each other ( Liar, Liar, Dancing Mom on Fire! )
- Beware of substitution! ( Revenge replacements )
- Top of the pyramid ( cute boys, doll girls )
- Unlimited ( Rotten to the Core )
- Nothing is taken for granted ( you were unfriendly )
- Rest in Peace Broadway Baby ( Bye Bye Baby )
- Love Story ( All is well in love and war )
- Take care of yourself! ( Camouflaged maneuvers )
- Expressions and emotions ( Apple of her eye )
- Diamond crushers ( she is a maniac )
- Ruthless Competition ( Watch Your Back Mac )
- Everyone to the polls! ( Dance Policy )
- Assistant choreographer ( Can I have this dance? )
- Premier Straight ( Top View )
- Hell Armwrestling ( Candy Apple )
- Mother / Daughter ( Tell Everyone P1 ) (special)
- We all rock it ( Tell it all part 2 ) (special)
- B major league ( Crazy boy, Crazy mom )
- Moms incognito ( Two girls, one solo )
- Perfect team ( An apple a day saves Abby )
- So chic ( no room for rotten apples )
- Sparring Part 1 ( Dance Mom Chatter Part 1 ) (Special)
- Speeches pt 2 ( Dance Moms Chatter pt 2 ) (special)
- Hip Hop & Tap ( Tap Versus Hip Hop )
- Rivalry ( Abby so far this season ) (Special)
- What a day! ( Solo Riot )
- Clash ( Clash of Dance Moms )
- Patch ( The Dancing Dead )
- When the cat is not around . .. ( Gone, Abby is gone )
- Invincibles ( Again, Again Abby )
- Vegas Jackpot ( Diva Las Vegas )
- New face of dance ( Do-Si-Do and Do-Si-Ne )
- My girl champion
- Hurricane Abby ( Dance Moms Reunion: Hurricane Abby ) (special)
- Gifts of Time ( Twas the Fight Before Christmas ) (Special)
Fourth season (2014)
The fourth season consists of 27 episodes and 7 specials aired between and .
- Flaws of villains ( Guess who's coming to the dance? ) (Special)
- All in the hot seat ... or almost ( Welcome back . .. Now don't get too comfortable )
- One number among others (two people can play this game in )
- For a good reason ( Dance Moms Cares ) (special)
- Abby the Menace ( Abby Strikes Back )
- Between Witches ( Chloe vs. Kendall: Round 2 )
- Everyone wants your seat ( no one is safe )
- New Chloe ( Battle Chloe )
- Revenge in New York ( Big Trouble in the Big Apple )
- Only one creature you're missing... ( Wingman Down )
- At eight we'll be a myth ( Nothing's fair in Abbeville )
- Ninth Heaven ( no solo for you )
- Un pas de travers
- Little Sister, Big Sister ( Sister Showdown ) Little Sister, Big Sister Sister
- Decisions Decisions ( Decisions Decisions )
- Family above all ( Family above all )
- Such a beautiful tribute ( Lights! Camera! Dancing! )
- Life goes on ( introducing my new team )
- The Dance Moms see red ( Seeing off red ) (Special)
- Between girls ( Girl Talk ) (special)
- Maddie vs. Chloe ( Maddie vs. Chloe Battle ) (Special)
- Top 10 choreos ( Abby Top Ten Dances ) (specials)
- Twice as many problems ( twice as many moms, twice as many problems )
- First kiss ( kiss or get off the potty )
- Abby's world ( Three soloists, one star )
- Fear of losing ( abbi-phobia )
- Cursed Umbrella ( Chloe gets revenge )
- Must prove himself ( No More Crybabies )
- Pistol shooting ( doubles )
- Be careful or I'll cancel everything ( Another bites the dust )
- My favorite solo ( 45 seconds solo )
- Hollywood, here we are! ( Hollywood Here We Are Part 1 )
- Hour of Truth ( Hollywood Here We Go Part 2 )
- Favoritism ( Reproduction of favorites ) (Special)
Season five (2015)
The fifth season includes 30 episodes and 4 specials broadcast between and .
- Forbidden to moms ( Girl Talk 2 ) (Special)
- Correspondence ( 99 problems, but mom is not alone )
- On the brink of hysterics ( Abby served )
- Head bow ( Jojo with bow )
- Bye Bye Pittsburgh Bye Bye Pittsburgh
- Conquest of the West ( Hello Hollywood, Goodbye Abby )
- Tone rises ( Nia risks it all )
- LA Hard Law Part 1 ( Wild West Coast Part 1 )
- LA Hard Law Part 2 ( Wild West Coast Part 2 )
- Domino Effect ( Great Break )
- Confused ( New Maddy? )
- Nia's Last Chance ( Nia's Last Chance )
- Grand Challenge ( Abby's Trash, Cathy's Treasure )
- Contest without Maddie ( Mackenzie's time to shine )
- Second chance in Hollywood ( second round Hollywood )
- Whoever rubs it will prick ( Maddy vs. Kalani )
- Battle of clips ( videos killed the star ALDC )
- Showdown in Pittsburgh, Part 1 )
- Showdown in Pittsburgh, Part 2
- Billing ( Seeing Stars ) (special)
- Australia: Nothing Works Part 1 ( Dance Moms Down Under Part 1 )
- Australia: Nothing Works Part 2 ( Dance Moms Down Under Part 2 )
- Kendall Superstar (on live from Los Angeles, this is Kendall K. )
- Maddie vs Mackenzie ( Maddie vs Mackenzie )
- Monster Under the Bed ( West Coast Strikes Back )
- Big fight ( Abby vs. Kira )
- Abby Lee Miller disappeared ( Where is Abby Lee Miller at all? )
- Will come, will not come ( Abby vs. Kira ... AGAIN! )
- Countdown ( Single fight: 1 round )
- Crazy Solos ( Baby Dance Mama Drama )
- Impossible to lose ( Nia vs Kalani . .. Winner takes Al )
- It goes or it breaks ( Chaos on National )
- unknown French name ( City of Angels ) (special, not published in France)
- unknown French title ( Slumber Party! ) (special, not published in France)
Season six (2016)
The sixth season includes 29 episodes and 5 specials aired between and .
- unknown french title ( mom banned ) (special)
- unknown French title ( New season, New rules )
- unknown French title ( Abby vs. Melissa )
- unknown French title ( Mini Dancers, Big Drama )
- unknown French name ( Now you see Abby and now you don't )
- unknown French name ( Abby's Replaceable )
- unknown French name ( Abby's New Favorites )
- unknown French title ( Debbie Allen to the Rescue )
- unknown French title ( Maddie returns )
- unknown French name ( Nia saves the day )
- unknown French title ( Abby Lee Horror Story )
- unknown French title ( The Maddie Rumor )
- unknown French name ( Brynn's Big Moment )
- unknown French name ( ALDC Does Vegas )
- unknown French title ( JoJo Steals the Show Show )
- unknown French name ( Melissa Announcement )
- unknown French title ( Mack Z vs. Abby Lee )
- unknown French name ( Mini Madness )
- unknown French name ( One Last Dance )
- unknown French name ( Hello and Goodbye ) (special)
- unknown French name ( The Girls Say Goodbye ) (special)
- unknown french title ( Maddie and Mackenzie goodbye ) (special)
- unknown French name ( Girl Talk Part 3 ) (special)
- unknown French name ( Abby's New Beginning )
- unknown French title ( Nia & Kendall Face Off )
- unknown French name ( Return of the Minis )
- unknown French title ( Mommy Meltdown )
- unknown French name ( Mini Mayhem )
- unknown French name ( Abby, you're fired! )
- unknown French title ( JoJo - no-show )
- unknown French name ( ALDC for sale? )
- unknown French name ( Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like Ab-bee )
- unknown French name ( Two teams, two studios part 1 )
- unknown French name ( Two teams, two studios part 2 )
Seventh season (2016-2017)
The seventh season aired from .
- unknown French title ( Fight for Your Life )
- unknown French name ( Abby's worst nightmare )
- unknown French name ( Return of rotten apples )
- unknown French title ( Winner takes all )
- unknown French name ( New Kid on the Block )
- unknown French name ( No Clowning Around )
- unknown French name ( Curse of Fresno )
- unknown French name ( ALDC Ain't Dead still )
- unknown French name ( Battle of blondes )
- unknown French name ( Breathless In Denver )
- unknown French name ( Leaving La La Land )
- unknown French name ( in Pittsburgh it's not always sunny )
- unknown French name ( Same Old Frenemies Part 1 )
- unknown French name ( Same Old Frenemies Part 2 )
Eighth season (2020)
Season eight airs from .
- Abby's return
- Abby returns to her duties
- dear mother
- Broadway Spoiled Child
- Choose wisely
- Queen or King ALDC
- Ultimatum Lilly
- Return of Yolanda
- Team in the dock
- We make waves in Pittsburgh
- Zero tolerance for mothers
- Hanna's real face
- Two jackets: four dancers
- Abby's Auditions
- Return of studio 19
- Rising from the ashes
- New York National Final
Around the show
Abby Lee Dance Company
Abby Lee Miller started her own dance company at the age of 14. The Abby Lee Dance Company studio is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where Abby Lee Miller was born and has always lived. The dance troupe is open to children ages 2 to 18 and offers many dance classes ranging from tap to hip hop, including jazz. In addition to Abby, these lessons are taught by six well-known teachers. Abby Lee Miller's goal is that after being fully trained in her studio, her students can start a career as a professional dancer.
Abby Lee Miller is an acclaimed choreographer, so choreographic sequences play a big role in the performance. Abby's creations are unique in that each one tells a story. Considered one of Abby's finest choreographies, "Last Lyrics" features dancers imitating a tragically ending car ride. Young girls also often play famous characters on stage. Maddie has visibly stepped into the shoes of Helen Keller, a blind, deaf and mute writer. Abby even told Near, who previously performed a tribute to Maya Angelou, the choreography in memory of her deceased dog, a Bichon named Broadway Baby.
Criticism and controversy
After another run-in with Abby, Kelly Hyland beats the choreographer and ends up on trial. As a result, she and her daughters will leave the show. The incident can be seen in an episode that aired on February 11, 2014. In turn, Kelly Hyland also sued Abby Lee on behalf of her daughter Paige, accusing her of bullying. Abby indeed, among other bullying, advised Kelly to seek treatment for Paige's mental problems. Many viewers have criticized Abby Lee's attitude towards her students, saying that she is solely responsible for the nervous breakdowns of Kelly Hyland or other mothers.
The costumes of little girls in dance competitions are sometimes controversial. The most brutal came after the airing of the ninth episode of the second season, in which young dancers performed a choreography called "Topless Dancers". In this issue, they were dressed in outfits that created the illusion of nudity. Due to much criticism, this episode was subsequently censored by the channel.
Derived emissions and adaptations
- Dance Moms: Miami is a program with the same concept but set in the Stars Dance studio. The show was canceled after just one season.
- Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition is a dance competition show where Abby Lee Miller selects young dancers to compete against each other until only one winner remains.
- Abby's Studio Rescue is a show where Abby Lee Miller helps struggling dance studios transform to recruit new students.
- Raising Asia is a show about the life of Asia Monet Ray, a guest dancer who joins the team during several competitions in the third season.
- Dance Mums with Jennifer Ellison , UK adaptation of the show.
In 2016, Ellen DeGeneres announced that her production company A Very Good Production and Warner Bros. develop a film based on the play.
- Official website of the exhibition
- Abby Lee Miller Dance Company Official Website
Notes and links
- ↑ " Dance Moms : The show that saw Maddie Ziegler land on Tewa!" , Public , (as of January 21, 2015)
- ↑ http://www. buddytv.com/articles/dance-moms/dance-moms-reunion-does-abby-a-54855.aspx
- ↑ " Dancing Moms 'Not Very Thankful' Says Abby Lee Miller ", on mtv.com, (accessed August 29, 2020) .
- ↑ Rebeca Schumann, " Is Chloe Lukasiak Leaving Dance Moms?" ALDC star says she's done with Abby Lee Miller in season 4 finale preview" on International Business TimesAugust 2020 ) .
- ↑ (in) « Eat, sleep, breathe... Dance! ", Eat, sleep, breathe... Dance! (as of August 29, 2020) .
- ↑ (in) "Kalani Hilliker" at Wikipedia , (read online)
- ↑ (in) " A+E Networks UK " on A+E Networks UK (accessed 30 September 2020) .
- ↑ http://abbyleedancecompany.com/faculty/
- ↑ (in) Tracey Egan Morrissey, " Dance Moms Outdoors with Helen Keller's Interpretive Dance" on jezebel.com, (accessed August 29, 2020) .
- ↑ (in) " A+E Networks UK " on A+E Networks UK (accessed 30 September 2020) .
- ↑ Rebeca Schumann, " Kelly Hyland talks about Abby Lee Miller's struggles as she leaves ALDC: "She hurts my kids every day," dance moms star says , in International Business Times, (accessed at August 29, 2020 ) .
- ↑ Free Britney, " Abby Lee Miller: Paige Hyland sued for physical and mental abuse of dance moms!" " , At thehollywoodgossip.com , (as of August 29, 2020) .
- ↑ Rebeca Schuman, " 'Dance Moms' Fans Accuse Abby Lee Miller of Child Abuse, Ask Lifetime to Cancel Show After Arrest of Kelly Hyland ", at International Business Times, (accessed 29 August 2020 ) .
- ↑ (in) Tracey Egan Morrissey, " Dance Moms Turned into Little Girls Performing Nude Burlesques in Costumes " on jezebel.com, (accessed August 29, 2020) .
- ↑ Jethro Nededog, " Dance episode of the fan dance ' Dancing Moms' filmed aerial ", on hollywoodreporter.com, (accessed 29 Aug 2020) 90.4
- ↑ (in) " A+E Networks UK " on A+E Networks UK (accessed 30 September 2020) .
- ↑ (in) " A+E Networks UK " on A+E Networks UK (accessed 30 September 2020) .
- ↑ http://www.tracking-board.com/ellen-degeneres-developing-dance-moms-movie-at-warner-bros-exclusive/
Nia Siu's biography, age, height, boyfriend, mothers- dancers and net worth
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Nia Siu is an American dancer, singer, actor, and You Tuber. She is one of the contestants on the dance reality show commonly known as "Dance Moms".
Her latest music video is called FLXXN ft. RIDDICK. Growing up in New York, Nia was able to watch 4-5 Broadway shows every year. She always wanted to be a Broadway actress.
Prior to that, she could play the piano and drums and was also a songwriter. Along with Maddie Ziegler and Kendall Vertes, Nya was featured in the February 2016 issue of Seventeen magazine.
In addition, she has also appeared on the cover of other magazines such as Big City Kids and Sesi. In 2015, Nia released her first single "Star In Your Own Life" along with a music video.
Nia Siu Age
The young and talented American star and social media personality was born on June 20, 2001 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Thus, as of 2019, she is 18 years old.
Besides, she celebrates her birthday every day.
Nia Siu height and weight - how tall is Nia Siu
Near is approximately 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 55 kg as of 2019.
Nia Su's Family
Nia was born as the middle child of parents Holly Hatcher-Fraser and Evan Fraser Sr. Prior to that, she grew up alongside her two brothers named Evan Fraser Jr. and William Fraser.
Holly, who participated in Dance Moms with Nia and supports her in all her endeavors, says she supports her. Moreover, she reminds her daughter that, despite her success, everything can disappear any day if she does not work hard and persevere.Photo of Nia Sioux
Boyfriend of Nia Sioux
Su has been in a relationship with her boyfriend named Bryce Xavier since 2017. Before his girlfriend's career, Bryce was a dancer, model, and actor. For the first time, the magnificent lovebirds met at the end of 2016, when they studied together in a dance class.
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However, Siu made an official statement, telling Teen Vogue more about how they got together.
"We met a year ago at a dance," Nia told Teen Vogue about her first relationship. “It was hip-hop class and we got to know each other and maybe five months went by and we ended up working together on the same project for Target and we became really close friends. Like, we were best friends. We ended up falling in love and started dating.”
It's a great experience for Nia to have her first boyfriend with someone who is also her best friend. She added: “He is very cute. So cute and fun. And he's one of those people that when you're around him, you just smile because he makes everyone happy."
The former Dance Moms star continued that the most important thing she's learned from a relationship is that it shouldn't be stressful. She and Bryce spend a lot of time apart, but she says she always makes time for each other, whether it's a phone call at night or a text message in the morning. She also says that sometimes distance makes the heart grow tenderly. "It wasn't a problem," she said of the time and geographic differences.
Nia says that what she likes most about keeping fun memories and adventures with her new beau is just because he is "such a wonderful person." As for whether the two will collaborate anytime soon, Nia says it would be "really cool."
Congratulations to the happy couple - and we can't wait to see them show off their dance moves together.
Nia Sioux dance moms
First appearing on Dance Moms in 2011, Nia Sioux was called the dark horse. She was regularly denied performances, and her instructor, Abby Lee Miller, placed her at the base of the pyramid. Despite this sign, however, Nia remained focused on her adoration for execution and eventually grew into a gifted star who continued to shine long after Dance Moms.
By creating hit tunes and music recordings on YouTube, following events on Broadway, and doing recurring drama work, Nia has established herself as a trained performer. As she continues to take on new opportunities and challenges, she usually remains grateful to Dance Moms for getting her to where she is today.
Amazingly, Nia started to become famous when she starred in Dance Moms. In 2015, she released her first tune and released the music video "Star In Your Own Life" which has over 12 million views on Youtube. She has since released several unique tunes and recordings, including a coordinated composition to a random tune and another seminal video to the tune "Kill".
At that point, in 2016, she got a job in an off-Broadway show called Journey of Love, where she tested her acting skills, singing and moving gifts and encouraged her attachment to performing.
She returned to Dance Moms in 2017, competing in The Irreplaceables, led by Dancing With the Stars expert Cheryl Burke and featuring Nia, Kalani Hilliker, Kendall Vertes and Chloe Lukasiak.
When the seventh season ended, Nia began investigating acting. She did a regular job on the CBS drama The Bold and the Beautiful, playing a design assistant named Emma. Constantly looking for new and inspiring opportunities, Nia even found an opportunity to travel to South Korea as a reporter for the 2018 Winter Olympics for NBC and Musical.ly, an online life video app.
Nia Siu is bold and beautiful
Nia Siu portrays "Emma" as a bright, young and socially conscious intern with a flair for fashion and design in The Bold and the Beautiful.
Nia Siu wowed audiences as a dancer, singer and actor on the small screen and in live performances, proving herself to be one of today's hottest triple threats. Best known for her role on Lifetime's hit series Dancing Moms, Nia has since moved out of the real world and into a TV actress. Nia plunged into the world of music when she released her first single "Star In Your Own Life", which has over 11 million views on YouTube.
She continued to release music, and her latest single "You Don't Really Wanna" reached number one on the iTunes Music Video pop charts. Her skills with multiple hyphens were showcased when she performed as a performer in the Broadway musical The Journey of Love. Soon after, Nia starred in her first film, Running from My Roots, and co-hosted a popular digital series. "Ready style".
NBC Sports named Near as Special Correspondent for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Nia's talent was recently recognized when she was chosen "Favorite Dancer Under 17" at the IDA Awards and was nominated for the Tiger Beat "19up to 19".
It's important for Nia to be a good role model, and she tells the children about how they can "become a star" in their own lives, which is very important to her. In addition, she has a clothing line called Popular Poison (Nia Sioux X Popular Girl), which conveys her positive image through clothing.
Nia Sioux leaves courage and beauty
Nia Sioux made her last appearance in The Bold and the Beautiful as her character, Emma Barber, finally met her demise.
The actress addressed her departure from the show and said, “Old Emma can't answer the phone now…why? Because she is dead. Many thanks to @boldandbeautifulcbs for giving me a chance. This was my first scripted show and I will always be grateful for this amazing experience. Those last scenes were bittersweet, but they were so much fun to film. And to all Emma's fans, a huge thank you for all the love and support. Until next time, B&B. '
Despite her determination to tell Hope Logan (Annika Noel) the truth about baby Beth, Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) caught up with her and silenced her forever.
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Although she is no longer seen in The Bold and the Beautiful, fans can look forward to seeing her in two upcoming films currently in post-production: The Code and Lies I Tell Myself.
The young and versatile actress became popular as a regular on Dance Moms, where she made her debut at the age of 10. She starred in the popular reality show for seven seasons. However, it turned out that she had been dancing since the age of three.
Sioux also loves to sing. Her first single was "Star In Your Own Life", which already has over 11 million views on YouTube, followed by "You Don't Really Wanna", which hit number one on the iTunes Music Video pop charts. She also appeared in "Runnin' From My Roots", which was her first film, and she also co-hosted the hit digital series Ready Set Style.
Due to his talent, Su is definitely on his way to the top. But she also has other priorities, including getting a college degree.
In an interview with Naluda Magazine, she said: “In 5 years I will be going to college. In my family, education comes first, so I will think about my future specialty. In addition, it is difficult to imagine what I will be doing in 5 years. I hope I will do what I love - singing, acting and dancing."
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Nia Siu Dancer
Nia started dancing at the age of three and joined Dance Moms when she was 10 years old. Nia's hard work has made her a fan favorite for the dance show. In addition, she has been interested in music since childhood.
In addition, Near dances contemporary and musical theater numbers during her tenure with the Abby Lee Dance Company. She also has a talent for singing and has been featured in several viral videos.
Referring to this, she made her Broadway debut in Love Ride in New York in 2016. Prior to this, she performed in a concept video with co-star Wilson Mayo in the same year, so she takes on voice and acting lessons every week to prepare for her career goals.
She has also appeared on the cover of several magazines, including; City kids and Sesi magazine.
Nia Siu Net Worth
The young star's net worth is about $2 million, which she has earned over her career, but her salary has yet to be revealed.
Nia Sioux Songs
- Star in Your Own Life (2015)
- Kill (2015)
- Dance (2017)
- You Really Don't Want (2017)
- The first date like nervous
- Daling (2019)
- DJ FAV
- Winter (2016)
- Here for you (2016)
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