After leaving the show last March, one of its regulars is looking to end the feud that pushed her away.
According to a report from entertainment website Radar, Abby Lee Miller of the reality TV show "Dance Moms" may be heading for a return to the show as her feud with her former students may have already ended. The 50-year-old director and chief choreographer of the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) released a video of one of her former students, Kendall Vertes dancing, with the caption saying "Sometimes a girl just needs to get loose."
What is most notable in the video is that Vertes was sporting an ALDC sweater, considering that she had already departed the studio with the other members of the cast. It can be recalled that some of the other members, namely, Chloe Lukasiak, Nia Sioux, Camryn Bridges, and Kalani Hilliker, left with Vertes to join professional dancer Cheryl Burke of "Dancing with the Stars" fame.
Lee, on the other hand, left the show last March after a falling out with her junior elite competition team who performed with a different studio during the national competitions. "I will no longer take part in Dance Moms," said Miller in a photo she shared last month. "For the past six years/seven seasons I have asked, begged and even demanded creative credit for all the ideas, award winning routines, themes and costuming – To no avail!" she added.
"I just have a problem with being manipulated, disrespected and used day in and day out by men who never took a dance lesson in their lives and treat women like dirt!" she explained further.
But with the latest video she posted, fans and followers of the show have speculated that things may have already been patched up between Miller and her former team.
In other news, ex-Dance Moms star Chloe Lukasiak shared the real reason why she left the show back in 2014. "The reason for leaving the show was my old teacher mocked my eye very bluntly; I was dealing with some serious health issues," shared Lukasiak in a report from Buddy TV. She said that the environment was no longer good for her, and she was happy with her decision.