Abby Lee Miller has certainly put pressure on Nia Frazer in the coming episode of "Dance Moms" season 7. Episode 7 of "Dance Moms" season 7 is titled "The Fresno Curse," and reports about the new episode claim that Abby will really aim to break their curse of not being able to win in Fresno, California.
To stand out in Fresno, Abby decides to perform a "controversial" routine inspired by the 2011 period drama movie, "The Help." The routine is titled "Good Help is Hard to Find."
Abby then divides the girls into two teams, with one representing the socialites and the other representing the maids.
Nia's mom, Holly Frazier, voiced out her concern regarding the routine, claiming that it might be too sensitive a topic. This doesn't rattle Abby one bit, and the Abby Lee Miller Dance Company owner deflects the responsibility to Nia, claiming that if the routine doesn't win, the fault would be on the young dancer.
Nia certainly does feel the pressure, but it seemed like she didn't let it get to her as she clinched first place for her solo contemporary routine, "Getting Away with Murder." The group dance, "Good Help is Hard to Find" was also able to win first place.
In other "Dance Moms" news, there have been rumors that Chloe Lukasiak might be returning to "Dance Moms" season 7.
Counsel & Heal has speculated that Abby might be regretting ever letting go of Chloe Lukasiak, especially after she learned that the young, talented dancer is now making a name for herself in Hollywood after being part of "Center Stage: On Pointe."
International Business Times has reported that they were able to spot Chloe at the Starbound National Talent Competition in Asbury Park, New Jersey, for an episode that is supposedly scheduled for the season's finale.
When asked if Chloe and her mother, Christi, will be returning to "Dance Moms," they claimed to only be visiting.