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Dance Moms Reunion -Induced Flashbacks | L.A. Storytime Ep. 4

Updated: Jul 13

Some of Christy's most jaw-dropping interview moments have been with the unpredictable stars of Dance Moms, like Jojo Siwa, Abby Lee Miller and Maddie Ziegler's mom, Melissa Gisoni...

Dance Moms is a reality TV series that premiered on Lifetime in 2011. The show follows young dancers and their mothers as they train and compete under the guidance of dance instructor Abby Lee Miller at the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The series showcases the intense training and preparation required for competitive dance, as well as the personal and often dramatic interactions among the dancers, their mothers, and Abby Lee Miller.

The show has been popular for its high-energy dance routines, the talent of the young dancers, and the often contentious and dramatic relationships between the moms and Abby Lee.

Dance Moms has also been a launching pad for several of its young stars, including Maddie Ziegler, who has gone on to achieve significant fame and success in the entertainment industry. She is perhaps the most successful alum, gaining widespread fame for her collaborations with singer Sia, particularly in the music video for "Chandelier."

Jojo Siwa is now a multi-talented American entertainer known for her work as a dancer, singer, actress, and social media personality.

JoJo Siwa and Abby Lee Miller have maintained a positive relationship since JoJo's time on Dance Moms, although their interactions have become less frequent as JoJo's career has evolved. They occasionally interact publicly, showing mutual respect and support.

Abby Lee Miller has expressed pride in JoJo's accomplishments, and JoJo has acknowledged Abby's role in her early training and career development.

While they may not be as close as they were during the filming of Dance Moms, their bond remains one of mutual appreciation and recognition of each other's impact on their respective careers.

The hit TLC show aired for eight seasons from July 13, 2011, to September 10, 2019. It ended for several reasons, but the stars continue to spark controversy with their latest Dance Moms Reunion.

Christy is reflecting on her many encounters with the Dance Moms cast over the years.

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