'Dance Moms' 2016 News & Update: Maddie Ziegler Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction, 'Ballerina' Star Embarrassed & Runs Off Stage?
Suffering a wardrobe malfunction is unfortunate but also almost a part of a dancer's life. Maddie Ziegler, even with all her experiences in "Dance Moms," recently dealt with the mishap. So how did the "Ballerina" deal with it?
'Dance Moms' 2016 News & Update: Maddie Ziegler Runs Off Stage After Wardrobe Malfunction?
Maddie Ziegler has always been a perfectionist even at a very young age. The former "Dance Moms" star already experienced how it felt of things not going her way during a performance.
The "Ballerina" star infamously forgot her solo in one of her "Dance Moms" competitions. Maddie Ziegler at the time didn't know how to handle imperfection and ran off the stage.
Fortunately, the 14-year-old dancer, model, and actress has come a long way. Thanks to Australian superstar, Sia, the former "Dance Moms" star realizes that her amazing talent speaks for itself and she didn't have to be uptight with everything.
'Dance Moms' 2016 News & Update: Maddie Ziegler Handles Wardrobe Malfunction Like A Pro!
Maddie Ziegler was a part of Sia's just recently concluded tour. With a new mindset, the former "Dance Moms" star performed without having to worry about being perfect.
As a matter of fact, her being a perfectionist was tested during the tour when one of her straps snapped in the middle of her "I'm Alive" performance with Sia. Normally, Maddie ZIegler would run off the stage and cry her heart out. But after changing her ways, the former "Dance Moms" star continued the whole routine like a pro!
Maddie Ziegler previously revealed that when she tried to impress Sia's choreographer with her techniques, the former "Dance Moms" star was told to be the complete opposite instead, as reported by Teen Vogue. Being a long-time perfectionist, the Maddie Ziegler was shocked that she didn't have to be so strict with her ways even if she had to dance with the Australian superstar's music video.
"I don’t think Sia likes everything to be perfect," the former "Dance Moms" star revealed. "If my foot isn’t totally pointed, she doesn’t care. I can be free with my emotion, with my face, with the choreography.”