‘Dance Moms’ season 7 Cancellation News: Abby Lee Miller Posts Teary Goodbye? Series Series Continues Even Without Dance Coach?
It looks like the end is here for "Dance Moms" Season 7. Although it still has quite a few episodes left before officially capping the season, it seems like the show's cancellation is truly right around the corner when Abby Lee Miller herself hints at goodbye.
On her Instagram account, the "Dance Moms" Season 7 head honcho and owner of the Abby Lee Dance Company posted a video of the girls discussing their recent performance which won first place at the Asbury Park Convention Hall for the Starbound National Talent competition. Dancers Brynn Rumfallo, Kendall Vertes, Camryn Bridges, Kalani Hiliker and Nia Soux ecstatically and proudly declared that they were all talents of Miller.
The video included a tearful caption which conveyed how proud Abby was of the girls whose journies as dancers were personally chronicled on "Dance Moms" Season 7. She wrote, "5 years of my life, seven seasons on TV in 130 Countries - I did my best for Lifetime and gave my all to the production of Dance Moms! Thank you for the many wonderful opportunities and the valuable lessons I learned."
This post just spurred rumors that "Dance Moms" Season 7 will no longer push through. If Lifetime suspends the show, it may due to Abby's impending court cases. It's no secret that Miller has been hounded by legal problems. After allegedly hiding over $750,000 profit from her TV series, she now faces 20 counts of fraud, five years in prison and a fine of $5 million. This has put the show's fate in the air.
Still, it is possible that "Dance Moms" Season 7 may continue even without Abby. There are other successful and skilled trainers out there and the girls are just starting to reach the peak of their potential.
For now, fans should just enjoy the time "Dance Moms" Season 7 has left on the small screen. Will Abby achieve her goal of once again having the number one elite dancing team? Find out on "Dance Moms" Season 7 on Tuesdays, 9 p.m. EST, on Lifetime.