‘Dance Mothers’ season Eight is coach Abby Lee Miller’s first season again since her brutal most cancers battle. HL spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Abby about coming again to the present and she or he revealed she remains to be extremely hands-on.
Abby Lee Miller, 52, is again within the dance studio for Dance Mothers season 8. She shall be teaching a brand new set of dancers on the Abby Lee Dance Firm. She left the collection in season 7 and has since battled Burkitt lymphoma and served Eight months in jail for chapter fraud. She’s most cancers free now and in a wheelchair however Abby burdened that she’s nonetheless the identical kind of coach as she was earlier than she left Dance Mothers. “So far as choreography, I’m nonetheless very concerned,” Abby advised HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY at Lifetime’s Summer season Luau on Could 20. “So far as designing the costumes or arising with them or discovering them someplace in Pittsburgh whereas we’re taking pictures, I do all of that. I nonetheless struggle with the producers concerning the music. I struggle with the producers concerning the dances and the routines and the moms struggle with me about all the things else. It’s just about Dance Mothers. We now have some unbelievable dancing. Some actually, actually proficient dancers. I want that I might train class extra, however the hours simply usually are not out there.”
Abby Lee is a troublesome coach and she or he’s going to proceed to be a troublesome coach. She solely needs to make her dancers the very best they are often. She additionally famous: “I feel everybody’s anticipating a special me. My genes had been put in once I was born, you recognize? I feel that persons are the identical. As conditions change, circumstances change, however I don’t suppose folks actually change. I’ve all the time been actually form. Folks don’t suppose that as a result of they don’t see it on TV, however I’m that. I’m very giving and really loving, particularly with youngsters.”
The Dance Mothers star underwent 5 rounds of chemotherapy for Burkitt lymphoma and needed to study to stroll once more after an emergency spinal surgical procedure in 2018. Regardless of her many setbacks, Abby Lee is hopeful concerning the future.
“I hope someplace I discover that silver lining,” she advised HL. “I hope it was all for one thing. I all the time say ‘will it matter that I used to be [here]?’ I would like it to matter that I used to be right here on this earth. That I did one thing optimistic and that I modified quite a lot of youngsters lives.” Dance Mothers season Eight airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.