"People ask me a lot if what they see on Dance Moms is real", Maddie wrote.
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Many fans speculated that Maddie Ziegler's "The Maddie Diaries" will contain some negative things about her former "Dance Moms" coach Abby Miller. The teenager became famous after being featured in a Sia music video and she is now pursuing other things that will take time away from the dance show. According to Bustle, the upcoming half of the season will explore the departure of Miller and one of the show's best young dancers, Maddie Ziegler. "The Government has no objection to this Motion". "I just wanted to dance; I didn't want all the drama".
For her own part, Abby Lee Miller's 2017 sentencing has her quite "scared to death", as she noted on the podcast Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss where she stated that "I thought I was on the up and up, but I wasn't. I think if I didn't have a sense of humor and I couldn't crack jokes now and then I would have gone insane". There's no passing the buck. The showbiz world already knows what Abby Lee Miller is going through.
"If Miller ends up behind bars, she will obviously miss out on Dance Moms", noted the Christian Post.
Miller will be appearing on the first two episodes of season 7B but she is expected to be absent in future installments. "However, it is even unclear if the show will go on without her. It's not important to look like everyone else", she told Us.
Ziegler had been with the show since "Dance Moms" Season 1 in 2011.
"I was 8 years old at the time, and there were cameramen following me around everywhere I went", she continued in the memoir.
The show followed around the mothers and daughters who attended Abby Lee Miller's dance studio.
No doubt Maddie's confident stance comes from years of working alongside eccentric pop diva Sia, whom she calls her "inspiration".
Maddie Ziegler's interview with ABC and Good Morning America about her new book was fascinating.