Abby pulls Maddie from this week's group number, "See No Evil," and promotes her to assistant choreographer. The surprising move serves a few functions. First, it allows Maddie to use her dance talent in a new way (and Abby just can't stop gushing about M more
This week's Dance Moms is all about the politics of the dance world. It's a topic with plenty of potential, to be sure. In fact, it's pretty much what Dance Moms is all about: women fighting for the good graces of a powerful connection who can break their more
The competition's reached a fever pitch between the Abby Lee Dance Company and the Candy Apple's Dance Center. Cathy's back this week and determined to oust Abby's girls from the winner's circle. She's picked a great moment to strike, too. The group is di more
The Abby Lee Dance Company gets an extra helping of star power this week in the form of Rachelle Rak, a scrappy professional dancer with Broadway credits and years of experience. Rak's star may be shiny, but she's not above helping the ALDC craft a winnin more
In another very special two-hour episode of Dance Moms , Abby once again uses social causes to choreograph a number. Unlike last week's confusing "Don't Ask, Just Tell," though, "Rosa Parks" actually works. It's a great week to come up with a winning rout more
This week's two-hour edition of Dance Moms has a promising start. Like all episodes, though, it quickly dissolves into conflict. The moms play nice during the first half, prepping Abby for her date with a scruffy Italian gas station attendant (!), helping more
Dance Moms season 3 has been full of a lot of ups and downs, plus more than a few battles. On this week's episode, called "All's Fair in Love and War," there is a little bit of love and a whole lot of war.
No matter how much viewers might love to hate Abby Lee Miller, it's hard not to sympathize with her on this week's episode of Dance Moms . The teacher lost her dog, Broadway Baby, to kidney failure, and the episode highlights Abby's mourning process. Abby more