‘Dance Moms’ Season 7 Rumors: Abby Lee Miller, Jojo Siwa Leaving? No More New Episodes Because Talent Shortage?
Abby Lee Miller recently expressed feeling hatred on the sets of Lifetime’s Dance Moms season. The animosity may have compelled elite competition dancer JoJo Siwa to quit the competition along with her mother Jessalynn Siwa, following the departure of Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler.
The exit of the mother-daughter duo was hinted by Dance Moms Season 6B casts on the social media. However, Jo Jo, 13, and Jessalynn are yet to confirm the reports.
Jill Vertes, captioned a photograph of the ALDC dressing room “…and there were 4!” and the decision by Kira Girard to share the photograph over the social media further intensified the rumors, the International Business Times reported.
Moreover, to top it all, the image of Dance Moms weekly pyramid with only four headshots on display was revealed adding fuel to the fire.
Miller took to Instagram on Sunday to express disappointment over some feeling of hatred. She said that instead of mourning the Orlando massacre, they were concentrating more on the negativity.
“Today should have been a time to mourn, to reflect, to be grateful for all that we have. It wasn’t, I felt the hatred in the air on set today! Now I’m hash tagging #dancemoms #season6 because that’s where I was,” she wrote on Instagram.
However, there is still a cloud of uncertainty over who is leaving and who is returning on the sets of the dance reality show. Also, Miller’s Instagram post did not clarify what exactly she meant by the “hatred in the air on set.” It could be some in particular or a conflict between the dancers, the Hof Mag reported.
Meanwhile, though Jo Jo was absent from the competition, she was walking the runway at the Ladylike Foundation’s 2016 Women of Excellence Luncheon in Beverly Hills, California on Saturday. She posted a video of herself making a celebrity appearance at the event in a flowy gown. The event was organized to raise money for scholarships to go to college for inner-city women.