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18 March 2017, 05:40 | Myron Mathis
She also shared in the outlet that she learned a lot from the past and from Miller that they share some fun.
It seems that Chloe Lukasiak is not the only former Elite troupe member to get back at "Dance Moms" coach, Abby Lee Miller.
Maddie Ziegler is putting her reality television days behind her. As the former star of the Abby Lee Dance Company makes the rounds to promote her new tell-all book, she's taking every opportunity she can to slam Abby Lee Miller.
In an interview with People.com, Maddie reflects briefly on her Dance Moms past while skirting questions about Abby with the ease of a true entertainment veteran.
"Dance Moms" Chloe Lukasiak Reconciled With Maddie Ziegler? She made a decision to quit "Dance Moms" during the show's long-filmed sixth season in 2016, as per Reality Tea. "I had the craziest time when I was with her and on that team", she said of the experience. She's also losing Maddie Ziegler, whom she once claimed was her favorite student in previous "Dance Moms" seasons. "But I feel like now, I've never been happier in my life, and I'm not stressed at all". She reveals, "We lived through it, so I don't feel like we have to watch it, and it was just so much drama that I don't want to see it again", adding, "I hate watching myself...it's just weird to me". One of its main dancers, Maddie Ziegler, revealed that she quit because she no longer wanted to work in a highly stressful environment. 'And I'm not stressed at all, which is insane. Still, while she tentatively rules out a reunion with Miller, Maddie still keeps in touch with the girls who are still on the show. "I was stressed at 11 years old". "I'm done competing; I'm so glad to move on from competing".
"Dance Moms" stars are reported to be in reconciliation while coach Abby Lee Miller faces 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to fraud.
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