With all the hullabaloo of Chrissy, you may have forgotten that Nikki Webster had sent a nationwide callout for young dancers to join the very first Aussie rendition of the iconic US series Dance Moms.
The callout is for 8- to 16-year-olds who “have the dance moves, dedication and drive to be a star,” and “outshine everyone they compete against,” offering these dancers what could be the “beginning of their promising dance career.”
Auditions are set to kick off this month and next month in NSW.
While Webster’s announcement received a whole lotta praise from local fans, one of the dancers from the American series JoJo Siwa was pissed that OG dance boss Abby Lee Miller was supposedly not involved.
“[It should be] Abby. Abby deserves it all,” she said at the time.
But now the recently incarcerated Miller has revealed that she’s working on an upcoming dance competition in Australia and I have no doubt in my mind that she’s referring to Aussie Dance Moms.
“You might see me back on TV,” she told The Hollywood Fix.
When asked to comment on the bushfires that are devastating the country, she said: “I have a lot of friends in Australia, I’ve been there several times, I’m working on a new project there, a big competition show.”
She said the show is still “under wraps” and therefore she could not reveal its name but come on guys, it’s gotta be Dance Moms Aus.
It’s unclear if Abby will be involved in a teacher capacity as she is with her US show or if she’s letting Nikki take the reins and will offer advice from behind-the-scenes.
Either way we’re stoked that the OG queen of fun has a hand in the show.