The upcoming season of "Dance Moms" is on its way, which will bring back the young dancers and their mothers to the small screens.
The premiere of "Dance Moms" season 6 is expected to bring more drama to excite the fans. It was revealed that coach Abby Lee Miller will be making a big announcement to the team.
Titled "New Season, New Rules," the upcoming episode is expected to bring a new future for the group. The synopsis reads, "It's the ALDC's first week of the competition season and Abby starts it off with a bang — a big announcement that will change the future of the team."
In addition, the group will be welcoming new members, as well as familiar faces. It seems as though Brynn Rumfallo will be joining the group, which will upset some of the other members. However, it was stated that their need for a new member was because of Maddie Ziegler's absence.
The star of the reality series, Maddie Ziegler, had been offered a role in an upcoming film titled "The Book of Henry," which was filmed in New York last year. With that, she was not able to appear in several competitions. With that, Miller took in Brynn as Maddie's replacement.
Ziegler has received much success after her debut on the reality series. She was well known for her dance in Sia's "Chandelier" music video. She recently spoke to Seventeen magazine about how she is coping with her newfound fame. She stated, "Put your heart out on a platter and let people stab it. I know it sounds really intense, but it's pretty much saying, 'Don't be afraid to put yourself out there."
Fans will be able to see Ziegler back on the show later into the season.
"Dance Moms" season 6 airs on Lifetime every Tuesday.