9:32 AM EDT 4/18/2017
Following Abby Lee Miller's resignation and holding her former show responsible for manipulating and using her, "Dance Moms" season 8 is now being put to question whether it will be pushed through or canceled. Apparently, before these instances has even happened, it was found that Miller's fraud case might have already placed "Dance Moms" in a blurry future. On the other hand, Kendall Vertes, an alleged former Junior Elite member was said to have already quit the Lifetime show even before "Dance Moms" season 7B finishes.
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According to 247 Techy, although Cheryl Burke has already filled in the place of Abby Lee Miller on "Dance Moms," it seemingly looks like that its still not enough to keep the show going. That said, Burke's presence is allegedly what have put the show to an even worse situation leading to its cancellation, making it a no-go for "Dance Moms" season 8 anymore. In addition, some of the show's spoilers claim that the Lifetime series has only two more episodes to film before it bids goodbye to its viewers.
Meanwhile, in one of the spoiler accounts from Instagram, a certain post highly emphasizes that it is not confirming the idea that the show's producers will be filming one more after it's alleged second-to-the-last episode. Furthermore, no confirmation has been made whether it also means that it's over for all the girls or if it just means that Kendall isn't returning for the last week of filming. Hence, if speculations are proven true, it really seems like there will no longer be any "Dance Moms" season 8 to be expected by the show's avid fans.
While "Dance Moms" season 8 is already likely to be canceled, Abby Lee Miller is reported to be doing a new show and continuously providing lessons at ALDC and allegedly welcoming back Kendall Vertes. Ultimately, with Vertes' Instagram posts being constantly shared by the TV host, a lot of fans are now wondering if the 14-year-old dancer is teasing her reunion with Abby Lee Miller and the Minis on ALDC.
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