6:14 AM EDT 4/19/2017
Chloe Lukasiak has always been living the shadows of Maddie Ziegler in "Dance Moms," at least that's what Abby Lee Miller made it look like. But after leaving the hit Lifetimes show in season 4, the "Center Stage: On Pointe" star found instant fame and success. Did the positive outcome of Chloe Lukasiak's career outside "Dance Moms" encourage Maddie Ziegler to leave as well?
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Even though Abby Lee Miller gave all of her time and praises to Maddie Ziegler, "The Book of Henry" actress and her younger sister, Mackenzie Ziegler, left "Dance Moms" to seek better opportunities outside the Lifetime show. Although Abby Lee Miller put Maddie Ziegler's name on the map, and vice versa, their teacher-student relationship finally ended when the 14-year-old dancer, actress, and model decided to expand her brand outside the popular reality dance television series.
While Maddie Ziegler's departure had nothing to do with Chloe Lukasiak's exit, many wondered if the latter's success pushed the "Ballerina" star to start a solo career. However, Maddie Ziegler and the rest of the "Dance Moms" girls have already been doing individual projects for quite a long time. They may be a part of Abby Lee Miller's Junior Elite Competition Team, but they are still considered as solo artists.
Maddie Ziegler became an overnight sensation when she performed in Sia's "Chandelier" music video. While the former "Dance Moms" star has always dominated the dance competitions, her multiple team-up with the Australian singer catapulted her to stardom.
At a young age, Maddie Ziegler has already accomplished a lot. But with her talent, hard work, and overflowing opportunities, it is safe to say that the former "Dance Moms" star is not ready to slow down anytime soon. Despite the show being her stepping stone for achieving her current success, "The Book of Henry" actress noted that she is definitely done with the show and she will never go back.
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