Lifetime Axes Abby Lee Miller Show After ‘Dance Moms’ Star Blasts Her For Allegedly Being A Racist
Abby Lee Miller’s alleged racism is going to cost her a new series on Lifetime.
The controversial “Dance Moms” star landed a new show, “Dance Moms: Abby’s Virtual Dance Off,” recently. It was supposed to feature 12 episodes and show dancers around the U.S. showcasing their top moves virtually amid the national quarantine.
It was scheduled to make its debut this summer, but Lifetime has decided not to move forward after “Dance Moms” star Adriana Smith accused her of racism. Adriana Smith’s daughter, Kamryn Smith, was featured in season 8.
Abby Lee Miller also won’t be coming back to that show if it gets the green light for season 9.
Adriana Smith’s accusations came after Abby Lee Miller appeared to support protesters on #BlackoutTuesday via Instagram amid the national protests and civil unrest after the death of George Floyd. She has since deleted the post, but not before Adriana Smith responded with a post on her own page, calling out Miller.
Miller responded with an apology on Instagram.
Still, Adriana made it clear she didn’t accept the apology.
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