Dance Moms S:7 | Ashlee’s Big Decision Part 2 E:22 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Karina Vargas and Nichola Flynn discuss episode 22.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Ashlee’s Big Decision Part 1 E:21 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tamra Brown, Karina Vargas, and Becca Brown discuss episodes 21.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Stamina, Stamina, Stamina E:20 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tamra Brown, Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Nichola Fynn discuss episodes 20 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | All Choked Up E:19 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tamra Brown and Karina Vargas discuss episodes 19 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Out With Abby, In With Chloe: Part 2 E:18 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Tamra Brown discuss episode 18 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Out With Abby, In With Chloe: Part 1 E:17 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Nichola Fynn discuss episode 17 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Judgement Day Approaches; Abbey Flies The Coop E15: & E:16 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Brooke Lacey, Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, Nichola Flynn, and Tamra Brown discuss episodes 15 & 16 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Same Old Frenemies Part 1 & 2 E13: & E:14 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Brooke Lacey, Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Pamela Gross discuss episodes 13 & 14 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | It’s Not Always Sunny It Pittsburgh E:12 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Pamela Gross, Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Brooke Lacey discuss episode 12 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Episode 11 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Pamela Gross discuss episode 11 of season 7 with Elliana and Yolanda Walmsley.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Episode 11 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Pamela Gross discuss episode 11 of season 7 with Elliana and Yolanda Walmsley.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Episode 10 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Karina Vargas and Pamela Gross discuss episode 10 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Episode 9 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Karina Vargas, Becca Brown, and Pamela Gross discuss episode 9 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Episode 8 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Becca Brown, Karina Vargas, and Pamela Gross discuss episode 8 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Episodes 4 – 7 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Becca Brown and Pamela Gross discuss episodes 4 – 7 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Return of the Rotten Tomatoes E:3 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Jennifer Leon, Becca Brown, and Pamela Gross discuss episode 3 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Abby’s Worst Nightmare E:2 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Jennifer Leon, Becca Brown and Pamela Gross discuss episode 2 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:7 | Fight for Your Life E:1 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Jennifer Leon and Becca Brown discuss episode 1 of season 7.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Two Teams, Two Studios Part 2 E:33 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Jennifer Leon and Pamela Gross discuss episode 33 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Two Teams, Two Studios Part 1 E:32 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Jennifer Leon, Becca Brown, and Pamela Gross discuss episode 32 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Gianna Martello Interview – Dance Moms Special | AfterBuzz TV

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Jennifer Leon interviews Gianna Martello.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like Ab-bee E:31 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Jennifer Leon and Becca Brown discuss episode 31 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | ALDC For Sale? E:30 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode host Jennifer Leon discusses episode 30 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Jojo Is A No Show E:29 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode host Jennifer Leon discusses episode 29 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Abby, You’re Fired! E:28 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode host Jennifer Leon discusses episode 28 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Mini Mayhem E:27 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode host Jennifer Leon discuss episode 27 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Mini Mayhem E:26 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode host Jennifer Leon discusses episode 26 of season 6.

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ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Return Of The Minis E:25 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode host Jennifer Leon discusses episode 25 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Nia and Kendall Face Off E:24 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Kalima Kam, Nikki Preston, and Jennifer Leon discuss episode 24 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Maddie & Mackenzie Say Goodbye E:21 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho and JJ Snyder discuss episode 21 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Girls Say Goodbye E:20 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho and JJ Snyder discuss episode 20 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Hello And Goodbye E:19 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings and Candice Camacho discuss episode 19 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | One Last Dance E:18 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings and Candice Camacho discuss episode 18 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Mini Madness E:17 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 17 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Mack Z vs. Abby Lee E:16 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho and JJ Snyder discuss episode 16 of season 6.

ABOUT DANCE MOMS:
Primarily set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and, since 2015 in Los Angeles, Dance Moms follows the Abby Lee Dance Company’s Junior Elite Competition Team of mostly preteen girls as they travel week-to-week to various dance competitions, winning awards and preparing for Nationals, while at the same time being prepared by Abby Lee Miller to be “professional, employable working dancers.” The series depicts the doting mothers as rivals of each other on behalf of their own daughters, often arguing with Miller and each other, and sometimes closing ranks against rival teams. Dance performances are creatively conceptualized by Miller and her dance instructors, with input from the show’s producers, while choreography is done by Miller, her staff, and occasionally a guest choreographer. Various rival dance teams spur the team’s competitiveness. The show’s success is often credited to the drama and conflict among Miller and the moms, along with the weekly dances and the close relationships among the girls as viewers watch them grow up and improve their skills.

The show features Miller as a strict dance team coach who, over the series, relies more and more on criticism, sometimes personal, to motivate the girls, with an emphasis on hard work and competition against teammates. Every week on the show, Miller uses a pyramid of individual headshots and gives feedback to each girl about their ranking, previous week’s performance, attitude, effort, and the behavior of the girl herself and her mother. Miller had never used a pyramid in her studio prior to Dance Moms, and when once asked about the it, Miller stated, “I’ve never done that in my life. That has nothing to do with me. That’s the show; they came up with that whole process.”

In season 5, Miller relocated the team to Los Angeles to help build her reputation on the west coast, and while the team continued weekly competitions, the focus has shifted somewhat to include preparation for acting and music business careers. In the season 5 reunion episode, first broadcast in August 18, 2015, Miller contemplated changes to the Junior elite competition team for season 6 as most of the girls are aging out of the junior category.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Melissa’s Announcement E:15 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho and JJ Snyder discuss episode 15 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Jo Jo Steals the Show Show E:14 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho and JJ Snyder discuss episode 14 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | ALDC Does Vegas E:13 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho and JJ Snyder discuss episode 13 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Brynn’s Big Moment E:12 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Briana Phipps and JJ Snyder discuss episode 12 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | The Maddie Rumor E:11 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings and Candice Camacho discuss episode 11 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Abby Lee Horror Story E:10 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 10 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Nia Saves the Day E:9 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings and JJ Snyder discuss episode 9 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Maddie Is Back E:8 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 8 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Debbie Allen to the Rescue E:7 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 7 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Abby’s New Favorites E:6 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings and Candice Camacho discuss episode 6 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Abby’s Replaceable E:5 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 5 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Now You See Abby, Now You Don’t E:4 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Vivian Adaobi, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 4 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Mini Dancers, Big Drama E:3 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Vivian Adaobi, Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 3 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:6 | Abby Vs. Melissa E:2 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Vivian Adaobi, Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 2 of season 6.

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Dance Moms S:6 | New Year, New Rules E:1 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Vivian Adaobi, Miaira Jennings, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 2 of season 6.

Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | City Of Angels E:32 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 32 of season 5 with special mystery guest Jeff Collins. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Chaos At Nationals E:31 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Candice Camacho, Tony Moore, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 31 of season 5 with special mystery guest caller. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Nia vs. Kalani … Winner Takes Al E:30 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 30 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Baby Dance Mama Drama E:29 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 29 of season 5 with special mystery guest caller. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Solo Battle: Round 1 E:28 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 28 of season 5 with special mystery guest caller. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Abby vs. Kiera… AGAIN E:27 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 27 of season 5 with special mystery guest caller. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Where In The World Is Abby Lee Miller E:26 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Candice Camacho, Christy Olson, Tony Moore, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 26 of season 5 with special mystery guest caller. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Abby VS Kira E:25 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 25 of season 5 with special mystery guest caller. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | West Coast Strikes E:24 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 24 of season 5 with special mystery guest caller. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Maddie vs. Mackenzie E:23 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, JJ Snyder, and Candice Camacho  discuss episode 23 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Live from LA It’s Kendall K E:22 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, JJ Snyder and Candice Camacho  discuss episode 22 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Dance Moms Down Under E:21 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore and Candice Camacho  discuss episode 21 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Austrailia Special Part 1 E:20 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, and Candice Camacho  discuss episode 20 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Seeing Stars E:19 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore, Vivian Adaobi, and Candice Camacho  discuss episode 19 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Showdown In Pittsburgh Part 2 E:18 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, JJ Snyder, and Candice Camacho  discuss episode 18 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Showdown In Pittsburgh Part 1 E:17 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, JJ Snyder, Tony Moore, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 17 of season 6 with special guests Nia Frazier and Holly Frazier. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Kendall Vertes Guests on Video Killed the ALDC Star E:16 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore, JJ Snyder, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 16 of season 6 with special guests Kendall Vertes, Jill Vertes, and producers of her music video. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Maddie vs Kalani E:15 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, JJ Snyder, and Tony Moore  discuss episode 15 of season 6. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Hollywood Round 2 E:14 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Tony Moore and JJ Snyder discuss episode 14 of season 6. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Mackenzie’s Time To Shine E:13 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Candice Camacho, Christy Olson, JJ Snyder, and Tony Moore and  discuss episode 13 of season 6. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Abby’s Trash, Cathy’s Treasure E:12 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, JJ Snyder, and Candice Camacho  discuss episode 12 of season 6. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Nia’s Last Chance E:11 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson andCandice Camacho  discuss episode 11 of season 6. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | The New Maddie E:10 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Candice Camacho, Eileen Reslen, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 9 of season 6. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | The Great Divide E:9 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Candice Camacho, and JJ Snyder discuss episode 8 of season 6. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Wild Wild West Coast Part 2 E:8 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson, Candice Camacho, and Tony Moore discuss episode 8 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Wild Wild West Coast Part 1 E:7 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Lexie Hammesfahr, Christy Olson, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 7 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Nia Risks It All E:6 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Lexie Hammesfahr, Christy Olson, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 6 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Hello Hollywood, Goodbye Abby E:5 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Christy Olson and Candice Camacho discuss episode 5 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Bye Bye Pittsburgh E:4 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Candice Camacho and Christy Olson discuss episode 4 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Abby Lee Miller Guests on Jojo With the Bow Bow E:3 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Lexie Hammesfahr and Tony Moore discuss episode 3 of season 5 alongside Abby Lee Miller and the girls from the show. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | Abby Got Served E:2 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Lexie Hammesfahr and Candice Camacho discuss episode 2 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:5 | 99 Problems But A Mom Ain’t One E:1 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Lexie Hammesfahr and Tony Moore discuss episode 1 of season 5. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Todrick Hall Guests on Playing Favorites E:32 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Francisco Thurston, Lexie Hammesfahr, Candice Camacho, and special guest Todrick Hall discuss episode 32. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Tiffany Tynes, Tahira West, Christi Lukasiak Guest on Hollywood Here We Come, Part 2 E:31 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore, Francisco Thurston, Lexie Hammesfahr, Candice Camacho, and special guests Tiffany Tynes and Tahira West and call-in guest Christi Lukasiak (Mom) discuss episode 31. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Hollywood Here We Come Part 1 E:30 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore, Francisco Thurston, Lexie Hammesfahr, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 30. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | 45 Second Solos E:29 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Francisco Thurston, Lexie Hammesfahr, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 29. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Another One Bites the Dust E:28 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore and Lexie Hammesfahr, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 28. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | The Understudies E:27 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore, Francisco Thurston, Lexie Hammesfahr, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 27. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | No More Crybabies E:26 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore and Candice Camacho discuss episode 26. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Chloe Gets Revenge E:25 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Candice Camacho and Lexie Hammesfahr discuss episode 25. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Abby-phobic E:24 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore, Francisco Thurston, Lexie Hammesfahr, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 24. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | 3 Soloists, One Star E:23 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Tony Moore, Lexie Hammesfahr, and Candice Camacho discuss episode 23. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Kiss or Get Off the Pot E:22 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Lexie Hammesfahr and Candice Camacho discuss episode 22. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Double the Moms, Double the Trouble E:21 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode hosts Stephanie McGrath and Candice Camacho discuss episode 21. Dance Moms, which reveals the world of competitive dance where overbearing mothers push their daughters to the brink while vicariously living out their own dreams through their young performers.

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Jeff Collins (Dance Moms) Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On

AFTERBUZZ TV — AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On edition, is a long form interview series featuring Actors and TV personalities discussing their roles and shows as well as their thoughts, passions and journeys. In this episode host Ashley Daniels interviews Jeff Collins.

Jeff runs Collins Ave Productions: CollinsAve primarily produces television content for networks in the US, including The CW Network, TLC, Lifetime, A&E, Country Music Television, Destination America, E!, Food Network, National Geographic Channel, Spike, WE tv, Vh1, and Animal Planet.

In January 2010, CollinsAve established an innovative partnership with Virgin America Airlines to create one of the first primetime network docuseries – Fly Girls. The series aired March 24, 2010 on the CW Television Network and follows five airline attendants throughout both their professional and personal lives working for the young, high quality airline started in 2007 by Sir Richard Branson.

In February 2011, TLC aired Outrageous Kid Parties. Outrageous Kid Parties follows parents who spend incredible amounts of money to throw over-the-top birthday celebrations for their young children.

On July 13th, 2011 Dance Moms premiered on Lifetime. Set in Pittsburgh’s renowned Abby Lee Dance Company, owned and operated by notoriously demanding and passionate instructor Abby Lee Miller, Dance Moms follows eight children’s early steps on the road to stardom with their doting mothers who are there for every rehearsal, performance and bow, all under the discerning eye of Miller.

Other shows Collins Avenue has produced include American Stuffers for Animal Planet, The Drama Queen for E!, Ice Moms, Dance Moms: Miami, Dance Moms Chatter, and Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition for Lifetime, American Colony: Meet the Hutterites, Mennonite Made, and Anger Management for National Geographic Channel, and Dance Showdown, Season 3 by D-Trix, broadcast via Youtube.

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Dance Moms S:4 | Seeing Red E:17 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Francisco Thurston breaks down the episode in which after a season full of fights, losses, and heartbreak, Abby and the moms gather to discuss the most memorable moments of the past year. Abby discusses the pain of losing her mother, while Kelly’s expulsion from the team is still fresh in Christi’s mind. Soon, old wounds are re-opened and everyone is “seeing red.” There to help Francisco is co-host Candice Camacho. It’s Dance Moms’ “Seeing Red” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Presenting My New Team E:16 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Abby shocks the dancers and their mothers when she presents her new junior elite competition team; the original dancers are pitted against new dancers. There to help Tony are co-hosts Candice Camacho, Stephanie McGrath, and Francisco Thurston. It’s Dance Moms’ “Presenting My New Team” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Lights! Camera! Dance! E:15 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Stephanie McGrath breaks down the episode in which Melissa lets the power go to her head when she exerts control over Mackenzie’s music-video shoot. Meanwhile, the dancers feel the pressure to continue winning after racking up 13 victories in a row. All of the dances are dedicated to Abby’s ailing mom. There to help Stephanie is co-host Candice Camacho. It’s Dance Moms’ “Lights! Camera! Dance!” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Family Comes First E:14 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which With her mother’s health declining, Abby leaves the girls and their mothers to fend for themselves at this week’s competition; the pending arrival of a new team looms over Abby’s original team. There to help Tony are co-hosts Candice Camacho, Stephanie McGrath, and Francisco Thurston. It’s Dance Moms’ “Family Comes First” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Decisions Decisions E:13 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Abby decides whether to make Kalani a member of the dance company. Meanwhile, Cathy takes over the reigns to choreograph her Candy Apples in hopes of finally beating Abby’s girls. There to help Tony are co-hosts Candice Camacho and Francisco Thurston. It’s Dance Moms’ “Decisions Decisions” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Sister Showdown E:12 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Payton struggles to perform a challenging number that could determine her future with the dance company. Meanwhile, Maddie and Mackenzie go head-to-head in competition; and Christi considers homeschooling Chloe. There to help Tony are co-hosts Stephanie McGrath, Candice Camacho, and Francisco Thurston. It’s Dance Moms’ “Sister Showdown” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Blame It On The New Girl E:11 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which a new girl tries out for Abby’s team; Cathy prepares her team to end Abby’s winning streak; Abby’s girls dance at a nursing home to cheer up Abby’s mother. There to help Tony are co-hosts Stephanie McGrath and Candice Camacho. It’s Dance Moms’ “Blame It On The New Girl” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | No Solo For You E:10 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Abby travels to New York; Kira wants Kalani to compete against Maddie this week; Abby gives a solo to Kendall. There to help Tony are co-hosts Stephanie McGrath, Candice Camacho, and Francisco Thurston. Also joining the conversation is special guest Todrick Hall (Broadway Star & YouTube Sensation). It’s Dance Moms’ “No Solo For You” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Melissa, Mackenzie, & Maddie Guest on Nothing’s Fair in Abbyville E:9 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Chloe and Kalani go head-to-head on the dance floor; Abby promises a starring role to the winner of an improvised dance off, but revokes this Kendall wins; Abby pushes MacKenzie’s pop career with a solo. There to help Tony is co-host Stephanie McGrath and Thurston. Also joining them are special guests Melissa (Dance Mom), Mackenzie (Dancer), and Maddie (Dancer) It’s Dance Moms’ “Nothing’s Fair in Abbyville” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Wingman Down E:8 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Christi isolates herself from the other moms now that Kelly and her daughters are no longer at the studio; Kira and her daughter Kalani test for a spot on Abby’s competition team; Holly worries that Nia won’t be prepared for her solo due to Abby’s inattentiveness. There to help Tony are co-hosts Francisco Thurston and Stephanie McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “Wingman Down” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Big Trouble in the Big Apple E:7 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Abby announces that she is putting together a new junior elite team; the Abby Lee Dance Company has two competitions in one week; Abby makes a bold decision that leads to a clash with Kelly. There to help Tony are co-hosts Francisco Thurston and Stephanie McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “Big Trouble in the Big Apple” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Clash of the Chloes E:6 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which the moms are shocked when Abby brings in a new dancer for a trial run on the competition team. Meanwhile, Christi becomes concerned that Abby will replace her daughter with the new girl; and Melissa feels that her girls are being overshadowed. There to help Tony are co-hosts Francisco Thurston and Stephanie McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “Clash of the Chloes” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | No One Is Safe E:5 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Holly worries about Nia’s featured role in the group dance. Meanwhile, Abby’s second open audition puts all of the moms and girls on edge; and Melissa is criticized by the other moms for choosing to home school Maddie and MacKenzie. There to help Tony are co-hosts Francisco Thurston, and Stephanie McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “No One Is Safe” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Chloe vs. Kendall: Round 2 E:4 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Cathy returns and is ready to beat Abby with a new team of boys. Abby gets nervous and pushes her team, especially Chloe and Kendall, who are dancing solos. Also: Another round of open auditions puts everyone on edge. There to help Tony are co-hosts Francisco Thurston, Annika Michelle, and Stephanie McGrath. Also joining the conversation is special guest Blake McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “Chloe vs. Kendall: Round 2″ podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Abby Strikes Back E:3 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which the Abby announces her first national open audition in Orlando; Jill accuses Christi of lying to help Chloe win; Brooke, Paige and Chloe are given a tricky trio to challenge Brooke’s pop star credentials. There to help Tony are co-hosts Francisco Thurston, Annika Michelle, and Stephanie McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “Abby Strikes Back” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Two Can Play This Game E:2 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Dance Moms. In this episode host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which the Abby Lee Dance Company competes against the Candy Apples for the first time since Nationals; Chloe and Kendall battle for the number two spot; Payton’s future with the team is called into question. There to help Tony are co-hosts Francisco Thurston, Annika Michelle, and Stephanie McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “Two Can Play This Game” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Welcome Back … Now Don’t Get Too Comfy E:1 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Abby announces that she will be holding open-call auditions for new dancers, and that no one’s position on the team is safe; singer Jana Kramer invites Brooke to sing with her on stage. There to help Tony is co-host Stephanie McGrath. It’s Dance Moms’ “Welcome Back … Now Don’t Get Too Comfy” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:4 | Interview With Abby Lee | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV — Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, hosts Tony Moore, Stephanie McGrath, and Jason Carter interview special guest Abby Lee Miller about season 4, Abby’s love life, the girls being homeschooler, the thought of retirement, and so much more! It’s Dance Moms’ “Interview With Abby Lee” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | On-Again, Off-Again Abby E:33 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which after missing the last competition, Abby returns to face the wrath of the mothers; Cathy sees an opportunity to get her team to number one. There to help Tony Moore is co-host Joanna Bouras. It’s Dance Mom’s “On-Again, Off-Again Abby” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Interview with Abby Lee Miller – August 14th, 2013 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, hosts Giselle Ugarte and Tony Moore interview Dance Moms’ very own Abby Lee Miller. It’s Dance Mom’s “Interview with Abby Lee Miller – August 14th, 2013” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Gone, Abby Gone E:32 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Kelly sneaks her children back into Abby Lee Dance Company; Brooke’s return threatens Payton’s position on the team; Maddie helps to make a girl’s dream come true. There to help Giselle is co-host Violet Kanian. It’s Dance Mom’s “Gone, Abby Gone” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | The Dancing Dead E:31 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Abby receives the remains of her beloved dog, Broadway Baby; Kelly secretly meets with the mothers; Maddie’s star continues to fall, while Nia’s is on the rise. There to help Tony is special call-in guest Abby Lee Miller. It’s Dance Moms’ “The Dancing Dead” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Clash Of The Dance Moms E:30 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Tony Moore breaks down the episode in which Abby gets a tip that her dancers will be competing against Cathy’s dancers, so she creates three new dances in order to win; Kelly, Brooke and Paige have not shown up; Abby punishes Maddie by taking away her solo. There to help Tony is co-host Cris Cangero. It’s Dance Moms’ “Clash Of The Dance Moms” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Recital Rebellion E:29 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Abby is nervous about the annual Abby Lee Dance Company recital; Kelly is upset when Abby assigns Paige the only new solo for the recital; the girls compete to appear on the cover of a dance magazine. There to help Giselle is co-host Jason Carter. It’s Dance Moms’s “Recital Rebellion” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Tap Versus Hip Hop E:28 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Abby returns from Hollywood to find that many of her dancers have been slacking; the mothers make a pact to turn down Abby’s invitation for their daughters to perform on national television; Abby pits Maddie against Chloe. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Tony Moore, and Tera Perez. It’s Dance Moms’s “Tap Versus Hip Hop” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Dance Moms Chatter Part 2 E:27 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Jason Carter breaks down the episode in which Moms Christi, Kelly and Patsy, along with celebrity blogger Nadine Rajabi and comedian Lisa Arch, discuss the series, dispel rumors and chat with fans. It’s Dance Moms’s “Dance Moms Chatter Part 2” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | No Room for Rotten Apples E:25 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which the Candy Apples feel pressure to secure a spot; Rick gets worried when Jalen is assigned his first contemporary solo; Cathy battles with Anthony for control of her studio. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Cris Cangero and special guests Gina Starbuck (AUDC Choreographer) and call-in guest Yvette (Hadley’s Mom). It’s Dance Moms’s “No Room for Rotten Apples” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | An Apple a Day Keeps Abby Away E:24 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Cathy recruits new dancers to rebuild her team. There to help Giselle is special guest Ricky Palomino (AUDC Choreographer).  It’s Dance Moms’s “An Apple a Day Keeps Abby Away” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Boy Crazy, Mom Crazy; Two Girls, One Solo E:21 & E:22 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which Abby plays matchmaker setting with Brooke with the Seniors. Meanwhile Christi and Kelly realize that their friendship will never be the same. Cathy prepares her dancers to bring on the Abby Lee Dance Company but discovers theres a rotten apple amongst the bunch. Abby decides to have Maddie and Chloe dance the exact same solo shocking the moms to see who really is the best dancer at the Abby Lee Dance Company. After last week’s big fight Christi and Kelly find that there friendship will never be the same again. Meanwhile, the theme of the group dance gives painful memories to Abby and the moms. There to help Giselle are Cris Cangero, Tony Moore, and Jason Carter. Also joining them is special guest Molly Long. It’s Dance Moms’s “Boy Crazy, Mom Crazy; Two Girls, One Solo” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Tell All, Part 2 E:20 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which Kristie Ray is quick to defend Abby; Melissa is annoyed by Jackie and her daughter; Abby battles with Cathy. There to help Giselle are Cris Cangero, Tony Moore, and Jason Carter.Also joining them is Blyss Ezell. It’s Dance Moms’s “Tell All, Part 2” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Tell All, Part 1 E:19 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which Abby Lee Miller and the mothers reminisce about season 3; Christi and Kelly discuss their friendship; the cast answers questions from the audience; the girls perform some of their dance routines. There to help Giselle are Cris Cangero and Jason Carter. It’s Dance Moms’s “Tell All, Part 1” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Candy Apple Showdown E:18 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which the third season ends with Abby’s girls competing against the Candy Apples in New York City. Later, Abby makes a surprising announcement that could forever change her dance company. There to help Giselle are special guests Gina Starbuck and special call-in guest Gina Torres (Zach’s Mom). It’s Dance Moms’s “Candy Apple Showdown” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | The View From the Top E:17 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Jason Carter breaks down the episode in which Abby is invited to co-host “The View”; the girls perform their national winning group dance; Cathy and Vivi hold open auditions for the Candy Apples team; Kelly and Christi take their daughters to meetings and casting calls. There to help Jason are co-hosts Cris Cangero and Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “The View From the Top” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | May I Have This Dance? E:16 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Jason Carter breaks down the episodes in which Abby makes an announcement; Mackenzie and Asia compete for a featured part in a televised performance; the mothers are furious that Maddie has been promoted to assistant choreographer; Nia struggles to keep up with Asia in a duet. There to help Jason are co-hosts Cris Cangero and Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “May I Have This Dance?” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | The Politics Of Dancing E:15 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes “The Politics Of Dancing” in which Maddie and Chloe compete head-to-head and learn the politics of dancing. There to help Giselle is co-host Cris Cangero. It’s Dance Moms’s “The Politics Of Dancing” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Watch Your Back, Mack E:14 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the “Watch Your Back, Mack” episodes in which a new dancer arrives, which makes Melissa and Mackenzie nervous. Meanwhile, Abby visits a taxidermist; and Cathy hires one of Abby’s friends to choreograph a dance for an upcoming competition. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Starr Session, and Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “Watch Your Back, Mack” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | She’s a Maniac E:13 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Jason Carter breaks down the episodes in which the girls struggle with Kelly is upset when Abby pulls Brooke from this week’s competition; Abby invites Broadway star Rachelle Rak to choreograph a group number. There to help Jason are co-hosts Starr Session and Tony Moore. Also joining the convo is special guest Ricky Jackson. It’s Dance Moms’s “She’s a Maniac” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | The Apple of Her Eye E:12 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which the girls struggle with the girls prepare for a group number that is a tribute to Rosa Parks; the team competes against Cathy’s Apple Core; Mackenzie becomes an Internet sensation with makeup tutorials. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, and Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “The Apple of Her Eye” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Camouflaged Maneuvers E:11 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which the girls struggle with a military-inspired group dance; Abby and the mothers are suspicious of Mackenzie’s sudden foot injury; Cathy brings in a secret weapon to extend her winning streak. In this special two-hour episode the girls struggle to get Abby’s military-inspired group dance ready for the competition. Meanwhile, the moms are delighted to find out that Abby has a date with a mysterious man. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, and Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “Camouflaged Maneuvers” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | All’s Fair in Love and War E:10 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which the moms take Abby speed dating to see if she can find love and in turn be nicer to the girls. Later, the dancers visit New Jersey and perform a love-theme number. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Tony Moore, and Cris Cangero. It’s Dance Moms’s “All’s Fair in Love and War” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Bye Bye Baby E:9 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Broadway Baby, Abby’s dog, dies while Abby is away. This week, Abby is very sad and emotional. Abby mourns over the loss of her dog. Abby gives Nia and Maddie a solo. Nia’s solo is entitled Breaking My Heart. Maddie’s solo is entitled Showing You My Heart. Abby leaves the studio for a couple of days, because she says it reminds her of Broadway Baby. The moms go behind Abby’s back to choreograph a new group dance in tribute to Broadway Baby entitled Beautiful Day. Abby believe that is offensive and makes the girls improv. Nicaya and Black Patsy appear at the competition this week in St. Louis, Missouri. Nicaya’s solo is entitled Get Back Up. Black Patsy walks into the hallway and starts to call Kendall and all of the girls bad names, and she says they stink. Her behavior gets her and Nicaya disqualified for her language. Nia wins best costume, and Abby is dishing her costume before she goes on because she believe it stinks. Holly did Nia’s costume. The group gets mad at Melissa after Maddie’s solo because they were tributing Beautiful Day as a group to Broadway Baby, but Melissa made Maddie dedicate her solo. Kelly and Christi make up and become best friends again. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Tony Moore, and Chris Cangero. It’s Dance Moms’s “Bye Bye Baby” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | You’ve Been Unfriended E:8 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Jason Carter breaks down the episode in which Christi and Chloe return to the studio; Melissa tries to take advantage of the situation when Christi and Kelly bicker; Nia is determined to perform a duet that was previously pulled by Abby. There to help Jason is co-host Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “You’ve Been Unfriended” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Rotten to the Core E:7 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which Abby suspends Christi and Chloe, keeping Chloe from competing against Cathy’s new all-boy team; Nia and Holly must deal with a painful medical condition; Sophia returns. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter and Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “Rotten to the Core” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Boys Are Cuties, Girls Have Cooties E:6 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which Jill tries to become Abby’s new favorite; Cathy returns to compete. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter and Tony Moore. Also joining the conversation is special call-in guest Zack (Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition). It’s Dance Moms’s “Boys Are Cuties, Girls Have Cooties” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Revenge of the Replacements E:5 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Jason Carter breaks down the episodes in which Melissa tries to get Maddie back in favor with Abby; Mackenzie struggles with her new role; the dancers compete against the girls who replaced them during the mother’s protest. There to help Jason is co-host Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “Revenge of the Replacements” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | Liar Liar Dance Mom on Fire! E:4 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the “Liar Liar Dance Mom on Fire!” episodes in which Melissa begins to feel like Sophia is stealing Maddie’s spotlight; Abby assigns Maddie and Kendall a duet; Abby bans Brooke from the competition and gives Paige a solo. There to help Giselle are special guest co-hosts Ricky Palomino (AUDC’s Choreographer) and Nick Anthony (Season 3 Choreographer). Also joining the conversation are special call-in guests Cindy & Lizz Rohm. It’s Dance Moms’s “Liar Liar Dance Mom on Fire!” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | But I m a National Champion! E:3 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the “But I m a National Champion!” episode in which the moms and girls return to the team following their protest, but Abby keeps one of the replacement dancers in the group. There to help Giselle is co-host Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “But I m a National Champion!” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:3 | The Beginning of the End E:1 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode “The Beginning of the End” in which a new dancer and mom join the group, much to everyone’s dismay. Later, the girls compete in Denver. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter and Tony Moore. Also joining the conversation is special guest Yvette (Hadley’s Mom). It’s Dance Moms’s “The Beginning of the End ” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | Reunion Part 2 E:28 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Abby and the moms reunite to discuss the season. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter and special guest Actor/Host Tony Moore. It’s Dance Moms’s “Reunion part 2” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | Reunion E:27 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Abby and the moms reunite to discuss the season. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Ryan Allen Carrillo, and Brooke Poppinga. Also joining the conversation is special guest professional dancer, Cris Cangero. It’s Dance Moms’s “Reunion” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | Nationals 90210 E:26 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episodes in which the second season concludes with the dancers competing for a national title in Beverly Hills, but the team is shaken when Abby forces Chloe, Kendall and Nia to vie for one solo spot. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Ryan Allen Carrillo, Brooke Poppinga, and special guests professional dancer, Cris Cangero, and Director/Choreographer Brian Friedman. It’s Dance Moms’s “Nationals 90210” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | Solo Fever E:25 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which with Nationals next week, Abby must decide who will be dancing. To help make her decision, Abby assigns each girl, except Maddie, a solo and warns that she will be watching their performance like a hawk. After several weeks of not being in the spotlight, Maddie must prove to Abby that she still has the ambition to take on a solo. Also Paige’s injured foot could cost her a spot at Nationals. Meanwhile, the Dance Moms take advantage of being in California this week. Melissa tries to sign her daughters with an agency and Kelly helps Brooke with her singing career. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Ryan Allen Carrillo, and special guests musician Sean V. and call-in Dance Moms Producer/Choreographer Mitchell A. Finke. It’s Dance Moms’s “Solo Fever” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | New Girl In Town E:24 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which a new dance mom and her daughter arrive; Paige gets her doctor’s approval to dance in a competition. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Ryan Allen Carrillo, Brooke Poppinga, and special guest Samuel Garfield. It’s Dance Moms’ “New Girl In Town” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | The Recital to End All Recitals E:23 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Jason Carter breaks down the episode in which Abby challenges her brood to perform a new style of dance at the annual recital, shaking up the dancers and their moms. Cathy and the Candy Apples only add to the tension when they show up to the recital. There to help Jason are co-hosts Ryan Allen Carrillo and Brooke Poppinga. It’s Dance Moms’s “The Recital to End All Recitals” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | Revenge of the Candy Apples E:22 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Cathy is out for revenge when she learns Jill and Kendal have left her company. Meanwhile, Chloe feels the pressure to win the solo category after Maddie turns down a solo. There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter and Brooke Poppinga. It’s Dance Moms’s “Revenge of the Candy Apples” podcast!

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Dance Moms S:2 | Break A Leg E:21 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow

AFTERBUZZ TV – Dance Moms edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. In this show, host Giselle Ugarte breaks down the episode in which Paige suffers a broken foot, and Jill seizes the opportunity to get Kendall as Paige’s replacement. Meanwhile, Maddie shoots her guest role on “Drop Dead Diva.” There to help Giselle are co-hosts Jason Carter, Ryan Allen Carrillo, Brooke Poppinga, and special guest Christina Cha from Survivor One World. It’s Dance Moms’s “Break A Leg” podcast!

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