- Abby Lee Miller's newest promo for Dance Moms: Resurrection features a very out-there photo.
- In the picture, Abby Lee is perched on an Iron Throne of her own dancers. (Yes, really.)
- Abby Lee is back on Dance Moms now that she's in remission for Burkitt lymphoma, a rare type of cancer, but she still uses a wheelchair.
Turns out, popular culture isn't lost on Abby Lee-her newest promotion for Dance Moms: Resurrection centers on a poster that looks seriously similar to another super-popular TV show: Game of Thrones (yep, seriously).
The poster features Abby (naturally), perched on a chair dressed as a queen. Like, shes wearing a crown, holding a scepter-the works. Heres where it gets super amazing: Shes actually sitting on an Iron Throne made of dancers, clad in grey. Do they all look a little miserable? Yes. It is downright incredible? Also yes.
View this post on Instagram ALERT: Abby is BACK! Watch the new season of #DanceMoms at myLifetime.com or in the Lifetime app! http://bit.ly/2IeuFap . . . . . #dance #dancing #lifetime #tv #aldc A post shared by Dance Moms (@dancemomstv) on Jun 12, 2019 at 8:00am PDT
Season eight of Dance Moms: Resurrection debuted on June 4 with two episodes, and a third aired on Tuesday night. So far, weve seen Abby return to the competitive dance scene in Pittsburgh and assemble a new team of seven dancers. Weve also seen her assign solos (and all the drama that comes with it) and deal with an injured dancer.
While Abby was recently declared in remission from a rare and aggressive form of Burkitt lymphoma (a cancer of the body's white blood cells), had several spinal surgeries, underwent 10 rounds of chemotherapy, and is in a wheelchair, she isnt holding back on her typical fire and fury method of dealing with kids. Shes throwing out typical ALM phrases like "Well, that was a mess," "Not good enough," and of course, "Everyone's replaceable." Yikes. But also, good for you, girl.
Don't expect Abby to be passive when it comes to her health, either. She recently shared in an interview with People Now that she plans to be walking again soon . "I've had two different therapists say there's no doubt," she said. Abby is set to have knee replacement surgery in July, and plans "to be walking by September," she said.