Dance Moms

Abby Lee Miller returning for Dance Moms Season 8

Abby Lee Miller returns for Dance Moms Season 8, currently casting dancers REPORT

Notorious Dance Moms instructor Abby Lee Miller announced last March that she was quitting the show as she called out producers for making her feel manipulated disrespected and used — all while her sentencing loomed for bankruptcy and fraud convictions. Perhaps the show was willing to bring on a new production staff, because Abby Lee Miller will reportedly be back for Dance Moms Season 8!

Abby Lee Miller shares message and photo from hospital after cancer diagnosis

Former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller revealed earlier this week that she has been preliminarily diagnosed with cancer in the form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after a surgical procedure to treat what doctors thought was a spinal infection. Abby is still in the hospital recovering from the four-hour surgery and moments ago shared a dramatic photo along with an appreciative and optimistic message.

Abby Lee Miller diagnosed with cancer after emergency operation

Tuesday Abby Lee Miller underwent emergency surgery to treat what doctors at the time thought was an infection. Now her doctor confirms that preliminary results reveal the Dance Moms star’s life-threatening symptoms are a result of cancer. Dr. Hooman M. Melamed confirmed to People that Miller has non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

PHOTOS Abby Lee Miller out of prison enjoying a pedicure and manicure

Former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller was released from prison on Tuesday and will spend the remainder of her 366-day sentence living at a halfway house in the Los Angeles area. On her second day as a free woman once again, Abby and a paparazzi entourage took a trip to a nail salon so she could get a much needed manicure and pedicure — because everybody knows how hard prison life can be on the nails!

DANCE MOMS Abby Lee Miller released from prison early (and late)

Dance Moms matriarch Abby Lee Miller was scheduled to be released from prison back in February, but a bureaucratic crackdown on halfway house overcrowding prevented that from happening — something Abby didn’t find out until the day she was scheduled to get out. After much delay, Abby finally did get her early release as she reportedly left Victorville Federal Correctional Institution in California on Tuesday, March 27.

VIDEO Abby Lee Miller ate macaroni & cheese on her way to prison

Abby Lee Miller prison surrender macaroni and cheese

Tonight, Lifetime aired the much-anticipated special Dance Moms: Abby Tells All documenting Abby Lee Miller’s life and thoughts leading up to the beginning of her one-year prison stint for fraud. The network released a preview clip earlier today in which you can see her final moments as a free woman — in which Abby gets emotional and tearful as she eats a bowl of macaroni and cheese on her way to prison.