Dance Moms in Australia Two Part Special!

It's the episodes you've all been waiting for - the Dance Moms in Australia two-part special starts June 22 on LifeStyle YOU!

She came, she saw, she conquered! Don't miss our Aus-Travaganza specials when Abby Lee and the girls came down under and ruffled some feathers here in Australia. 

Abby is on the hunt for the next Maddie and she thinks Australia has what it takes to find her!!  See all the drama and talent unfold... 

Part 1 -

The ALDC is headed to Australia to perform at the ASTRA Awards, but when Abby loses her passport, she leaves the entire team stranded in Sydney without her. Meanwhile, Jess confronts the moms over a viral video of some of the girls making fun of JoJo. As Abby scrambles to replace her passport, Maddie is asked to go in her place to an interview, which causes her to miss a crucial rehearsal. Later, turmoil erupts at the ASTRA Awards.

Part 2 - 

Jealousy and competition threaten the ALDC as the team is divided into two factions when Abby excludes Nia and JoJo from the rest of the planned events in Australia. Kendall, Kalani, Maddie and Mackenzie have to learn a new routine to perform at a private fan event, while Holly brings in Mikey Minden to help Nia prepare to perform her single for the first time live. Holly makes it clear that, if the moms don’t show up for Nia’s performance, it could be the end of the ALDC as we know it.

Dance Moms in Australia starts Monday June 22nd at 8.30pm on LifeStyle YOU. 

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Posted by Rebecca2526Report
Sounds great! I can't wait. Dance Moms is so cool to watch. I like the competitiveness and the drama it's great.