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‘Dance Moms’: Abby Lee Miller pulls Nia Frazier from dance in temporary decision

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The Dance Moms fans have been worried all week about Nia Frazier, the daughter of Holly Frazier, as she is highlighted on the upcoming episode of the reality show. The dancer has found herself in the middle of an executive decision by Abby Lee Miller and the 12-year-old dancer is removed from the dance troupe for the week. According to Celeb Baby Laundry on Monday, the decision has everyone concerned as the young faces are changing on the show.

Not to worry Dance Mom fans, the decision in the episode Family Comes First is absolutely temporary. The Abby Lee Dance Company isn't making a dramatic casting shakeup and the permanent undertones seen on the Lifetime commercials are just to hype the show.

This week on Dance Mom’s Nia’s teammates seem to share the spotlight. Kalani Hilliker, Chloe Lukasiak, Kendall Vertes and Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler all seem to dance well without Nia, but they don’t look particularly worried about the decision their dance instructor has made either. Which might have some fans questioning just how serious the decision was in the first place.

The facial expressions of Nia’s mom, Holly Frazier, offers up an impulsive statement that will later be reconsidered. And that’s a good thing as there is more for Nia to come. In fact the star does sit out of the dance, but in the weeks to follow the star is offered an interesting opportunity to do a solo in an upcoming episode. The competition offers up a shake up for all to see on Tuesday night and that means Nia will need to wait a while before getting the spotlight all to herself.

Dance Moms is on Lifetime airing Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET.

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