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‘Dance Moms’ meets ‘Dancing With the Stars’? Abby Lee Miller is ‘DWTS’ judge

Abby Lee Miller is guest judge on Dancing With the Stars
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Abby Lee Miller won’t be yelling at dance students on Monday and there probably won’t be any parents of celebrities looking to make trouble and carry on about how unfair the competition is to their kids. However, that doesn't mean there won't be an interesting twist to offer when the “Dance Moms” star takes the stage in Hollywood at “Dancing With the Stars.” The star is looking to spread her dancing knowledge as a guest judge on the popular ABC show. According to OK Magazine on Saturday, Abby Lee Miller assumes she will be a lot harder to impress than the regular judges in the competition.

Abby Lee Miller has already offered up her favorite competitor sharing that she feels that Meryl Davis is “exquisite” in her dance. If viewers are wondering if Miller can be fair, then the history of the professional dancers is where everyone should watch closely. Mark Ballas and Derek Hough have spoken out about Abby’s show and many fans wonder if the judge can be impartial judging their celebrity partners.

Offering up different guest judges during the reality show competition has been interesting, but the crossover of Abby Lee Miller on “Dancing With the Stars” has to be the most bizarre for Hollywood. Known for her screaming antics and over the top attitude, the choice of Miller to judge has plenty of people perplexed, especially since “Dance Moms” has many viewers furious over the alleged bullying tactics used by the teacher.

While Abby Lee Miller might get results on her show for being dramatic, the fans of “Dancing With the Stars” are wondering how she might work on the live show. There is no doubt her presence on stage is going to have people talking by the end of the show. It’s going to be interesting to see if the star can offer constructive feedback without going overboard.

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Monday on ABC.

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