Abby Lee Miller Is Back, Tells Andy Cohen To ‘Call Her’

Abby Lee Miller from YouTube

Abby Miller is back in the spotlight and ready for action and drama. Dance Moms ended back in 2019, but Abby is ready for a brand new adventure. She just may need a little help getting there first.

The infamous Dance Moms coach would love to be part of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. All she is waiting on is a phone call from Andy Cohen. Keep reading to see what Abby Lee Miller had to say.

Abby Lee Miller wants to make a comeback on television

Many of Abby’s followers thought she might actually be joining the cast soon. She uploaded a video to her YouTube channel entitled, “Joining The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” However, it seems she just came up with that title to grab her audience’s attention. No one has made her any official offers yet.

Abby Lee Miller from YouTube
Abby Lee Miller/YouTube

The former Dance Moms star isn’t even married, but that isn’t stopping her from wanting to be one of the Housewives.

“Andy Cohen, call me. You have my number. I’ve sat on your couch before,” she begged in the video. “I am ready to sign on the dotted line, especially if this comes with a husband.”

And then in true Abby Lee Miller fashion, she put the RHOBH castmates on a pyramid with herself on the very top.

Abby Lee Miller from YouTube
Abby Lee Miller/YouTube

Will Andy Cohen give the former Lifetime star a spot on the show after the video? No one can say for sure, but it’s probably safe to say that RHOBH fans shouldn’t expect to see Abby Lee Miller on the show anytime soon.

Check out Abby’s plea to be cast on the show here:

The dance instructor isn’t on the best of terms with all her former students

Dance Moms fans are very familiar with how Abby Lee Miller treated the girls at her studio. She recently reunited with JoJo Siwa at the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series premiere. It seems like the former instructor and JoJo are on decent terms, but the same definitely can’t be said for all of her former students.

Many former members of the Abby Lee Dance Company went on to have very successful careers, including Maddie Ziegler. But Abby seems to take it personally when they don’t credit her with their success.

“I don’t know how you don’t give credit to someone,” the 56-year-old said in an interview earlier this year. “They all, all of them, all the kids, all the moms, act as if I had nothing to do with the show nor my studio… And the kids block it out and they forget. And, ‘oh, it was toxic, blah blah blah… You remember those bags of money you were bringing home? Yeah. I’ll remind you of what it was.”

Would you want to see Abby Lee Miller in future episodes of RHOBH? Be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments and stay tuned for more!


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