If you think merely the amount of crowns a child has is equivalent to how hard they work:
I love Maddie and Chloe, but Nia is the only child on that team that had to relearn basic steps like walking and running before even thinking about dancing at the age of eight. If you don’t think her learning to walk and run and then dance in the span of two years before starring on Dance Moms is a sign of her hard work, then you can refer to that gif up there one more time. Or ten more times.
"Y’know Abby didn’t say "Chloe, you were fabulous." She didn’t say like ‘Oh way to go, that was amazing.’ It was all about Maddie. It’s amazing to me, it’s amazing."
she looks so hurt :(
i was talking to one of my friends who’s an exchange student and he explained to me that in spanish the word ‘sacapuntas’ means pencil sharpener but ‘sacaputas’ means take out the bitches so long story short i really like spanish
If you don’t think the fact that little girls (ranging from 9-16) having anxiety attacks/emotional trauma because of their dance teacher and middle aged men using them to get ratings for a TV show and money, then I just don’t know what to say to you.
idk if anyone’s picked up on it yet but after kelly hits abby chloe is in the background clinging to christi and if that isnt just the saddest thing