Ex-'Dance Moms' Star Reacts to Announcement That Cheryl Burke of 'DWTS' Is Replacing Her
Some of Abby Lee Miller's high-profile students have left her studio.
There are new developments in the Abby Lee Miller saga following her sudden departure from Dance Moms as she’s reportedly been replaced by Dancing with the Stars pro Cheryl Burke.
"I am so happy that somebody else is going to get the experience to of working with these a**holes," an animated Miller told Inside Edition exclusively.
Burke reportedly joins the Lifetime reality show following Miller's sudden announcement on Instagram Monday that she was quitting amid a feud with the show’s producers.
Miller indicated that Burke will be a good fit on the show.
"She is skinny, she is hot," she said. "I'm sure they are going to fawn all over her."
When asked whether Burke may be a little too sweet for the job, Miller — known for her over-the-top style of instruction — said: “I think she is tough enough, but in a different way."
She added: “I think she's been in this business for a long time. She has a lot of experience.”
Miller pleaded guilty in June to hiding nearly $775,000 from a bankruptcy court. She faces up to 30 months behind bars when she is sentenced in May.
"Why would you quit the show when you're weeks away from finding out if you are going to prison?" Inside Edition's Jim Moret asked Miller.
"Satan," Miller replied. It's her nickname for the Dance Moms producer she feuded with most.
"I'm part of the reason he gets a paycheck," Miller told Inside Edition as tears welled up in her eyes. "I don't want to make him one more dime. I don't want to make them any more dime!"
Miller had her last shoot with Dance Moms, she is calling it her "exit interview," on Wednesday.
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