She's the fiesty host of Lifetime's hit show, Dance Moms.
Dance Coach Abby Lee Miller is out to turn kids as young as eight-years-old into professional dancers.
"I'm not here to make friends, I'm here to make stars!" Miller declaires in this season of the show.
Season Two premieres Tuesday night and follows Miller as she gives her own brand of tough love to kids at her dance studio in Pittsburgh.
Holly Frazier, mom of cast member Abby, was shocked by one exchange.
"The kid needs somebody, she's not that swift!" Miller told Frazier.
Frazier responded, "How dare you!"
"That was one of Abby's most outragious moments. I was horrified and it hit me in the gut," Frazier told INSIDE EDITION.
As for her daughter, Mia, Holly said she can handle the tough talk.
But Miller was unapologetic as she stopped by INSIDE EDITION saying, "None of the kids are that swift."
But how far is too far? Some are comparing Dance Moms to the over-the-top moms on Toddlers and Tiaras.
INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander asked Miller, "What do you say to those people that say you go too far? Your just plain mean to these kids?"
"I go home and sleep at night. There is nothing I have ever said that I regret," said Miller.
Miller's tactics may be rough, but something sure is working.