Abby Lee Miller’s new actuality show may not see the sunshine of day following accusations of previous racist remarks.
“We presently don’t have plans to air the Abby’s Digital Dance Off,” Lifetime — the network behind the sequence — instructed Fox Information on Friday.
Per Entertainment Weekly, which first reported the information, the show was supposed to air over the summer season. As well as, Miller reportedly will not be showing in “Dance Moms” ought to the show be renewed for Season 9.
ABBY LEE MILLER ISSUES APOLOGY AFTER ‘DANCE MOMS’ CO-STAR ACCUSED HER OF MAKING RACIST REMARKS
On Thursday, Miller issued an apology after a former “Dance Moms” co-star accused her of creating racist remarks.
The tv character took to Instagram to make a heartfelt apology in response to younger dancer Kamryn Smith’s mom, Adriana Smith, who shared her damaging experiences of working with Miller throughout Season eight of the show.
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“I genuinely understand and deeply regret how my words have effected [sic] and hurt those around me in the past, particularly those in the Black community. To Kamryn, Adriana, and anyone else I’ve hurt, I am truly sorry,” Miller wrote on Thursday.
“I realize that racism can come not just from hate, but also from ignorance,” Miller continued. “No matter the cause, it is harmful, and it is my fault. While I cannot change the past or remove the harm I have done, I promise to educate myself, learn, grow, and do better. While I hope to one day earn your forgiveness, I recognize that words alone are not enough. I understand it takes time and genuine change.”
Miller’s apology got here a few days after Smith known as her out in a prolonged Instagram put up of her personal. She accused Miller of creating prejudiced remarks, resembling hinting that she was “really” on the show as a result of she was black.
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In accordance to an outline of “Abby’s Virtual Dance Off” on Lifetime’s website, the show was set to observe Miller as she searched “for some of the most talented dancers across the country.”
Fox Information’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report