By Lloyd Nelson
Collins Avenue gives back ($$$) in a big way.
By Kate Mooney
The second season of Lifetime’s hit reality series “Dance Moms” closed with egocentric, domineering dance instructor Abby Lee Miller having a breakdown.
After months of showing favoritism, shushing dance moms and barking orders in her raspy, overused voice, Miller abandoned her kids in the middle of a New York dance competition and jetted home — a shocking cliffhanger that will keep fans panting until the show returns this summer.
By Jen Harper
How does your teaching style differ from Abby's?
I think the main difference between my teaching style and Abby's is I'm very hands on, and I think this can make my job a lot easier. Also, it's my philosophy to allow my students to find themselves as artists. They shouldn't be like each other; they should be unique.
The cast of American Stuffers was on the Rosie Show.
Sister 2 Sister asked Holly Frazier, the proud mother of dancer Nia, if what’s on TV is true to life. Is Abby Lee really that bad? What are her goals for her daughter, and what does she think when Abby tells her daughter, “Your mom doesn’t love you”?
Check it out.
By Barry Walsh
Prodcos that are no strangers to the Global 100 thanks to the consistent quality of their work, year after year. You’ll also see some first-time additions to the list, which we have identified with an asterisk (*). In both cases, these are companies that have proven themselves to be creative, trustworthy and inspiring producers to those who matter most – their colleagues in the industry, and viewers around the world.
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