"The Fresno Curse" might have ended when the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) won a number of awards at Sheer Talent in Fresno, California, in October last year. However, when a show is titled "Dance Moms," viewers should expect a lot of drama involving the mothers of the dancers. In "Dance Moms" season 7 episode 7, Yolanda Walmsley drew the ire of the other moms, but their piercing glares are going to be on someone else's back in next week's episode.
The official synopsis for "Dance Moms" season 7 episode 8 has revealed that the mothers are going to get a little frustrated when they learn that Brynn Rumfallo has been given a special part in a dance number they will perform on the Fierce National Dance Competition in Phoenix, Arizona.
The episode might not have aired yet, but some fans have already seen the group perform live on Oct. 29, and they were kind enough to share some details.
According to the synopsis, Abby Lee Miller is going to bring the girls to a cemetery to draw inspiration for their graveyard-themed routine. Apparently, the dance number is called "Six Feet Underneath," and it is based on grave diggers. Here's a look at the routine performed by Rumfallo, Camryn Bridges, Kalani Hilliker, Kendall Vertes, and Nia Frazier.
The team did a good job because they topped in the Teen Group division. They also ranked first overall.
Meanwhile, Elliana Walmsley and Lilliana Ketchman were given head-to-head solos this week. Fans who have seen the show said Lilliana performed an acrobatic routine for "Dainty but Dangerous," while Elliana performed a jazz routine for "Charlie." Lilliana won first place in mini solo and she also won first place overall, while Elliana won second place in mini solo and fifth overall.
The girls did well and after the competition, they allegedly went golfing to help them unwind. They also had a Halloween party.
"Dance Moms" season 7 episode 8 is scheduled to air on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 9 p.m. EST on Lifetime.