Dance Moms Recap 4/14/15- Season 5, Ep. 15- Maddie vs. Kalani

By on April 14, 2015
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“Dance Moms” keeps reaching a new level of crazy every week and it always involves Abby Lee Miller. You can keep up with season five of “Dance Moms” right here. abbyBack in California, the ALDC hope for a more productive experience than the first time they went out to perform and compete. They lost at the competition and three dancers Nia, Kalani and JoJo went against Abby’s wishes and starred in a MattyB video. That caused a divide between the mothers and it is also hard because Maddie continues to be the golden child. She is the one going to the Grammy’s and performing in Sia’s videos and constantly doing interviews for all the top entertainment news shows. But now, it seems like Nia is being recognized more and it does not hurt that her mom Holly has connected her with singer Aubrey O’Day. That feels like a betrayal to Abby but everything does to her. The ALDC has also had to come face to face with Cathy and her Rotten Candy Apples. She has set up a team based off of Abby’s rejects so Abby takes credit for any win they may acquire.

Last week, Nia got a solo after Abby said that she would have to wait a super long time to get one. Along with Nia, Kendall had a solo and in a twist, Kendall won and as the award’s ceremony was going on, they played the single that she had recorded. Everyone wants to be a pop star like Mackenzie aka Mack Z. Tonight, the ALDC take on the Murrieta Dance Project, a team that beat them with a perfect score the last time they competed. At the same time, Abby gives solos to her two strongest dancers, Maddie and Kalani. Jill and Holly continue their battle when Nia is left out of a show business opportunity which puts a strain on the team members. Just what they needed when they are trying to master an edgy rose garden-themed routine. Keep reading to see who wins and who loses.

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