DANCE Moms star Abby Lee Miller busted out the sass as she hailed herself the “boss lady” while performing a new routine.
The TV personality, 56, has been confined to a wheelchair since her cancer battle back in 2018 which left her paraplegic.
Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller took to Instagram to reveal her latest routineCredit: Instagram/@therealabbylee
The reality TV star, 56, has been wheelchair bound since 2018Credit: Instagram/@therealabbylee
Yet this hasn’t stopped her choreography and Abby was assisted by her walker as she showcased some fresh moves on Instagram.
She certainly looked the part, in a mint green trilby hat and matching hoodie emblazoned with the logo of her dance company.
Abby began the video with her head down and raising her hands in the air.
She the looked straight down the camera lens as she continued the boogie, before announcing: “There’s only one boss lady – and it’s me.
“Thank you for watching.”
In her image caption, she continued: “There’s only one #BossLady 💯 thank you all for watching!”
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One fan quickly celebrated: “YESSSS! Also where do I get that hoodie 😫.”
Another posted: “Swaggy 🙌👏🔥❤️” as a third added: “Absolutely BOSS LADY 😍❤️”
Abby’s routine to track We On Top came after a tricky time for the star last month, when she sued a hotel she had stayed at.
Abby recently claimed a hefty hotel door pinned her wheelchair when in her hotel room.
The alleged incident occurred while the TV star was staying at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Santa Monica back in August 2020.
Abby has now filed a lawsuit for the physical and emotional damages she endured, according to TMZ.
The Lifetime alum is reportedly suing the hotel’s parent corporation for negligence, emotional distress, discrimination and false imprisonment, seeking an $8.5 million payout.
The horrific accident happened when Abby alleged she got the wheel of her wheelchair stuck on the sliding bathroom door of her hotel room, as per documents obtained by the publication.
When the dance teacher attempted to break free, the 300-lb door came crashing down trapping her in the doorway for six to twelve minutes, the docs stated.
Abby was eventually rescued by hotel staff and was taken to a nearby hospital.
The dance coach was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma nearly four years ago, which left her wheelchair-bound.
According to Lymphoma Research Foundation, “Burkitt’s Lymphoma is a rare but highly aggressive (fast-growing) lymphoma.
“This disease may affect the jaw, central nervous system, bowel, kidneys, ovaries, or other organs. Burkitt lymphoma may spread to the central nervous system.”
In October 2021, Abby told HollywoodLife she was still struggling with her health.
“[During COVID I had] another surgery on my spine — my lumbar region that was the original problem years ago — and that’s why I went to that doctor because my leg was going numb when I was driving in all this LA traffic so I knew something was wrong,” Abby Lee said revealing she had Spondylolisthesis that was getting “worse and worse.”
She opened up about going to “in-patient rehab,” and following that, underwent restorative surgery.
The TV personality also happened to break her leg in two places. Doctors ordered her not to bear weight on her legs for three months, which was also a setback for the dancing queen.
She told the outlet she plans to get out of her wheelchair and walk again.
“I need me to coach me,” she stated. “I need an Abby Lee person to whip my butt into shape and make me the best I can be.”
In a 2021 interview, Abby revealed that she learning to walk again after having an elective operation to help ease her pain and regain her mobility.
Speaking to Daily Mail she said: ‘I want to have more independence. I want to live my life. I want to be able to jump in the shower anytime I want, anytime I feel like it. That’s a huge goal.
“People see me sitting in the chair, and I’m in make-up and hair and, “Oh, she’s doing great.”
“They don’t really see what goes on behind closed doors. It’s rough. Very rough.”
Dance Moms took over the reality TV scene back in the early 2010s and choreographer Abby was the star of the show.
The show ran for eight seasons on the Lifetime channel from 2011 to 2019 – with Abby at the helm until 2016.
In 2017 she was sentenced to a year in prison for bankruptcy fraud.
Upon her release while she was living in a halfway house, she discovered her cancer diagnosis.
Abby hailed herself the boss lady as she busted out her sassy new movesCredit: Instagram/@therealabbylee
The choreographer was back in high spirits after her recent hotel dramaCredit: Getty
Abby is suing an establishment for emotional and physical damage after her ordealCredit: Lifetime
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