Dance Moms Season 6 Episode 10 Recap: Abby Lee Miller Horror Show

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If you watch Dance Moms online, you know that for all intents and purposes, every episode may as well be an "Abby Lee Horror Story."

Only Dance Moms Season 6 Episode 10 has the distinction of formally being titled this, however, so you know s--t was gonna get real ...

As Dance Moms Season 6 Episode 10 got underway, Abby announced that star Maddie Ziegler would tell the Lizzie Borden story.

Maddie, 13, remains her favorite pupil. By a wide margin.

Newcomer Brynn Rumfallo, 12, and Kendall Vertes, 13, are given the Black Dahlia and Natalie Wood solos for the routine, respectively.

Abby also opted for a particularly dark group routine, announcing that her dancers would perform “The Cult,” a contemporary piece.

Says Miller of the inspiration for this particular work:

“I think every parent has concerns about their child falling prey to a cult. And sometimes they’re even brainwashed to drink the Kool-Aid."

Holly Frazier's response, which we're all thinking?

“I have heard people reference [this] as a cult.”

Indeed. And there's no mistaking the fact that the concept is a bit much for pre-teens and the girls are somewhat confused by the theme.

Mackenzie Ziegler, 11, thinks a cult is simply made up of “bad people,” while Holly and Jessalynn Siwa try their best to explain better.

While the girls could not settle on a clear definition of a cult before going on stage, it did not impact their performance. They took first!

“I love when our kids dance as a team together and I think that’s what’s important," Kendall's mother, Jill Vertes, says.

"Maybe the ALDC being a cult isn’t a bad thing after all."

Wow, someone's been drinking the Kool-Aid. Literally.

Brynn’s mother, Ashlee, presents the team with cups of it, saying, “The ALDC is a cult and they need their own Kool-Aid, so I got them some."

"I think they should drink their Kool-Aid every now and then.”

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