The former reality star opened up in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight before she underwent weight loss surgery to remove almost 80 percent of her stomach.
The Dance Moms alum, 50, underwent a sleeve gastrectomy in Los Angeles to remove almost 80 percent of her stomach.
"I'm scared. I'm nervous", Miller admits.
Dance Moms, which began on Lifetime TV in 2011, is a fly-on-the-wall documentary centring on the Abby Lee Dance Company in Pittsburgh - with the lady herself becoming renowned for her often harsh criticism of her young dancers and fiery relationships with their mums.
And although nobody from the network reached out to her following her sudden announcement, Miller told People that she would remain open to the idea of returning, but only if things changed on the show.
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The 50-year-old told ET the weight loss surgery was a way for her to get her revenge body as payback for the moms on the show she often bickered with.
"Maybe this is some miraculous way somebody's telling me, 'Hey go for it, do it now so that whatever happens, maybe you'll be a little bit healthier, maybe you'll be a little bit more in shape.' Who knows?" She said that she's in pain but it's already bearable. I really, really try. The girls and their moms have been hinting on their social media accounts about the end of an era and they will be seen getting emotional during the last day of filming, seemingly giving truth to all the rumors of them quitting the show.
"If I was trying to be vegan, [they would] hand me a hoagie sandwich or Italian sub from somewhere", she said of her former co-workers. "It's just kind of a discomfort", she said. Although she evidently didn't have the best experience with Dance Moms, she says she is now pitching a scripted show that will feature some of her well-known dancers and have a supernatural element.
"I've just had it". That is mainly from people who have no knowledge about dancing. Before her operation, the Dance Moms alum revealed her fears in an interview with ET. She continues that there should be "a sense of respect" and she should be given "a creative credit".