Dance Moms season 7←Dance Moms season 6
Air weekdate:Tuesday Cast:Abby Lee Miller, Madison Ziegler, Chloe Lukasiak, Sarah Hunt, Vivi-Anne Stein, Areana Lopez, Alexus Oladi, Elliana Walmsley, Sophia Lucia, Maesi Caes, Daviana Fletcher, Brynn Rumfallo, Kalani Hilliker, Melissa Ziegler-Gisoni, JoJo Siwa, Holly Frazier, Gianna Martello, Kelly Hyland, Christi Lukasiak, Kendall Vertes, Mackenzie Ziegler, Paige Hyland, Brooke Hyland, Nia Fraizer, Ashlee Rumfallo, Camille Bridges, Camryn Bridges, Elliana Walmsley, Holly Frazier, Jaime Caes, Jill Vertes, Lilliana Ketchman, Maesi Caes, Stacey Ketchman, Yolanda Walmsley Genre:Reality Channel:Lifetime Status:Continuing
Dance Moms season 7 episodes list:
After an eight week break, Abby reaches out to the Junior Elite mothers and asks them to come to the ALDC to hear an announcement.
Abby challenges the Junior Elites to a head-to-head competition and makes big changes to the team. In the hopes of finding her super team, Abby sends some girls home and brings in two new girls. But, when Abby's biggest rival returns, the moms worry about her ability to hold it all together.
Abby and the ALDC bring an edgy group routine, inspired by Kalani's 16th birthday, to this week's competition hoping to overtake Cathy and her Candy Apples for the second week in a row. Kendall dances a Maddie-esque solo determined to beat Nicaya.
Abby challenges Daviana and Kalani to a head-to-head solo showdown; two minis rejoin the team; Abby eliminates a member of the super team.
Abby brings in a new dancer with an eccentric mother; Abby encourages Brynn to lead Kalani and Kendall in their trio; the mothers are nervous when Abby assigns the first hip-hop routine since the elites walked out.
Nationals are only six weeks away, but a constantly changing team have the moms worried. Nia gets her first solo in a year and Abby gives two of her new dancers a chance to shine on stage. Meanwhile, the veteran moms go on the attack after one of the new moms puts down their kids.
Abby and the ALDC try to break a long standing losing streak in Fresno, Calif.; Holly's nerves are frayed when Abby announces the theme for a controversial group dance; Elliana and Maesi's duet brings out the worst in their mothers.
Abby brings the girls to a cemetery to get them in the spirit for a graveyard-inspired routine; the mothers are frustrated when Brynn is given a special part; Elliana and Lilliana are given head-to-head solos for the first time.
The ALDC’s revolving door continues as Abby auditions a new dancer to be a part of the “Great 8” team heading to Nationals. Brynn, Lilly, and Maesi all go head-to-head with solos. And, the moms are hopeful the new dancer will complete the team, but Ashlee thinks otherwise when her mom insults Brynn.
The ALDC travels to Denver where both the stakes and the altitude are high! For the first time this season Kalani, Kendall and Nia all dance competing solos. Much to the elite’s dismay, the minis are in a technically complicated group dance, and the moms once again wonder if this addition will ruin their winning streak heading into Nationals.
The ALDC spend their last week in Los Angeles before traveling to Pittsburgh for Nationals; and the elite team struggle with a difficult routine and a negligent coach. Later, Kendall shoots a new music video.
The team travel to Pittsburgh for Nationals, but mounting pressure leads to feuds between the moms. Later, Abby questions Camryn's desire to be on the team; and the ALDC compete against the Candy Apples in their last face-off before Nationals.
Part 1 of 2. Abby hits a creative roadblock with the group routine for Nationals. Later, four girls are assigned solos, but two moms aren't happy that none of them are original members; Kendall premieres her music video; and a former ALDC dancer considers visiting her old teammates.
Conclusion. In the Season 7 finale, the ALDC compete against the Candy Apples for the title of National Champions. Later, Abby has a breakdown; and an unexpected guest surprises the team.