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Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition
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Genre

Dance, Reality Television

Format

Competition

Hosted by

Kevin Manno

Judges

Abby Lee Miller (Head Judge)
Richy Jackson (Season 1-Present)
Robin Antin (Season 1)
Rachelle Rak (Season 2- Present)

Seasons

2

Episodes

10+ (with 1 special)

Channel

Lifetime

Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition (orignally titled My Kid can Dance) is a reality dance competition show where twelve dancers aged 6 - 13 compete for prizes. However, the dancers mother join them in making sure everything goes according to plan. The show is judged by Abby Lee Miller , the famous choreographer and star of Dance Moms, Richy Jackson, the visual director/choreographer for Lady GaGa, and Rachelle Rak, a Broadway star. The show debuted on October 9, 2012. A second season debuted on September 3rd, 2013.  

CastEdit

HostEdit

JudgesEdit

ChoreographersEdit

Season 1Edit

  • Abby Lee Miller
  • Richy Jackson
  • Robin Antin
  • Bobby Newberry
  • Anthony Burell  
  • Gina Starbuck 
  • Joyce Chittick 
  • Frank Gatson
  • Kitty McNamee
  • Molly Long
  • Ricky Palomino 
  • Q Pittman
  • Victor Rojas
  • Shannon Beach

Season 2Edit

  • Abby Lee Miller - Head Judge
  • Richy Jackson - Judge
  • Rachelle Rak - Judge
  • Tessandra Chavez - Supervising Choreographer
  • Anthony Burell  
  • Tarua Hall
  • Joyce Chittick
  • Q Pittman
  • Matt Cady
  • Erik Saradpon
  • Shannon Beach
  • Nito Larizo
  • Peter Chu
  • Lesley A. Bandy
  • Victor Rojas

DancersEdit

Season 1Edit

See page Season 1 for full information

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Season 1 dancers and moms

Season 1 of AUDC premiered on October 9th, 2012. The show premiered with a casting special where the final 14 dancers competed to get into the competition. 12 dancers and their mothers moved on and competed weekly at the L.A theater. The prize was $100,000 and a scholarship to the Joffrey Ballet School in New York. Brianna Haire, 13, was declared the winner on December 11, 2012.

Season 2Edit

See page Season 2 for full information.
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Season 2 dancers and moms

During season 1 of AUDC, at the the end of some of the last few episodes, Abby advertised an opportunity to apply for Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition. The official website for AUDC currently has a casting tab opened. Season 2 aired on September 3rd, 2013 with 11 dancers competing for $100,000 and a scholarship to the Joffrey Ballet School. McKaylee True, 13, was declared the Season 2 winner.

Season 3Edit

Season 3 has yet to be officially announced. On the Dance Moms Reunion: Hurricane Abby, Abby mentioned that along with her nationwide tour to cast dancers for the ALDC, she was also casting for Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition, which indicates that Season 3 will possibly happen after Season 4 of Dance Moms (which is currently filming). Additionally the casting tab on the Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition website is still open however it never closed even after Season 2 was done casting.

Abby revealed in an interview that AUDC season 3 was put on hold for her new show "Abby's Studio Rescue" so it is unknown if the show will return for a 3rd season.

Concidering Abby's Studio Rescue's ratings and rumors of cancellationss, a season 3 may be quite possible for the show.

MusicEdit

For the music from AUDC, please follow this link to the Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition Music Guide.

TriviaEdit

  • The audition process has never been fully revealed but pieces have been relesed by the dancers and moms on the show:
    • Dancers submit an audition tape
    • The top 25 were flown to New York and performed two routines.
    • The top 14 were flown to L.A. for the Casting Special.
  • Group Dances were performed every week but most were not shown on the show. The group dances (even the ones released on the show) were posted on the official website (ones that were shown on TV were posted as an extended version).
  • Madison O'Connor said in an interview the dancers danced 8 hours a day.
  • Yvette Walts, mother of Hadley Walts, stated in an interview that 2,000 tapes were submitted to the show, estimating around 2,000 dancers auditioned for the show's first season.

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