Abby Lee Miller might have finally found her leading man. After four seasons of starring on the Lifetime reality series "Dance Moms" and decades of heading the Abby Lee Dance Company as a single lady, the reality star is now rumored to be engaged.
The 47-year-old TV star, who has yet to officially confirm reports that she is preparing to take the marital plunge, sparked engagement rumors on social media Friday night after posting the message "I do!!!" alongside an image of herself posing with a man identified as Michael Padula.
After only minutes of sharing the alleged news of her engagement, fans of the Lifetime dance competition series flocked to Miller's social media pages to wish her and her rumored fiance congratulations, while others begged the reality maven for more information. "OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is soooo exciting!!! So happy for u!!! Congrats!!!!," posted one Instagram user. "Is Abby engaged????????? Or married now?!?!?! What?!?!?!" said user @chelsea_black_13.
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While Miller appears to have only recently opened up about her relationship with Padula, the self-described Italian actor, host and "voiceover king" hasn't been shy about sharing his love for the infamous dance coach. "Mr. and Mrs. Abby Lee Miller @therealabbylee #lifetimeTV #happycouple #dancemoms #aldc #1 #2014 #love See you soon…" Padula shared on Instagram Friday, prior to Miller's announcement.
Over recent months, Padula has also shared other personal snaps of the reality star. "On set, makin magic w/my favorite girl! Had a blast! Miss you! XO @therealabbylee," Padula posted on Instagram alongside an image of the rumored couple in November. Two months prior, Padula shared another side-by-side image with Miller, with the caption: "The happy couple #Love @therealabbylee."
Miller last made headlines for her alleged cat fight with fellow "Dance Moms" star Kelly Hyland in New York last November. Following their dance-related scuffle, the co-stars appeared side-by-side at hearing at a New York courthouse on Tuesday. According to a report from TMZ, the "Dance Moms" star are forbidden to contact one another pending an investigation.
"Dance Moms" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on Lifetime.