Dance Moms Lifetime's "Dance Moms" cast members (left to right) Nia Frazier, Maddie Ziegler, Mackenzie Ziegler, Kendall Vertes and Chloe Lukasiak. Photo: Lifetime/Scott Gries

“Dance Moms” fans can count on major drama Tuesday night when Season 4 of the hit reality show returns to Lifetime. 

According to the network’s synopsis for the series' return, episode 21, “Double the Moms, Double the Trouble,” will pit coach Abby Lee Miller’s original ALDC girls against her new elite team. 

Fresh off their win during the midseason 4 finale in April, elite-team dancers Ava Cota, Sarah Reasons, Jade Cloud, Kamryn Beck, Tea’ Adamson and Sarah Hunt -- and their moms, of course -- will be back for another round with Miller, competing at Sheer Talent in Wheeling, West Virginia, May 3.

“Abby kicks off the new dance season by bringing back her winning select team to compete against her original elite team for a rematch,” reads the network's synopsis. 

While Miller’s original ALDC girls, Mackenzie Ziegler, 10, Chloe Lukasiak, 13, Nia Frazier, 13, and Kendall Vertes and Maddie Ziegler, both 11, and their stage moms, are reportedly “furious” over the coach's decision to welcome back her new team, Lifetime hints that it's the latest members who will cause the most drama.

“It’s the select moms who really can’t stand the heat,” said the network.

Spoiler alert— So will the new team be victorious in the season opener? Unfortunately for the original ALDC, one “Dance Moms” spoiler site is reporting that the new team will triumph over the original “Dance Moms” stars with their contemporary group routine “The Rapture.” The original team’s contemporary number, “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board,” reportedly placed second.

While Miller’s new group is set to score another victory, “Dance Moms” fans will be happy to see original team member Mackenzie bring home a win Tuesday night with her acro/gymanastics solo “Watch Me Fly.” Mackenzie’s routine, which placed first in the junior division and won first overall, came out ahead of new member Sarah Hunt’s solo, “Scary Little Monster.” (Hunt, who competed in the 8 & under category, reportedly placed first in the small wonders division and took home the trophy for third overall.)

“Dance Moms” airs on Lifetime Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EDT. The series premiere will be followed by the debut of “Raising Asia,” the new reality series with former “Dance Moms” and "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition" star Asia Monet Ray, at 10 p.m. EDT.