The new season of “Dance Moms” is just hours away but for impatient fans, there are several unaired performances already available online. Ahead of Tuesday’s Season 6B premiere on Lifetime, check out spoiler clips from several must-see competition performances coming this season. 

From Brynn Rumfallo’s wedding-inspired solo to JoJo Siwa’s comical mini duet, it looks like the new episodes are going to be one entertaining ride!

“The Saints”

Tuesday’s episode 19 will see Abby Lee Miller’s elite junior team perform this New Orleans inspired number. Dancers JoJo Siwa, Kalani Hilliker, Nia Frazier, Brynn Rumfallo and Kendall Vertes will be joined by two guest male dancers in the piece.

“Abby’s Angels”

Meet Charlie’s new angels. Kendall, Kalani and JoJo’s musical theater trio from episode 20 is a take on the 1970s TV show turned movie franchise. A clip of their performance to the famous theme song shows them wearing corresponding black, gold and silver bodysuits.

“Fan Favorite”

JoJo teams up with a mini team member Elliana Walmsley for this duet, which will air as part of episode 23. The number stars Elliana as a famous dancer and JoJo as her obsessed fan. Videos from the competition show JoJo pretending to sneak onstage to take a selfie before ultimately walking away disappointed.

“Hotline”

There’s been a lot of drama surrounding this number — mainly JoJo’s lack of participation at the competition — but it’s definitely a must-see! The episode 29 performance serves as an awareness piece for suicide prevention. Kalani is featured as the tortured soul and the three other girls play suicide helpline workers.

“Left At The Altar”

Poor Brynn will play a bride ditched by her groom on their big day in this episode 30 solo. The number is said to have placed first overall in the pre-teen division at Sheer Talent in Spokane, Washington, on June 4.

 

 

“Dance Moms” airs its Season 6B premiere Tuesday at 9 p.m. EDT on Lifetime. Tune in one hour earlier for the “Girl Talk Part 3” special, which will include a special cameo from the dance dads.