Maddie Ziegler has big things lined up for when her long run on “Dance Moms” comes to an end Tuesday, but what about her little sister Mackenzie?

From dancing to acting and singing, it’s clear 11-year-old Mackenzie Ziegler is a triple threat. However, her post-reality TV career is not as clear as Maddie’s. Fortunately for Mack Z fans, it doesn’t appears her family’s decision to leave “Dance Moms” will stop her from shining.

Mackenzie appeared to re-launch her YouTube channel in March. She first made the channel, which has over 1.45 million views, in October 2015. Recent videos include baking tutorials with mom Melissa Gisoni and a rundown of her nighttime routine. Mackenzie’s music YouTube channel Mack Z has also been kept up to date; the reality star has posted vlogs, makeup and dance tutorials in recent months.

As for professional work, Mackenzie’s IMDb doesn’t reveal if she has any movie or TV projects planned, but that doesn’t mean she won’t have more acting jobs in the future. She guest starred on Disney’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” last year playing a camper named Lilly. She also acted in Todrick Hall’s 2014 music video “Freaks Like Me” playing Snow White and the Evil Queen. Last fall, she co-starred with Maddie, now 13, in a commercial for the WowWee tech toy Snap Pets. Check out the ad below.

Modeling may also be in the future for Mackenzie. In March, she starred in a spring campaign for Polo Ralph Lauren alongside Levi Miller. The modeling job came several months after she walked in the Polo Ralph Lauren Fall 2016 Children’s Fashion Show in New York.

And after starting classes at Abby Lee Miller’s ALDC (Abby Lee Dance Company) at 2 years of age, it doesn’t appear Mackenzie is planning to stop being a dancer either. In March, several days after filming her final competition for “Dance Moms,” Mackenzie took a master class at Abby’s Pittsburgh studio alongside Maddie and former teammate Kendall Vertes.

Best of luck, Mackenzie!

Catch Mackenzie’s last episode of “Dance Moms” on Tuesday at 9 p.m. EDT on Lifetime.