Abby Lee Miller
Abby Lee Miller has opened up prior to entering prison to serve her time. Pictured: The television personality attending the Opening Night Party during the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival at Culver Studios in Culver City, California on June 14, 2017. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

Abby Lee Miller did one final interview prior to entering prison to serve her time. In a sneak peek, Miller admits that she’ll most likely not survive in prison. Nonetheless, she remains happy thinking that she’s opened doors for many girls who appeared in her show, “Dance Moms.”

On Tuesday, a preview for the 50-year-old TV personality’s interview with “The View’s” Jedediah Bila surfaced online. In the promo, Miller solemnly says, “I probably won’t survive,” after admitting that she’s made “lots of mistakes.”

When she was asked if she panicked upon hearing the verdict to her case, she responded, “Oh! I panicked.”

In the final moments of the teaser, Miller is asked if she’s worried about her legacy, given the situation she’s currently in. This time though, Miller dons a more optimistic countenance as she says, “I gave kids a new life. No one can take that away from me. No one.”

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Miller’s tell-all interview is slated to air on July 25, 13 days after she entered prison on July 12. The professional dance instructor is set to stay behind bars for fraud for 366 days, according to Us Weekly.

After being found guilty of committing bankruptcy fraud and failure to disclose an international monetary transaction, Miller announced in March that she’s leaving her Lifetime reality series. “I’m doing the time. I am taking the blame,” she said at the time.

In May, Miller opened up about her preparations for prison life. “I’m not out taking karate. I’m not in a self-defense class, though maybe I should be,” she said. “There’s a woman, who is a specialist, with the Bureau of Prisons and she was supposed to — what I thought — prepare me for this.”

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Miller added that the specialist informed her to bring money for toiletries. She then admitted that there are many things she wanted to know about living behind bars prior to serving time, like if she can wear socks to bed and whether she can use a computer while staying there.

As of late, Miller’s adjusting to her new life. The changes that she’s faced with are mostly involving her diet. She’s used to eating lobsters at fancy restaurant Craig’s, but now she’s limited to eating prison food. She could purchase some items that are sold there though, like Top Ramen noodles, Spam, Hot & Spicy pork skin chips, iced cream, canned tuna and cola, TMZ reported, citing the commissary stocklist at FCC Victorville.