The Irreplaceables will put on a show-stopping routine on Tuesday’s installment of “Dance Moms.”

Following their departure from coach Abby Lee Miller’s studio, dancers Chloe Lukasiak, Nia Sioux, Kendall Vertes, Kalani Hilliker and Camryn Bridges formed their own, more mature group. The Irreplaceables team will debut their first number during the next Season 7 installment, but the risqué routine won’t go over well with the entire cast.

Lifetime’s promo for episode 24, “There’s a New Team In Town - Part 2,” shows Abby and at least one of the ALDC (Abby Lee Dance Company) moms sounding off in disguist about the mature, burlesque-inspired number. “Those are not the dancers that I raised!” Abby complains to the cameras. “I’m very disappointed. It’s the epitome of trash.”

While their number, titled “The Last Dance,” has yet to air on the show, sneak peeks of the routine have surfaced online and the moms have already come out in full force to defend their daughters’ controversial performance.

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Chloe Lukasiak’s mom is coming to her defense. The young “Dance Moms” star is pictured at New York Fashion Week on Sept. 13, 2017. Getty Images

Chloe’s mother, Christi Lukasiak, recently tweeted that she is excited to see her 16-year-old daughter performer with her original teammates again. While she did not say anything directly about the controversy surrounding the number, she did retweet fan posts slamming Abby for allowing her then-students to perform the controversial “Electricity” number in Season 1 and the since-deleted “topless” showgirls dance in Season 2.

Meanwhile, Kalani’s mother, Kira Girard, has tweeted her excitement about the competition piece which she said is right on the group’s level. “Who is ready to see these teenagers take on a dance that challenges, grows them as dancers and prepares them for the professional world! ME!” Kira posted last week.

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Kira Girard and Kalani Hilliker are pictured attending the Teen Choice Awards at Galen Center on Aug. 13, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images

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While “The Last Dance” is sure to get viewers talking come Tuesday’s episode, the number didn’t exactly please the judges at Fierce National Dance Competition in Upland, California, on March 26. The contemporary dance is said to have only taken second-place in the teen division at the event and failed to place in the overalls.

The ALDC, meanwhile, managed to scoop up not one, but two big wins. Competition results reveal Abby’s team scored first-place with the reboot of her famed “Where Have All The Children Gone?” routine and second-place overall. Mini dancer Elliana Walmsley’s solo “Aria” also placed first.

Unfortunately for The Irreplaceables, their losing streak will continue in episode 25, “Everyone’s Replaceable… Even Abby.” Attendees at Fierce NDC in Anaheim, California, on April 1 report the group took third-place for their jazz number “The Protest.” The routine is also said to have placed fifth in the overalls.

Their upcoming trios, however, did manage to earn a few wins for the new group. Viewers can anticipate Camryn and Kendall’s duet, “Uncondictional Love,” to place first overall in episode 25. Chloe and Nia’s duet, “Coming to Hollywood,” will come in third overall.

Catch “Dance Moms” Season 7, episode 24 on Tuesday at 9 p.m. EDT on Lifetime.