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Pictured are "Dance Moms" cast members of years past (from left) Nia Sioux, Chloe Lukasiak, Kendall Vertes and Kamryn Beck. Lifetime

Abby Lee Miller is about to introduce Lifetime viewers to an all-new cast of dancers for Season 8 of "Dance Moms", but that doesn't mean fans have forgotten about the series' original cast. Find out where some of your favorite ALDC dancers of years past are today in 2019.

Chloe Lukasiak


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Chloe may be done with “Dance Moms”, but according to one of her most recent Instagram posts, she’s still “dancing through life.” Outside of growing her brand by posting videos to her YouTube channel for her 1.9 million subscribers, sharing sponsored Instagram posts, and running her own book club, the 18-year-old is also focused on her studies. She recently revealed she will be attending Pepperdine University. Chloe also appears to be continuing her acting career. She stars in two films releasing in 2019.

Nia Sioux


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Like her former co-star, Nia is also big when it comes to YouTube. While her 83K subscribers frequently enjoy vlogs from the 17-year-old performer, her content also includes music videos, song covers, and sponsored posts. Over on her Instagram, which boasts 5.1 million followers, Nia shared frequently life updates. As far as her acting career is concerned, she has credits from the soap opera “The Bold and the Beautiful” to her name and is also currently working on the film “The Code.”

Maddie Ziegler


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Some things never change -- and that includes Maddie’s collaboration with singer/songwriter Sia. “Dance Moms” fans may remember when Maddie teamed up with the “Chandelier” songstress in 2014 during the show’s run. It appears the two are still a team. In early May, the 16-year-old appeared in Sia’s “LSD - No New Friends” music video. Elsewhere in the acting realm, Maddie was recently cast in Steven Spielberg's “West Side Story” film alongside Angel Elgort. The film is due for a 2020 release. Meanwhile, her musical film with Sia will debut in October.

Mackenzie Ziegler


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Mackenzie was always into singing, releasing several songs during her time on “Dance Moms,” and she appears to still be in the game. The 14-year-old most recently covered Kelly Clarkson’s “Unbreakable“ from the “UglyDolls” film for her 3.2 million YouTuber subscribers. This summer, the original artist will also be performing with PrettyMuch as part of their U.S. and Canadian FOMO Tour.

Brooke Hyland


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Brooke may have left the series in Season 4, but she still has a presence on social media. Most recently, the 21-year-old “Dance Moms” alum has been posting photos of her travels to the U.K., Paris, Barcelona, and Madrid. But it isn’t all fun and games for Brooke. Earlier this month, she announced she graduated from college. Her LinkedIn profile states she attended the College of Business at Ohio University pursuing a degree in Marketing and Management Information Systems.

Paige Hyland


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Like her big sister Brooke, Paige is also continuing to post on social media post “Dance Moms” fame and is focused on her studies. In her Instagram bio, the 18-year-old reveals she is a part of West Virginia University’s 2023 graduating class. Unfortunately for fans of Paige’s YouTube channel, she hasn’t posted new content since December 2015.

Vivi-Anne Stein


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It wouldn’t be a “Dance Moms” where are they now without mentioning Candy Apples dancer Vivi-Anne. The dancer, who calls coach Abby Lee Miller’s rival Cathy Nesbitt-Stein mom, doesn’t appear to have a public Instagram page, but Cathy has recently updated on her daughter’s life. In May, she revealed Vivi-Anne had graduated from 8th grade. It also appears that Vivi has continued to dance following the show. In April, she posted that Vivi’s group won a scholarship for a contemporary routine.

The new season of “Dance Moms” premieres on Lifetime on Monday, June 4, at 9 p.m. EST.