Chloe Lukasiak and Maddie Ziegler are up for the same Teen Choice Awards. Chloe is pictured at Beautycon Festival in New York on May 20 and Maddie is photographed at City Year Los Angeles Spring Break on May 6. Getty Images

Sunday will reveal the winner of choice dancer at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards and not one, but two, “Dance Moms” stars are up for the honor. For the third consecutive year, Chloe Lukasiak and Maddie Ziegler are both nominated.

Last month Fox, the network which hosts the TCAS, announced both teens were recognized by fans in the choice dancer category. The two dancers may both be going home empty handed come Sunday, however. “Dancing With the Stars” judge Julianne Hough, “DWTS” pro Derek Hough, Kida The Great and tWith are also nominated in the same category.

Ahead of the show, both Chloe, who will make her comeback to Lifetime’s “Dance Moms” later this month, and Maddie, who parted ways with the reality show in 2016, have been touting their nominations. On Instagram, Chloe wrote she was “incredibly honored and humbled” to be nominated for the award. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without you guys,” she added to her fans. Maddie wrote her own Instagram message about the nomination, saying to her followers, “You guys are the best and can’t thank you enough…”

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While it won’t be known who wins choice dancer until Sunday night, it is worth noting that Maddie and Chloe have been awarded the honor in past years. Chloe secured the win during the award’s first year in 2015. Maddie followed in 2016 by winning the honor following her stint as a judge on “So You Think You Can Dance: Next Generation.”

While Chloe has made sure to tout her nomination before the big show, she’s also been busy lately promoting her return to the small screen. After leaving “Dance Moms” in 2014 following comments made by then coach Abby Lee Miller about her appearance, Chloe went on to star in movies and start her own YouTube channel. She’s now returning to the show that first brought her to fame.

“It was a difficult time in my life and I had a hard time dealing with everything that had happened, so I didn’t think I was going to return,” Chloe told Wet Paint of the Lifetime series. “I heard it was the last season of the show, and so I wanted to come back and have some closure, because I left very abruptly and I didn’t really have a proper goodbye.”

“I wanted to come back and say goodbye and have my last moment with everyone, because I’ve been there since the beginning,” she added.

While it doesn’t appear Maddie plans to make a return to “Dance Moms” – despite her former co-choreographer’s desire to see her do so – she has also found success post reality TV fame. Her first feature film, “The Book of Henry,” debuted in theaters in June. Despite it’s less-than-stellar reviews, Maddie is already busy filming her new project. She’ll act in director and pop singer Sia’s drama “Sister” next year. Kate Hudson is also tapped to star.

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Unlike in previous years, Maddie and Chloe are not up for favorite dancer 17 and under at the Industry Dance Awards this summer. However, the cancer benefit show, taking place Aug. 16 in Los Angeles, has recognized three “Dance Moms” stars for the honor. Maddie’s little sister Mackenzie Ziegler, Nia Sioux and Kalani Hilliker are among the six nominees. Understandably, Maddie has made it clear she wants her fans to vote for her sibling to win.

The 2017 Teen Choice Awards airs Sunday at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox. Stayed tuned to International Business Times for live, up-to-the-minute coverage on award show night.