Chloe Lukasiak
Brooke Hyland is showing her former "Dance Moms" co-star Chloe Lukasiak support online for her 2015 Teen Choice Awards win. Pictured: Chloe onstage at the Fox awards show in Los Angeles Aug. 16, 2015. Getty Images

Chloe Lukasiak’s former “Dance Moms” cast mates couldn’t be prouder of her Teen Choice Awards win. The reality star walked away with the Fox show’s Choice Dancer award Sunday night and gained praise from her former co-stars on social media.

Ahead of the 2015 Teen Choice Awards, Brooke Hyland, who starred alongside Chloe for four seasons of the Lifetime dance competition show before exiting with her mom, Kelly Hyland, and sister Paige Hyland in November 2013, said she was rooting for Chloe, 14, to win. “Hoping @chloedancers3 takes home #ChoiceDancer tonight at the #TCAS,” Brooke, 17, wrote. “She deserves it. I’m #TeamChloe all the way.”

After Chloe received her surfboard trophy Sunday night, Brooke took to Twitter to gush about her former teammate and off-screen pal’s big win.

Brooke also tweeted that she wished she could have seen someone’s “face” Sunday, but did not address who the tweet was in reference to. Many fans have guessed that her post referred to her former dance coach and “Dance Moms” co-star Abby Lee Miller, who was also at the Los Angeles show. “Dance Moms” was up for best reality show, but lost to NBC’s “The Voice.” Miller's star student, Maddie Ziegler, also was up for the Choice Dancer award.

Paige, 14, has also since retweeted her sister’s mysterious message.

While Brooke has not addressed who the tweet was directed toward, she has confirmed it was not about her former teammate Maddie, 12.

Following Kelly Hyland’s on-screen altercation with Miller in 2013, which led to her arrest for assault, the Hyland family exited the Lifetime show. The mother-daughter trio and Miller have been battling in court ever since. Hyland filed a $5 million complaint against Miller, claiming she provoked their altercation, and the series’ production company, alleging a breach of contract, in February 2014. In October, Paige Hyland filed a separate lawsuit against Miller, claiming she was “insulted and abused” by the dance coach on an “almost daily basis.” Several claims in both lawsuits have since been dismissed.

Chloe, who exited "Dance Moms" with her mom, Christi Lukasiak, in October, used her acceptance speech at the TCAs to inspire her fans. “To anyone who has ever been told that they can’t do it, they shouldn’t do it, or they aren’t good enough -- ignore it,” she said. “Do it anyways and prove them wrong."

“Dance Moms” is currently in its fifth season on Lifetime.