“Dance Moms” viewers have watched for years as former Lifetime stars Chloe Lukasiak and Maddie Ziegler have gone head-to-head for the Choice Dancer award at the annual Teen Choice Awards on Fox. Their competition appears to be officially over...for now, that is.

In the award show’s final wave of 2018 nominations it was revealed that for the first time in three years, Chloe and Maddie are not competing for the same TCA award. This year’s show has only nominated Maddie this time around. Her fellow nominees include Cheryl Burke, Derek Hough, Jenna Dewan, Les Twins, and tWitch.

When the nominees were announced earlier this summer, Maddie, 15, made it clear she was grateful for being recognized, writing on Twitter she felt “honored to be nominated” and telling her followers, “You guys are the best.” Since that time, she has continued to prompt fans for votes.

(Those still looking to vote should note the Choice Dancer voting period for this year’s show has since ended, though some online voting categories are still open.)

During the inaugural year of the Choice Dancer award in 2015, both Maddie and Chloe were nominated, with Chloe, now 17, ultimately bringing home the win. The following year, which also saw the nomination of “Dance Moms” star Kalani Hilliker, Maddie was gifted the honor. Maddie won the award for the second time in 2017.

It doesn’t appear Chloe has publicly mentioned her snub from the 2018 show, though her online fans have certainly voiced their upset on Twitter.

Maddie isn’t the only “Dance Moms” alum nominated this year. Her 14-year-old sister, Mackenzie Ziegler, is among the Choice Muser nominees. Maddie has also requested her fans vote for Mackenzie as well as she competes against Baby Ariel, Holly H/Holly Horne, Loren Gray, Sofia Santino and Valentina Schulz.

Fans can purchase tickets to the 2018 Teen Choice Awards here. The show airs on Fox at 8 p.m. EDT on Sunday, Aug. 12.

maddie and chloe Maddie Ziegler, pictured at the Radio Disney Music Awards in LA on June 22, and Chloe Lukasiak, pictured at the “Darkest Minds” LA premiere on June 26, are not nominated for the same Teen Choice Award for the first time in three years. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Rich Fury/Getty Images