Crashed Dance Moms episode
“Dance Moms” stars Kalani Hilliker, Nia Sioux, Kendall Vertes and Brynn Rumfallo made a fan’s dream come true on the “Crashed” series premiere. go90/Sony Music Entertainment

Celebrities are giving back to their fans in a big way on go90 and Sony Music Entertainment’s new series “Crashed.” Produced by comedic actor Joel McHale, the program follows celebrities as they surprise their unsuspecting supporters with “unforgettable experiences.”

Dancer and straight-A student Chloe was the first recipient of an A-list experience on the 10-episode program’s premiere Thursday. Lifetime’s “Dance Moms” stars Kalani Hilliker, Nia Sioux, Brynn Rumfallo and Kendall Vertes came together to throw the performer a surprise 12th birthday party to celebrate her achievements which according to her pal Riley, who helped coordinate the surprise, includes being an all-around great friend.

After the “Dance Moms” stars recognized Chloe as a “star kid,” the cast members got together with Riley to surprise Chloe and to reveal she would be attending a party with her friends later that night.

“When the ‘Dance Moms’ showed up at first I didn’t believe it was real and then I kinda started crying because I was just really happy. It was just a dream come true,” Chloe said.

But attending her soiree was far from the only announcement the girls had for their superfan. With the help of choreographer Gianna Martello, Kalani, Kendall, Nia and Brynn revealed to Chloe they would be performing a routine at her celebration. The best part? She was going to join them.

After surprising her with friends with the “Dance Moms” girls, Chloe performed alongside her longtime idols to Meghan Trainor’s “Lips Are Movin.” The girls ended the piece by inviting Chloe’s friends to dance with them.

“I was really nervous that I would mess up,” Chloe said. “But I felt really determined to do it because they’re all my idols and it was really fun.”

Kalani said it felt rewarding to be able to make a fan’s dream come true and Chloe was more than appreciative. “It was definitely the best birthday ever,” she said, sharing that post her “Crashed” surprise, she plans to never stop dancing.

Future “Crashed” guests include YouTube stars Joey Graceffa and Tim Delaghetto, Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas, rock band All Time Low, Ashanti and more.

“Sony Music Originals is focused on expanding the relationships between artists and their audiences through original video content, and ‘Crashed’ allows them to do that in memorable and amusing ways by creating fun, unexpected intersections between stars and fans. We think it’s a format that viewers will really enjoy,” said Lee Stimmel, Head of Original Content at Sony Music Entertainment.

Watch the full “Dance Moms” episode of “Crashed” HERE. New episodes air Thursdays on or on the go90 app (available for iOS and Android) through April 6.