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Abby Lee Miller isn’t too concerned about going to prison. Here she is pictured at Los Angeles Film Festival on June 14, 2017 in Culver City, California. Getty Images

Abby Lee Miller’s life is about to change. The “Dance Moms” star is due to start her prison sentence on Wednesday, spending one year and one day behind bars.

The reality TV star was sentenced in early May by a federal judge after committing bankruptcy fraud and failing to report an international monetary transaction. It has not been confirmed which day she’ll be get out, though the judge who sentenced Miller informed her that she could transition to a halfway house after serving 10 months, according to ABC News. Deadline has also reported that Miller could be released in eight months time “if she is found to exhibit good behavior.”

Abby won’t be entirely free come the end of her prison stay, however. Her sentence also consists of two-years probation.

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Despite being sentenced for her crimes in her home state of Pennsylvania, Miller requested to serve her sentence near her San Bernardino, California, home. The TV personality will be imprisoned at FCI Victorville facility in California starting at 2 p.m. pacific time on Wednesday.

When Abby enter the facility, she’ll have a drastically different lifestyle than the one she’s used to. While the dance coach’s latest Instagram posts shows her vacationing, getting spa treatments and dining at expensive restaurants, TMZ reports she will have to feast on already-selected prison food during her stay.

“For lunch, it’ll be burgers, with a choice of fries or a baked potatoes and fruit,” the site reports of Wednesday’s women’s federal prisons menu. “When dinner times rolls around she’ll chow on a deli sandwich or hummus wrap, along with bean soup and potato salad.”

“At the weekend’s looking up for Abby,” the site adds. “Sloppy joes for lunch on Saturday and chicken tacos at night!”

Fortunately for Abby, she doesn’t seem too concerned about being locked away. On Monday night, she joked with TMZ’s cameras about her upcoming prison stay. “There’s no way to prepare,” she said, laughing with the paparazzi about being the “next Martha Stewart” following her release and adding, “I have free rent for 10 months... It’s like vacation.”

Abby also told cameras she may have plans for a “breakout tour” after her release.

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While Miller is behind bars her former co-stars will continue on with the show that originally made the dance coach a household name. In August, Lifetime will premiere the second half of “Dance Moms” Season 7. And while Miller is shown in the trailer, she will not star in every episode.

Miller famously quit the show in April, slamming producers of the reality series for allegedly treating her “like dirt” during filming. She was quickly replaced by “Dancing With the Stars” alum Cheryl Burke.