With "Dance Moms" coming to an end, many are hoping that the original cast of the hit Lifetime show will be back and be a part of "Dance Moms" season 7. While Chloe Lukasiak already confirmed that she wants to compete again in Nationals, another fan favorite, Maddie Ziegler, has not commented about the show's final installment.

Chloe Lukasiak and Maddie Ziegler have always been the dream duo of the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) Junior Elite Competition team. But when it comes to solos, the show's terror dance teacher, Abby Lee Miller, most of the time pit them against each other and favored Maddie Ziegler over Chloe Lukasiak.

Did the 50-year-old dance instructor, choreographer, and director's unfair treatment affect the two young stars' friendship?

Are former ALDC teammates Chloe Lukasiak and Maddie Ziegler not BFFs anymore?

Maddie Ziegler has previously revealed that she and the "Center Stage: On Pointe" actress are not as close as before anymore. The 14-year-old dancer, actress, and model then shared that she missed her old friend: “We haven’t really talked to each other and things have changed between us...it’s really sad because I obviously miss her,” she said in one of the "Dance Moms" episodes, as reported by Inquisitr.

Chloe Lukasiak also echoed the revelation of the "Ballerina" star regarding the status of their friendship.

In a recent interview, the 15-year-old "Dance Moms" season 7 star revealed that while she and another ALDC original team member, Nia Sioux, have always been close, she has not kept in touch with Maddie Ziegler.

Did Abby Lee Miller start rift between Chloe Lukasiak and Maddie Ziegler?

While many may think that the rift in the pair's friendship was a result of Abby Lee Miller's treatment, the "Dance Moms" season 7 star noted that it was actually their busy schedules that played a big role in their falling out.

"It’s just hard to stay close when you’re traveling all over the world," Chloe shared with Teen Vogue. "We're not as close as we used to be, but that's just kind of what happens, unfortunately."