A couple of days after Abby Lee Miller surprised everyone by quitting as the “Dance Moms” host; Lifetime already had a new choreographer that would replace her on the show. The “Dancing with the Stars” professional Cheryl Burke is set to take the stage.

In fact, she now gets to work and starts filming for the dance reality television series. The addition of Cheryl in the show comes in as a surprise as nobody knows that the network already has a replacement. “We haven’t been told anything about Abby being replaced or released from the show other than seeing the stories run last night,” a source told People.

Introducing the new host

Chery has been part of “Dancing with the Stars” for 19 seasons and becomes the first female pro that wins two consecutive Mirrorball Trophies in the second and third seasons of the show.

She left the dance competition television series when her contract expired in season 19 but later returned in season 23.

Cheryl shows Abby she has it

The 32-year-old dance instructress first hinted her return on her Instagram account but didn’t specifically reveal what it is. “Back to work! Dance Dance Dance,” she captioned the photo of her shoes while standing on a dance floor.

Later, she then revealed her stint in “Dance Moms” by sharing a picture of herself inside a dance studio. “Do I like what I see? We got this. #winnersneverquit #dancemoms,” she wrote. She also gave a glimpse of her young self while in a dancing competition, saying that just like Abby; she also grew with a tiger mom.

And with director and owner of Reign Dance Productions’ claims that she might not stay longer in the show, the model said that she knows how to motivate the young kids from within.

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“We’re here to succeed and create together,” she added.

Abby v Lifetime

As Abby got surprised with her quick replacement in “Dance Moms,” she said that she perfectly knows that Lifetime will treat Cheryl a lot better than her. However, she still doubts that if the “Dancing with the Stars” professional stays longer on the show, the network might also start to disrespect her.