chloe lukasiak is definitely not that shy little girl in the corner anymore as she was before in the earlier seasons of "Dance Moms." The "Center Stage: On Pointe" star has now found her voice, and she is not afraid to use it.

People are so used to seeing Chloe not addressing the issues that she had with her teammates and Abby Lee Miller in the hit Lifetime show, but that is not the case anymore. As a matter of fact, the former Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) Junior Elite Competition Team member may have just slammed her former teacher on stage in her recent performance.

Chloe Lukasiak not afraid of Abby Lee Miller anymore?

The 15-year-old dancer, model, and actress is officially back in "Dance Moms." Although she had an emotional reunion with her former ALDC Junior Elite Competition Team members, Chloe Lukasiak opted to join a different studio instead. Out of all other teams to choose from, the young star chose Abby Lee Miller's biggest rival, MDP (Murrieta Dance Project).

Chloe Lukasiak's dance techniques seem to fit perfectly with the MDP team. ALDC's opponent performed a dark number called "Devil's Playground" during the Fierce National Dance Competition in Panorama City, California and nabbed 1st place. Unfortunately for the ALDC team, they only got 4th place in the Feb.

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Chloe Lukasiak throws shade at Abby Lee Miller in 'Dance Moms' Season 7 performance

Fans are still clearly in shock after seeing Chloe in a new team that many failed to notice something quite intriguing during their performance. Before the "Devil's Playground" dance routine ended, Chloe Lukasiak took center stage and held a pair of handcuffs up in the air for everyone to see.

Many took it as the teen's simple dig at her former dance teacher's current legal battles.

This could just be an honest part of the performance, but with Chloe holding the metal rings out of all the dancers in the group made everyone think if there is a meaning behind it. Abby is facing jail time after pleading guilty to bankruptcy fraud and money laundering.