Abby Lee Miller's jail time has definitely made a lot of changes in "Dance Moms." While the cancellation rumors have been making its rounds on the Internet for quite awhile, some spoiler clips revealed that the Lifetime show still has a gas on its tank. However, a recent spoiler clip revealed that this could finally be it for the reality dance television series.

To make matters worse, the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) Elite Competition Team are not sticking to their studio for their alleged last and final performance. Kalani Hiliker, Nia Sioux, Kendall Vertes, and Camryn Bridges all joined former ALDC member, chloe lukasiak, in a different dance studio, 8 Count Dance Academy, where they posed together and looked like a dance dream team.

ALDC Elite Team leaves Abby Lee Miller

Nia Sioux' mom, Holly Frazier, confirmed their studio switch when she posted a photo of the ALDC Elite Competition Team with Chloe Lukasiak and captioned it, "An end of an era, the beginning of our future...." then added the hashtags "notthesameold8count" and "#ireplaceable"

Meanwhile, a "Dance Moms" season 8 spoiler clip revealed that the reason why ALDC Elite Competition Team member, Brynn Rumfallo, was not in the picture because she allegedly decided to "finish what she started" in Abby Lee Miller's studio.

According to the spoiler clip, The 13-year-old dancer will join the minis, Elliana Walmsley, Lilliana Ketchman, and Maesi Caes for the final performance.

'Dance Moms' may have finally reached the end of the line

The "Dance Moms" season 8 cancellation rumor was seemingly confirmed by Kendall Vertes' mom, Jill Vertes, when she and the rest of the moms talked to Brynn Rumfallo's mother, Ashlee Rumfallo, and told her that her daughter should join them.

The spoiler clip showed the moms convincing Ashlee that Brynn should be dancing with their girls for the last time.

Ashlee Rumfallo defended her decision through social media but at the same time confirmed the cancellation of "Dance Moms." Brynn Rumfallo's mom said that the girls should stick with Abby Lee Miller for the "very last episode" of the show because they wouldn't be called a team in the first place without the 50-year-old dance teacher, choreographer, and director.