chloe lukasiak left "Dance Moms" in season 4 after a heated argument erupted between her mom, Christi Lukasiak, and the famously strict dance teacher, Abby Lee Miller. A couple of seasons later, her biggest rival, Maddie Ziegler, also left the hit Lifetime show to seek greener pasteur and to focus on her individual career.

Chloe Lukasiak showed interest in competing again, which is why the 15-year-old dancer, actress, and model decided to return to "Dance Moms" despite her emotional exit. Maddie Ziegler, on the other hand, is not willing to give the reality dance television series another try.

Maddie Ziegler totally done with 'Dance Moms,' glad she's out of Lifetime show?

During the "Dance Moms" season 7 finale, Chloe Lukasiak revealed that the reason for her return is that she missed doing competitions. These dance competitions that the "Center Stage: On Pointe" actress was talking about are the very reasons why Maddie Ziegler is glad to be finally moving on from doing.

Although she was clearly Abby Lee Miller's favorite student, the 14-year-old "Ballerina" star just could not take the pressure that was given to her at a very young age. Maddie Ziegler revealed in a recent interview that she was stressed out at the age of 11, and believes that nobody deserves that.

Maddie Zieglere reveals Lifetime show was too much pressure for young dancers

"I'm really glad that I've moved on from that," the young star told People. "I did learn a lot from her [Abby], and we did have like some fun times, but I feel like now I've never been happier in my life and I'm not stressed at all." She then revealed that she will never ever go back to the hit Lifetime show because the stress was just too much.

As for Chloe Lukasiak, her comeback in "Dance Moms" season 8 does not mean that she will be dancing for Abby Lee Miller. In fact, the talented dancer will be competing against her former Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) Junior Elite Competition Team mates, under MDP (Murrieta Dance Project), which happens to be the ALDC's biggest rival.