Maddie Ziegler's net worth is reportedly soaring high after the popular teen left "Dance Moms." "The Book Of Henry" actress' name will always be linked to the hit Lifetime show because it is where it all began for her. But now, a new report claims that she's even more successful after leaving the reality television dance series.

Maddie Ziegler may be young but she is one of the most bankable celebrities of her generation. The former "Dance Moms" star has proved to everyone that she is more than just Abby Lee Miller's favorite dancer. After she and her younger sister, Mackenzie Ziegler, left the show, the "Ballerina" actress quickly stepped up her game.

Maddie richer than ever after quitting Lifetime show?

Maddie Ziegler has added actress, model, businesswoman, TV judge, and writer to her already impressive resume. Not only that, "The Book of Henry" actress became Sia's sidekick after their "Chandelier" collaboration turned out to be mega-successful. The teen then began touring with the 41-year-old singer, songwriter, record producer, and music video director, and that boosted Maddie Ziegler's net worth even more.

According to Gazette Review, Maddie Ziegler's net worth for 2017 is $2.5 million. This amount is definitely much larger than what the young star earned from "Dance Moms." On "Dance Moms" she netted roughly $2,000 per episode and $400,000 in total from her time on the show.

'The Book of Henry' actress left Lifetime show to seek greener pastures

"Dance Moms" has certainly opened so many doors for Maddie Ziegler, but it was her hard work and determination that helped the young dancer achieve her current success.

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While the other moms on the show were somewhat happy with her departure, since Abby Lee Miller would give more attention to their daughters, Abby Lee Miller, on the other hand, did not take the news too well. It's no secret that the Lifetime series catapulted Maddie to stardom, but the 14-year-old recently revealed in an interview that she will never ever go back to the show that made her famous.

"I'm really glad that I've moved on from that," Maddie 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." The "Ballerina" star then noted that she was stressed out at 11 years old and thinks that nobody should be dealing with that kind of pressure at such a young age.