Maddie Ziegler is doing it again, just when "Dance Moms" matriarch Abby Lee Miller is heading to prison. Countless times, Ziegler expressed her disappointment in the show and according to the latest news, she even called it "the worst" experience of her life. During her tenure in the show, the "Dance Moms" alum was very vocal about what she disliked in the show. Everybody knows she once accused Miller of having favorites among the dancers.

Hollywood Life report that recounting how stressful the show was, she's happy to have moved on from it and begin the process of making it on her own; outside the shadow of the dance reality show.

Despite this, she also mentioned how she misses the other girls; also thanking the show for the experience. Maddie Ziegler, 14, used this experience to establish herself as a dancer, a teenager vlogger, designer, and author.

Since leaving "Dance Moms," the older Ziegler also earned some online bashers, but she's not giving into them, Instead, she said she prefers ignoring their harsh treatment and concentrate on her new endeavor outside the show that made her popular. She's currently working on her new books entitled "The Audition" and "The Maddie Diaries: A Memoir."

Meanwhile, another "Dance Moms" alum is said to return to the show. chloe lukasiak who left before Maddie and her sister Mackenzie Ziegler was first rumored to return for Season 7.

During this time, it was Abby Lee Miller who was fighting to stay afloat after being charged with fraud in 2015. The show was literally in chaos as Miller took things personally; significantly affecting the show.

Chloe Lukasiak's return to 'Dance Moms'

In an interview with Chloe, she revealed how nervous she was returning to the show.

She confirmed however that she had not seen Abby, but Gianna was there. Meanwhile, under Cheryl Burke's supervision, Lukasiak may have subtly shared Burke's difference with Miller after she commented how the two coaches were as competitive, but with Burke showing more concern for the dancers.

While she admits crying a lot because of the show's unending drama, she gives it credit for keeping an open mind that this is entertainment and they are all here to please the fans.

When asked whether she feels different now, she answered: "The weird thing was that it wasn't weird even though for two years I learned how to live without the cameras around."

"Dance Moms" will premiere on Tuesday, August 1 at 9 PM on Lifetime.