Abby Lee Miller is famously known for her tough persona and strict teaching. The “Dance Moms” star got a lot of hate for making her students in the Abby Lee Dance Company cry, but she always prides herself for the way she mentors them. However, it seems that she has to take her own advice right now and save her tears for the pillow.

The 50-year-old dance instructor and choreographer checked into FCC Victorville prison last week. Abby Lee Miller was sentenced to one-year and one-day in prison after pleading guilty to her fraud and money laundering charges.

Although she openly admitted that she made a lot of mistakes in her life, the TV personality also hinted that she is not built for prison.

“I made lots of mistakes,” Miller tearfully told “The ViewJedediah Biladuring her exclusive interview for the “Dance Moms: Abby Tells All” special. “I probably won’t survive,” the dance mentor added.

Even though she always got mad at her ALDC students for crying, the “Dance Moms” star just can’t seem to hide her emotions as tears started to run down her face while trying to accept her fate.

ALDC mentor reveals she won't survive in the clink

Meanwhile, her way of living is not the only thing that Abby Lee Miller needed to adjust. The “Dance Moms” star also had to change her very expensive taste buds because she will only have limited options in the commissary aside from her fixed prison meals every day.

There are only a few varieties in the commissary stock list that Miller can choose from. She can purchase canned albacore tuna, spam, and ramen noodle packages when she’s hungry, or she can snack on some hot and spicy pork skin chips, cola, and cookies and cream ice cream for a few dollars.

Although there is a huge change in her lifestyle right now, Abby Lee Miller already prepared herself for her jail time beforehand.

The "Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition" star reportedly geared herself up for her 366-day sentence by hiring a former law enforcement official for counseling.

Abby tries to stay positive while serving sentence

Aside from that, Abby Lee Miller also planned to make her stay bearable by doing something that would benefit her like reading more, learn Spanish, and even work on a new book while stuck inside the clink.

The famous dance instructor also shared that she will just pretend that she's shooting a movie for 10 months to keep herself sane and survive the whole process.

“A year and a day, it sounds like a movie title,” Miller told Good Morning America at the time. “Let’s just pretend that I’m shooting a movie, and we’re on set, and I’m there for 10 months and that’s the way it’s gonna be.”