Former "Dance Moms" mentor Abby Lee Miller is reportedly ready to mingle now that she has officially entered a halfway house. The controversial TV personality, who lost almost 100 pounds while behind bars, is allegedly "stepping up her game" to land herself a new man, Radar Online reported.

According to the webloid, the 51-year-old choreographer is "desperate" to meet a "new companion" after spending eight lonely months at FCI Victorville [VIDEO]. Apparently, Miller is now "on the prowl for a hunky man" and is allegedly confident of meeting one soon.

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Miller reportedly 'horny as hell'

The webloid also claimed that the "Dance Moms" star has been telling her friends about her desire to meet a new man. Allegedly, Abby Lee Miller has been asking her close pals to "put the word out" and hopes to get a positive response soon.

There were also claims that Miller is eager to show off her massive weight loss, adding that she has been feeling confident about her major transformation.

"Abby’s looking for a b**ty call as soon as possible. She's horny as hell," the source revealed.

Aside from seeking help from her friends, Miller is also reportedly active on dating websites and has been surfing her options out there too.

So far, the former "Dance Moms" instructor and her team have yet to confirm such claims.

Miller's 'serious' health condition

Meanwhile, TMZ previously reported that Abby Lee Miller is suffering from a serious health condition. Apparently, the ALDC owner was admitted to a hospital just two weeks after she entered a halfway house.

According to the outlet, Miller was taken to an emergency room at a nearby L.A.

hospital due to a lingering back injury. Apparently, the "Dance Moms" star has been suffering from the injury for a while and will need to undergo surgery.

Dr. Michael Russo, the weight loss surgeon who performed Miller's gastric sleeve surgery last year, told Entertainment Tonight that her condition has become serious due to severe hypothyroidism.

He explained that Miller has stopped taking one of her thyroid medications, causing her severe muscle and bone pain in her back. The doctor described the choreographer's condition as so severe that she "couldn't even hold a spoon in her hand."

Russo also noted that the "Dance Moms" star is now in a stable condition and has already returned to her halfway house on Tuesday evening.

Abby Lee Miller had been serving her 366-day sentence at FCI Victorville and was transferred [VIDEO] to the Residential Reentry Center in Long Beach at the end of March.