Former director and coach Abby Lee Miller is set to take revenge on "Dance Moms," the show she has loved for so long but dropped it after a conflict with a producer arose. In a lengthy Instagram post, the feisty trainer announced her exit from the show.

It can be recalled that she exited from the show because she has been manipulated, discredited, and disrespected. She informed that she asked to be credited for her dance techniques, her costume choices, and her effective training that birthed famous dancers like Chloe Lukasiak and Maddie Ziegler. However, her request was not granted.

She left the show with intense drama even talking with a hoarse voice during an interview about her departure from the show. Now, according to Celebeat, she is asking fans to pay $65 to be able to view her no-holds-barred monolog on everything about the show.

She will host "Dish the Dirt on Dance Moms with Abby Lee" at the Saddle Brook Marriott as announced on her Instagram account. She will allegedly tell in detail the reasons why she left and her journey on the show.

Meanwhile, Radar Online reported that Abby Lee Miller has posted a video of one of her students Kendall Vertes wearing an ALDC sweatshirt captioned, "Sometimes a girl just needs to let loose!" The caption also said, "@Kendallvertes is always pretty in her ALDC light pink hoodie." The video caused fans of "Dance Moms" to speculate that maybe she is set to return to the show.

Miller has announced earlier that she has pitched a new show with her Mini team. Details are not yet available at present. 

"Dance Moms" is currently under the direction of former "Dancing with the Stars" alumna Cheryl Burke. Abby Lee Miller is set to appear in court on May 8 for the promulgation of her sentence which is up to 30 months imprisonment. Miller pleaded guilty to fraud and concealing bankruptcy assets in June 2016.