- In a new interview with E!’s Daily Pop, Abby Lee Miller revealed how she’s currently feeling.
- Abby said she’s “feeling good,” after undergoing extensive treatment for Burkitt lymphoma, a rare type of cancer.
- Abby stars in the newest season of Dance Moms: Resurrection on Lifetime.
If you’ve been following Abby Lee Miller’s health, you know that she’s been through a lot over the past year. She’s had several spinal surgeries, been through many rounds of chemo to treat a rare form of cancer called Burkitt lymphoma, and is currently in a wheelchair.
In a new interview with E!’s Daily Pop, Abby opened up about the current state of her health—and how much she relies on strangers on a daily basis.
First things first: Abby swears the experience—you know, undergoing treatment for a rare type of cancer and serving a yearlong prison sentence—hasn’t changed her. “I just have always felt that people don’t change, circumstances change,” she said, adding that she believes everyone is “living out a script that was written long, long ago.”
But later on, Abby said that she actually has changed in one way: She asks people for help more often now. “I rely on other people every day of my life. Other people to get me ready, to grab something,” she said.
Abby added that people will often open doors for her and she’s generally found that strangers are super helpful. “These are perfect strangers but yet I rely on them, all the time,” she said. “It renews your faith in humankind and that people are genuinely nice and helpful.”
As for her relationships with her students (ICYMI, she’s back teaching at Abby Lee Dance Company in Pittsburgh), she said not a lot has changed there, either. She’s back teaching at the Abby Lee Dance Company in Pittsburgh and she said her students seem to “forget” about her condition while she’s teaching. “When I start to speak and I’m yelling or teaching, [her students] get in the zone and I think they forget about the chair,” she said. “I forget about the chair.”
But overall, Abby said she’s feeling good. “I’m feeling okay, I’m feeling good,” Abby said. “I like to work.” As for what she’s working towards right now, Abby recently said she plans to be walking again in September after having knee replacement surgery this summer.”I’ve had two different therapists say there’s no doubt,” she said.
Abby’s newest season of Dance Moms: Resurrection airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.
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