Despite her dire illness, Abby Lee Miller is determined to forge on, revealing she has opened a new dance studio and is searching for new students for Dance Moms, season 8.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, plans call for Miller to film Dance Moms 8 from the hospital.
But cancer-stricken Miller shared a photo on Instagram on Friday announcing her Los Angeles studio location for the Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC).
It read, "We're headed back to the West Side Fall 2018," and listed the amenities which included boutique setting, upscale space, "individualized attention" and "unparalleled instruction."
The shot showed a Los Angeles street with palm trees.
Miller wrote as a caption, "We're baaaaaaaack! Enrol NOW at the ALDC Shoppe, 11316 Santa Monica Blvd, 90025. Hours of business Tues - Thurs 11am til 7pm Fri and Sat 11am til 4pm Can't wait to make more ?," with a sunshine emoji.
The previous day, Miller, 51, posted on Instagram that she saw an interview in which actress Amy Adams talked about how she used to be a dancer.
Miller wrote that Adams "…is now one of the most sought after & celebrated Actresses of our generation! I bet SHE won't interrupt me during my class! ⭐Searching for dancers for Season 8 #dancemoms #abbyleemiller #aldcalways @giannamartello @aldcstudiola."
As Radar reported, on June 23, Miller, who has been battling Burkitt lymphoma -- a rare and fast-growing cancer that affects the lymph nodes -- with chemo, confirmed there will be a Dance Moms season 8.
On Friday, August 3, fans offered Miller congratulations on her new L.A. studio announcement, but one asked via Instagram, "Are u out of the hospital."
So far, she's not. The disgraced reality star has been fighting the battle of her life for weeks after a prison stint!
Miller served a sentence in Victorville federal prison for not reporting an international monetary transaction and one count of concealing bankruptcy assets.
Then she was rushed to the hospital where she was diagnosed with cancer.
The dance coach has been using a wheelchair and wearing wigs after losing her hair from chemo.
Fans hope she might be able to visit her new L.A. dance studio for the upcoming Dance Moms, which has been resurrected after being cancelled following Miller's shocking cancer diagnosis.
Miller has a show must go on spirit and it looks like, come fall, she could have a whole lot of dance students to choose from as she preps for season 8 of Dance Moms!
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