Abby Lee Miller has shared her cancer battle with fans every step of the way.
The treatment has been brutal and the Dance Moms star hasn't sugar-coated her dire situation!
On Friday, she posted an Instagram photo of herself in a hospital bed and wrote as a caption, "just finished my 5th round of Chemo!!! I think I deserve a little treat today, so I'm putting on my make-up just in case!"
Brave Miller, 51, was smiling into the camera with a black stocking cap on her head to cover where she's losing her hair during the chemotherapy.
She sported large hoop earrings and was putting a mascara wand up to her eyes.
Fans weighed in with their support, with one writing on Instagram, "Stay strong Abby?we love you?," and another saying, "I will pray for you."
Another follower weighed in with "Stay Encouraged! You look Beautiful!❤"
In March, after serving her time in prison, Miller was transferred to a halfway house in Van Nuys, California.
But soon, she had to be rushed to the hospital!
The reality TV star was ultimately diagnosed with Burkitt lymphoma, a rare and fast-growing cancer that affects the lymph nodes. She's endured lots of chemotherapy since then.
Still, Miller is returning to work on Dance Moms season 8, as a source exclusively told Radar. "They have started filming and apparently they will pick up from inside the hospital, where Abby needs to build a team from scratch. She's starting all over, a full reset."
Although Miller has been battling cancer at a Los Angeles hospital, she is expected to "go back to her roots in Pittsburg to build a new Abby Lee Dance Company team with all new unknown names on the new season," the insider noted.
The star has been candid with her fans, often sharing photos of her fight for life, including a nasty back surgery scar and a photo of herself getting physical therapy in a hospital harness .
Now Miller has revealed her chemotherapy hell as fans desperately hope she gets well soon!
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