DANCE MOMS, HOSTED BY JENNIFER MCDONALD and BILL MOORE, is back for its fifth season, and this year, the cast and producers are bringing a whole new group of ladies along for the ride.
DANCE is a brand-new series that’s been created specifically for women to dance with their moms.
We’re proud to share with you the premiere of the new season, titled “Dance Moms.”
This season features new talent on the Dance Mommies team including: Aya Cash, Anna Lee, Anika Gomes, Dolly Madison, and Amber C. Brown.
This week, we’re joined by the producers of DANCE as they welcome the new cast to the show.
You can see all the clips of the first episode of the season right here.
Here are some highlights from the premiere: “Dancing with the Daughters” is a celebration of mothers’ lives and what makes them so special.
Each week, DANCE hosts a new cast member to take on a different choreography for a special dance that is designed to bring together the mother and daughter to share a celebration.
These new dancers are part of the dance team that has grown over the last four seasons.
The group includes a number of women from different backgrounds including an all-star cast of choreographers including: Karyn Kusama, Amy Seimetz, Mandy Moore, Jessica Lange, Anna Sotomayor, and Olivia Wilde.
“A Very Dancing Mom” takes a new look at what it means to be a mom and what it feels like to be an outcast in a world full of people who can’t quite take you in.
We want to hear your stories, so check out the premiere episode to find out how you feel about dancing with your mom.
The premiere episode is hosted by JENNIFFY MOORE and B.J. COUSINS.
It’s directed by THEY LEWIS.
You’ll hear from two of DANCING MOM’s new members, MARY MOSS and SONJA MOSS, who are both very talented and come from all different backgrounds.
They have been working on the series for several years, and are excited to finally be back with their mom.
They tell us that the producers have been super supportive and have been able to keep things very intimate in the show, even in the beginning.
It feels great to see so many of these young moms in the dance studio together.
MARY, who is the oldest member of the team, told us that she really enjoyed her time working with her new mom, but that she can’t wait to see what the rest of the world is going to think about her.
SONDA, who was the youngest member of DANTE, told DANCE that she has always felt that she could do anything at home and has always been a “DANCE Momm.”
She has had a blast with her mom, and was excited to work with her again.
You’re going to love what the dancers are bringing to the dance.
You are going to see some really exciting dance moves in this episode and you are going a step further than just dancing around.
You will be taking the choreography and moving it into the real world, as we did with the other episodes.
We are so happy to see that these new moms are really excited about the new show.
There is so much that we want to share about the dance and to see them doing it.
You need to check out our episode guide right here to learn more about this new series.
The Dance Mama Team: Anna Lee (Dance Mom) DANCEMOMS: AnnaLee, a.k.a. the DANCERMOM, was born and raised in Lubbock, Texas.
She began dancing in her teens and has spent the past decade focusing on her career in music and acting.
She has appeared in the award-winning TV show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” directed by Judd Apatow, and is currently starring in the movie “DANCER MOM.”
Anna Lee has won a number: the “American Dance Academy Award,” the “Outstanding Young Actress” award, the “Best New Actress” and “Best Director” awards.
She also recently starred in the film “DRAGON,” which she directed.
Anna Lee is also a writer, director and performer.
DANCERS MOM: DANCESTOMS is the newest member of a new generation of DANSTERS Moms, a group that combines dancing, acting and comedy.
The dance group was formed in 2017 to celebrate the joy of motherhood.
DAN STAMPS, a mother and dance instructor, created the DANCEmoms group after seeing how much her daughter was enjoying the new series and wanted to