Abby Lee Miller Is Not Done Critiquing Meryl Davis on Dancing With The Stars

Abby Lee Miller, Meryl Davis and Maks Chmerkovskiy

Jul. 8 2014, Published 5:14 p.m. ET

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Remember that time Abby Lee Miller was a guest judge on Dancing With The Stars last season? Of course you do, everyone still has very real feelings about it! And that includes Abby herself.

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Check out the video above to see what she has to say about mirrorball winner Meryl Davis' performance, and see if you also feel that breeze go by because it sure feels like someone is throwing some shade! Abby even elaborates on how she studied pictures of Meryl's feet and why she stands by the comments she made while appearing on the show. So would she guest judge again? Get her answer on that and if she would ever compete as a contestant on the show too!

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Never one to shy away from her true feelings, Abby tell us the one thing that did hurt her feelings from her time on the show, why she has always supported the professional dancers on the show (and would rather just see them dance than the celebs!) and what she thought was a total "publicity stunt" this season.

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Abby's Studio Rescue airs tonight on Lifetime at 9 p.m. ET.

Do you agree with Abby's comments? Would you want to see her compete on DWTS? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine


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