sábado, 4 de febrero de 2017

WHY CHLOE LUKASIAK RETURN TO DANCE MOMS???



Following IBT’s appearance at the Season 7 finale taping in Asbury Park, New Jersey, on Nov. 11, Lifetime confirmed Chloe’s was at the event. Chloe did not compete with the ALDC at Starboard National Talent Competition but she was photographed backstage. When asked if Chloe’s return was permanent, Lifetime had this to say: “Just visiting... for now.”

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On Tuesday, the network released a super trailer for the current season showing the “Dance Moms” alum’s return to her team and the drama that follows. The end of the promo shows Chloe, 15, and Christi surprising Abby Lee Miller’s elite junior team backstage at competition.

“Who missed me?” Chloe asks and she walks through the door. “I’ve been thinking about competing again,” she adds.

While Chloe’s former teammates are brought to tears over her appearance, Abby is less than thrilled by the mother-daughter duo’s arrival. “Fire me!” she screams repeatedly as Christi, who has long had issues with Abby, looks up in surprise.

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WHAT CHLOE SAID TO TEEN VOGUE

"I’ve found my voice," Chloe Lukasiak tells Teen Vogue of how she's changed since she's been away from Dance Moms, the TV show that introduced her to the world. (She left the series back in 2014.) "I think I can stick up for myself in a way I never have before."

But leaving wasn't goodbye forever, as Chloe is returning to the show this season, making her grand reappearance for the finale. She says that it's definitely going to be dramatic – but could we really expect anything else?

Though she's known as a dance prodigy, Chloe has been busy building her career through other avenues. Namely, acting and fashion design. After starring as Gwen in Center Stage: On Pointe," she's continuing her acting career with a role as a gamer in the upcoming Loophole*. She's also looking forward to the release of her new clothing line, and of course, returning to Nationals on the show that she describes as having defined her childhood.

In her first interview since the news of her Dance Moms return broke, Teen Vogue talked to Chloe about her upcoming performances, dealing with insecurities, and playing Super Mario to prepare for a film role. If only all gigs could be that sweet.

Teen Vogue: What was it like to return to Dance Moms after so much time away from the show?

Chloe Lukasiak: I came into my mom's room one night – that's kind of what I do every night, and we talk about the day – and she said she heard the girls are back in Pittsburgh and that the show might be ending. It made me really sad, because that was my childhood, that was how I grew up. I was like, maybe we should go back for Nationals. I would love to see them dance and kind of see what everyone’s been up to. My mom got in touch with them, and they were like, yes! Come back! We’ll see what’s going to happen next. It was really amazing. It was a little bit different, because the team has changed a lot since I’ve left. There were people I’d never met before, but for me it was very much like walking back to my own home. I was like, that is my childhood.

TV: How have you evolved as a dancer, and a person, since we last saw you on the show?

CL: As a person, I think I’ve grown up a lot. I’ve done movies, and I’ve found my voice. I’d say I’m more independent, not completely independent because you still need your mom at 15. But I think I can stick up for myself in a way I never have before. As a dancer, I went through a lot of phases, I stopped competing, but recently I realized I missed doing hardcore training like that, being exhausted and working as hard as I can. I really missed that atmosphere..

TV: What can viewers expect to see from you at Nationals?

CL: I have a pretty dramatic entrance. Nobody knew we were coming. Just look for Nia Frazier’s reaction. It was the most amazing thing I’ve seen this year. And Holly cried, and it made me cry. There are also some amazing dances, of course.

TV: Are you still close with Maddie Ziegler, and the other original girls?

CL: Not as much anymore. Nia and I have always been close, but I don’t get to see Maddie and Brooke that often. It’s just hard to stay close when you’re traveling all over the world. We're not as close as we used to be, but that's just kind of what happens, unfortunately.

TV: You’re releasing your first fashion line this spring. Have you always wanted to design clothes?

CL: I’ve always been very interested in fashion. It's been something I've liked all my life, and I get that from my mom. And my sister, oh my god, I want to dress just like her. She’s my inspiration. [Her style is] very confident. In my style, I lean more for comfort. The first thing I say after trying a dress on for an event or something is: "OK, it's comfy, I can wear it!"

TV: Is that what we can expect from your line? Comfy and casual?

CL: Yes. The line will be comfortable, very cute, there are some fun patterns that I really like. There’s also some quotes I really like on the shirts, but I don’t want to give too much away. I’m really excited about it.

TV: You appeared on The Doctors about a year ago to open up about your eye surgery. People were pretty brutal about pointing out your silent sinus syndrome – or "lazy eye" – before that. How did you deal with that?

CL: I’m not going to lie, it was really hard. I was always one of those types of people to ignore it. Like, people are going to say stuff no matter what, but that truly just bothered me. It was something I couldn’t fix or hide. I actually started taking selfies of just half of my face at one point, because I was so insecure about it. That’s not a good thing. You should be proud of yourself, and I wasn’t. We eventually went to the doctor and started figuring out what was wrong with my eye. It took a long time to figure out what was actually wrong. One time, I get 17 vials of blood taken, and I had to dance afterward, which is really hard. Eventually they figured it out, and then I had the surgery.

TV: What would you say to people who are insecure about some part of themselves – especially the parts they can't change?

CL: This is unoriginal, but you honestly have to do your best to ignore [bullying] and do things that make you happy. When you're doing what truly makes you happy inside, you just won't care about what anybody else says. It won't matter. You don’t have to be arrogant, but you have to confident.

TV: What gives you the confidence to put yourself out there?

CL: When I was on Dance Moms, I wasn’t really confident in myself. I was always beating myself up, really critiquing myself. It’s just something you have to keep telling yourself. To some degree, I’m always like psyching myself out saying things like, “Chloe, you can do this.” "Chloe, I believe in you." [Dealing with all the critiques] is really hard, I’m not going to lie. But you have to know it’s going to make you even stronger. You just have to keep pushing through. It’s much easier said than done, but I just try to block out [the negativity].

TV: You just finished filming Loophole. Tell us about your character.

CL: This role is actually the first time I am ever the lead in a movie, which is a lot more pressure than I was expecting. It was a lot to adjust to at first. It was a lot more action-based than anything I’ve done before. It’s very much a story of good vs. evil, but I won't give too much away. I liked my character, she’s very different than me. She’s a video gamer, and she wasn’t very into fashion. I wore a light yellow shirt with a flannel around my waist and ripped up jeans for pretty much half of the movie. In the beginning, I was like, playing video games to get into character. I went back and picked up my DS and played Super Mario.

TV: What's next in the future: acting, dancing, or both?

CL: Both! I want to keep doing both. Dance Moms right now, and then hopefully some more movies you’ll see.

TV: If you could talk to yourself five years ago, what would you tell her?

CL: I would tell her to worry less. Everything works out as it should, there’s no reason not to be confident in yourself. You have to be your #1 fan. Worry less, be more confident – those are the key things in my life.

SOURCE: TEEN VOGUE 

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