'Dance Moms' Is Getting An Aussie Spinoff With Nikki Webster

Get your jazz hands ready because 'Dance Mums Australia' is coming.

Leading the charge as dance teacher Abby Lee Miller did for the original, 'The Masked Singer's own Nikki Webster has issued a casting call for little dancers between eight and 16 who wish to be a part of the reality series.



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She's been keeping fans updated on her progress over Instagram.

"Hey guys it’s Nikki Webster and Dance Moms, well we might call it Dance Mums, is coming to Australia! And I’m searching for the best elite dance troupe in the world and I need you to audition,” Nikki said in a clip posted to Instagram.

“I need you to get me one minute of you dancing and one minute of you having a chat to your mum and upload it.”

According to Nikki's website, the series is after performers who "have the dance moves, dedication and drive to be a star" and "outshine everyone they compete against".

While there's no word yet on whether or not the OG dance queen Abby Lee Miller will be a part of the Aussie series, we'll be curious to see whether or not Nikki will take on the tough love approach as her predecessor did.



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Following her debut into the public eye in her performance in the Sydney 2000 Olympics opening ceremony, Nikki released her famous hit "Strawberry Kisses" before taking time out to run her dance schools.

She most recently returned to the spotlight to go incognito as the Alien in 'The Masked Singer Australia'.

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