Abby Lee Miller Drags GMA's Lara Spencer After Laughing At Prince George For Learning Ballet - Check Out The Video Message!

Abby Lee Miller Drags GMA's Lara Spencer After Laughing At Prince George For Learning Ballet - Check Out The Video Message!
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Good Morning America anchor, Lara Spencer, seemingly mocked Prince George’s apparent interest in dance, more precisely, ballet and as you can imagine, many slammed her for having such a closeminded perception on things. That being said, the latest to criticize Lara is none other than Abby Lee Miller who went off on the other in a clip she posted on Instagram.

Abby even suggested the TV anchor to donate her income to the arts as penance!

6 year old Prince George’s school curriculum includes ballet and Spencer thought it would be Okay to mock the child for his interest in the demanding art.

It did not take the famous dance instructor a long time to come after her, telling Lara that it was ‘time to wake up.’

‘’Good Morning America’, it is time to wake up. I am not even going to say her name, because she is getting way too much publicity and I do not need every one of my followers to start following her. That is not what we want here. We want so much more. How about donating your salary for an entire year to the arts? That'd be wonderful,’ the Dance Moms star said in her video.

She went on to argue that ‘I have so many male dancers I have trained that have amazing careers. Their Saturday morning ballet classes sure paid off. They are on Broadway. They are on world tours. They are in the new Steven Spielberg movie. I mean, come on. It’s 2019. I thought this stuff was over. Guess I was wrong.’

The backlash came after Lara laughed when she mentioned during her Hot News segment that Prince George’s curriculum also includes ballet.

In the meantime, she apologized and took this opportunity to educate herself on the trials and tribulations of male dancers.

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