Abby Lee Miller Shares Old Pic From When She Was A Teen Rocking White Spandex Tights And Leg Warmers!

Abby Lee Miller Shares Old Pic From When She Was A Teen Rocking White Spandex Tights And Leg Warmers!
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Abby Lee Miller took to her IG account to share another throwback pic and she looks unrecognizable in the typical ’70s attire and hair! The dance instructor showed her followers a side of her they had never seen before and pretty much everyone loved it!

The Dance Moms star gave some serious JoJo Siwa vibes as well since she was wearing her hair in a side ponytail!

Furthermore, she was also rocking white spandex pants and a pair of matching leg warmers in the never before seen throwback snap.

Lately, while in quarantine and while also continuing to recover after her cancer battle, Abby has been sharing a lot of older pics with her followers, much to their excitement.

So as soon as she posted the pic that showed her as a teen in the ’70s, they were quick to shower her with love and gush over how cute she was in the candid pic in which she was dancing!

The photo features Abby showing off her moves along with another young girl.

What people really loved however, was seeing her in the typical ‘70s fashion, her taupe leg warmers, leggings and boots being all the rage at the time.

The reason for that is also because that kind of fashion has pretty much made a comeback nowadays since stars such as Kim Kardashian like to wear similar things.

‘I have no idea where this was or what I was doing? Looks like JAZZ from that demi plié in parallel 2nd!’ Abby wrote in the caption.

She then went on to also mention the side ponytail, a hairstyle one of her most famous former dance students, Jojo Siwa is known for always rocking.

Well, it turns out that Abby had the look perfected long before Jojo!

‘I’m telling you – the side pony was my go to look! 🤣.How old was I?’ she continued in the caption.

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  • Daybreaq
    Daybreaq Apr 9, 2020 11:38 PM PDT

    It was the early 80s not the 70s.

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