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Season One, Episode Six
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Air Date: August 17, 2011
Viewers: 1.362 million, 0.5 rating (18-49)[1]
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"Dying to Dance" is the sixth episode of the first season. It first aired on August 17, 2011.

Synopsis

Christi’s grandmother is taken to a hospital and Christi must choose between dance and family. Cathy leads the other moms to get botox in celebration of Kelly's fortieth birthday.

Competition Attended

Starpower Regionals in Providence, Rhode Island, on May 20-22, 2011.[2][3]

Weekly Dances

Abby Lee Dance Company
Dancer(s)
Dance Name
Dance Style
Place
Nia
Brooke
Paige
Chloe
Vivi-Anne
Mackenzie
Maddie
Where Have All The Children Gone Contemporary 1st (8 and under)
1st, 11 & under other excellence
5 Stars
[4]
Brooke Supermodel Acrobatic 6th (12 to 14)
Highest Scoring Acro Solo[5]
5 Stars
[6]
Chloe
Per Les Moi Musical Theatre 5 Stars[7]
Baby Mine
(Not Shown)
Musical Theatre 2nd (9 to 11)[8]
5 Stars[9]
Highest Scoring Musical Theatre Solo
[10]
Maddie
Beautiful Lyrical 1st (9 to 11)
5 Stars[11]
Highest Scoring Lyrical Solo
[12]
Cry
(Not Shown)
Lyrical 5 Stars[13]
Nia
Brooke
Paige
Chloe
Maddie
My Pumps
(Not Shown)
Jazz Funk 1st [8] (9 to 11)
3rd, 11 & under other excellence
Entertainment Award
5 Stars
[14]
Vivi-Anne
Mackenzie
Runaway Barbies
(Not Shown)
Acrobatic Jazz did not place

Photo Gallery

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Video Gallery

To view the video gallery for "Dying to Dance," visit subpage Dying to Dance/Videos.

References

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