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721 The Irreplaceables
Aliases: Irreplaceables

The Irreplaceables was a team that was created in the second half of Season 7. The team was coached by Cheryl Burke.

On Dance Moms[]

The team was created in There's A New Team In Town Part 1, after the teen members of the ALDC elite team decided to leave the studio due to the return of Abby Lee Miller. Original Dance Moms cast member Chloe Lukasiak also joined the team.

Members[]

Dancer Joined Left Episodes Notes
Camryn Bridges S07E23 S07E27 5 Camryn had been a member of the team since its creation and remained on the team until its final appearance in The Best Is Yet to Come.
Chloe Lukasiak S07E23 S07E27 5 Chloe had been a member of the team since its creation and remained on the team until its final appearance in The Best Is Yet to Come. She later joined the team to tour.
Kalani Hilliker S07E23 S07E27 5 Kalani had been a member of the team since its creation and remained on the team until its final appearance in The Best Is Yet to Come. She later joined the team to tour.
Kendall Vertes S07E23 S07E27 5 Kendall had been a member of the team since its creation and remained on the team until its final appearance in The Best Is Yet to Come. She later joined the team to tour.
Nia Frazier S07E23 S07E27 5 Nia had been a member of the team since its creation and remained on the team until its final appearance in The Best Is Yet to Come. She was scheduled to join the team to tour around the US, however, she dropped out prior to the first tour date due to unknown reasons.

Guest Members[]

Dancer Joined Left Episodes Notes
Reagan Martin S07E26 S07E26 1 Reagan is a dancer from Dolce Dance Studio. She was invited to join the team due to the absence of Kendall in Under Cheryl's Spell.

Post-Dance Moms[]

In October 2017, The Irreplaceables, excluding Camryn, announced that they would be going on tour around the United States. Shortly before the tour began, Nia dropped out from the tour for unknown reasons. The tour eventually continued featuring just Chloe, Kalani, Kendall and their mothers.

During an interview, Kira revealed that it was the moms who funded the tour, with no help from Lifetime. However, she also mentioned that Lifetime wants to film the tour.

The tour was later extended and featured shows in South America, United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia.

Gallery[]

To view the gallery for The Irreplaceables, click here.

External Links[]

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