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Candy Apples leader Cathy Nesbitt-Stein will stop at nothing in her crusade to beat Abby Lee Miller's dance company - including bringing back one of Dance Moms' most controversial characters: Kaya "Black Patsy" Wiley! Yes, the woman who named herself after the ultimate stage mom, Patsy Ramsey, mother of JonBenet, is back with a vengeance.
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While Abby is in Los Angeles filming the second season of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition and scouting a place to potentially open a Hollywood studio, she sends moms Kelly, Jill and Holly to spy on Cathy's new group of dancers. Surprise, surprise, Cathy has brought in two girls with ties to Abby in hopes of getting under her nemesis' skin. Hadley and her mother Yvette are out for blood because Abby called Hadley "roadkill" on the first season of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition. Kaya and her daughter Nikaya previously clashed with Abby when they briefly joined the ALDC last year.
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So with Hadley and Nikaya in the mix, Cathy is ready to go head-to-head with Abby on next week's episode. But first things first, here's a few of our favorite lines from this week!
"I think that Jill, Kelly and Holly are just a bunch of damn stalkers. Why would you be at a competition if your kids are not performing?" — Kaya
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"We walk into the dressing room and there's Black Patsy and she has this new look. And she looks exactly... she has Holly's hairdo and is dressed like Holly and I'm thinking to myself, are you trying to be Holly? Because you will never be like Holly, Black Patsy, no matter how hard you try, you'll never be like Dr. Holly!" — Kelly
"They let her back in? She got kicked out of the last competition... They escorted you out! We saw it. They told us the police are here, just in case you have a little issue." — Jill to Kaya & the CADC
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"Put your mouth on vacation!" — Cathy to Jill
"Kelly would probably make the best stripper. Bacause a) she started out as a dancer, b) she failed at being a dancer and c) she's always taking her clothes off!" — Abby
"When I visit L.A., I'm like obese... and you said they love Abby there?" — Christi to Kristie
"I always wanted to be a Cali girl. And Lord knows, I don't want to die in Pittsburgh!" — Abby
Are you happy that Kaya is back? Will Cathy take down Abby next week? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @OKmagazine. Photo credit: Lifetime TV
SEOUL (Reuters) - Life as one of the 'Yuna Kids' demands sacrifices few 16-year-olds are willing to make, but for budding South Korean starlets Kim Jin-seo and Kim Hae-jin the chance to learn from the "mother of figure skating" is worth every second of a childhood spent on skates.
EASTBOURNE, England (Reuters) - Who can a woman turn to when everything falls apart? Her mother, of course - even if, in Li Na's case, it necessitated a 12-hour flight from Paris to China after her early exit from the French Open.
Not many films get made in Latvia every year, so the chance to see one is a rarity and with a film like “Mother, I Love You” (“Mammu, es Tevi milu”), it’s also a treat. Directed by Janis Nords, the film tells a fairly simple story in a very sophisticated way, proving the too-often forgotten truth that with good cinematic storytelling any tale can be tense, suspenseful and emotional. The winner of an award in the Generation category (the youth section) at the 2013 Berlin Film Festival, “Mother, I Love You” captures all of the drama and desperation of a young boy caught in a difficult situation from his unique perspective.Raimonds (Kristofers Konovalovs) is a young boy living with his single obstetrician mother (Vita Varpina) in Riga. He scooters to school, plays saxophone in the band and plays Wii at home when his mother heads out late at night. They coexist more like roommates than mother and son at times, even squabbling over laundry. Raimonds also hangs out with his friend Peteris,...
Even though Angelina Jolie cannot attend Brad Pitt’s premiere for his zombie-apocalypse flick World War Z, her presence looms large Monday during the Times Square-takeover event. The Oscar winner, 38, sends dad Jon Voight and brother James Haven to support her man’s latest blockbuster. After Brad wades out into the crowd to sign autographs and pose for selfies with assembled fans, the shaggy-haired superstar, 49, tackles the tough questions, like Melissa Etheridge’s criticism of Angelina’s pre-cancer double-mastectomy being hailed as “brave.” OK! GALLERY: SEE PHOTOS OF BRAD PITT, KIM KARDASHIAN, RIHANNA AND MORE IN THE VALERIE GALLERY “I don’t know,” says Brad, clearly caught off-guard as Rihanna’s We Found Love (In A Hopeless Place) blares. “Someone just said that. Melissa is an old friend of mine. I’m sure we’ll talk on the phone.” Still, he marvels at the choice made by his fiancé and the mother of their kids Maddox, 11, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, plus twins Knox and Vivienne, 4. “Oh yeah, I think it’s being vigilant, and it’s inspiring,” he says. “I found it very empowering instead of scary. It’s crazy—it’s the exact opposite.” OK! GALLERY: BRAD PITT LOOKS GREAT IN GREY, FILMS THE COUNSELOR IN LONDON Hm, what did the parents of six do for their first date way back in the beginning? “Oh, I don’t know,” he tells me, with a sly smile. I feel like I can read his mind as he glances away, considering they got to know each other while filming Mr. and Mrs. Smith in 2004 when he was still married to Jennifer Aniston. His gaze returns. He stammers, “Ours was a—we didn’t have an official first date, so I couldn’t tell you.” OK! GALLERY: SOME OF THE MOST GIVING CELEBS Despite Angelina’s absence, Brad considers her excuse worthy for missing tonight’s premiere. “She’s got to go across the world for Refugee Day,” he says. He adds, “We’re so mobile.” Post-premiere, Brad heads to Catch for the World War Z afterparty hosted by DeLeon Tequila. He whoops it up with Katrina Bowden, Adam Lambert, Casey Affleck, Ed Norton and Catherine Keener before calling it a night at 1 a.m. World War Z hits theaters Friday. Will you see World War Z? Tweet us @okmagazine. Photo credit: Getty Images
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