Nikki Webster hints that Aussie version of Dance Moms will be dramatic

‘They want their kids to be the best’: Nikki Webster hints that the Australian version of Dance Moms will be just as dramatic as the American series

She’s set to front the upcoming Australian version of Dance Moms.

And on Monday, Nikki Webster spoke to Sunrise about the casting process behind the controversial reality series. 

When asked by host Sam Armytage if the Aussie mums will be ‘better behaved’ than their American counterparts, Nikki hinted that they could turn out to be just as bad. 

Drama: When asked by Sunrise's Sam Armytage if the mothers on the Australian version of Dance Moms will be 'better behaved' than their American counterparts, Nikki hinted that they could turn out to be just as bad

Drama: When asked by Sunrise’s Sam Armytage if the mothers on the Australian version of Dance Moms will be ‘better behaved’ than their American counterparts, Nikki hinted that they could turn out to be just as bad

‘Well, I’m not sure,’ Nikki said with a laugh.

‘I mean, Australians are known for being kinda laid-back and chilled, however, I think you add the pressure of TV and the competitiveness, these parents want their kids to be the best.

‘I think that throw that in with me in the mix, being Australia’s child star and having been through the ups and downs and everything in between, I reckon it’s gonna make a really interesting show.’

'I mean, Australians are known for being kinda laid-back and chilled, however, I think you add the pressure of TV and the competitiveness, these parents want their kids to be the best,' Nikki explained on Monday

‘I mean, Australians are known for being kinda laid-back and chilled, however, I think you add the pressure of TV and the competitiveness, these parents want their kids to be the best,’ Nikki explained on Monday 

In an interview with Hit 101.3 Central Coast last week, Nikki was awkwardly forced to defend herself after host Ash Pollard slammed Dance Moms. 

After playing a dramatic segment from the American version of the show, Ash probed Nikki straight away, saying: ‘I’m shook to my core, I don’t know what to believe, because I’m not a fan of this show because I don’t like what it does to the children.’

Nikki took the swipe well and said that Dance Moms Australia is all about the talent and the opportunity it provides to Australian dancers to get out there. 

'I don't like what it does to the children!' In an interview last week, Nikki was awkwardly forced to defend herself after host Ash Pollard (pictured) slammed Dance Moms

‘I don’t like what it does to the children!’ In an interview last week, Nikki was awkwardly forced to defend herself after host Ash Pollard (pictured) slammed Dance Moms

‘Sure, I guess the most important thing is that it’s giving a platform for Australian dancers to be showcased,’ Nikki said.

‘And I’ve been working with young talent for over 12 years in this country and we have incredible dancers and incredible talent that should have a platform to dance and follow their dreams.’

Ash carried on saying she ‘totally agrees’ with Nikki, but asked if the Australian version of the show will be ‘way less b***hy’ than the American version.

Nikki said the show ‘needs a bit of everything.’

The American version of Dance Moms follows the tough-as-nails dance teacher Abby Lee Miller, her students, and their parents as they feud, fight, and compete in dance competitions.

Fighting: Dance Moms follows dance teacher Abby Lee Miller, her students, and their parents as they compete in dance competitions. (Pictured: Christi Lukasiak and Abby)

Fighting: Dance Moms follows dance teacher Abby Lee Miller, her students, and their parents as they compete in dance competitions. (Pictured: Christi Lukasiak and Abby)

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