Fans of "Dance Moms" can only hope to encounter the girls in person, maybe shuttling around between rehearsals or an appearance. But one lucky fan was crashed by the cast themselves.
Kalani, Nia, Kendall and Brynn showed up on the doorstep of super-fan Chloe Rouss, age 12, and gave her the surprise of her young life. Though it was a big surprise to Chloe, it was all planned as part of a new online show called "Crashed" on www.go90.com.
For "Crashed," the "Dance Moms" cast — and many more celebrities to come — show up out of the blue and turn an otherwise normal day into a day to remember for a fan. How do you get to be that lucky surprised person? Fans are nominated by their friends and family for the experience.
For Chloe, a 6th grader from Woodland Hills, Calif., it was a "total surprise," made possible by her best friend Riley.
"I had no idea," Chloe told Dance.com exclusively. "For a second I thought I was dreaming and the next thing I knew, tears were running down my face."
Since it was Chloe's birthday, the girls even crashed her party and taught her a routine to perform in front of all her friends.
"The best thing was getting to know the 'Dance Mom' girls... and of course dancing with them," she said.
Chloe has danced for almost 10 years at Dance Dimensions Performing Arts Center, studying Bollywood, ballet, tap, contemporary, jazz, lyrical, acro, and musical theater, so she was more than equipped to handle the performance, too.
But she's not getting carried away: An audition for "Dance Moms" coach Abby Lee Miller isn't exactly in the cards for the fellow competitive dancer.
"I wouldn't try out for 'Dance Moms' because it would be too hard on my family," she said.
Watch Dance.com's exclusive clip of Chloe learning the routine below.
The "Dance Moms" episode of "CRASHED" premieres on Thursday, February 2 on go90. Watch all new episodes of "Crashed" for free — featuring crashes by Ashanti, Tinashe, Gabby Douglas and more — only on go90.com or the go90 app, available for iOS or Android.