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Abby Lee Miller Opens Up About Her Preference for “Jocks” and Speculations on High School Reunion

Renowned Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller, at 57 years old, is making headlines as she clarifies and expands upon her recent admission of her attraction to “high school football players.” In an Instagram video posted on Monday, Miller addressed the public, saying, “I do like those hot, athletic, muscular types of guys – the jocks. I always have, and I always will.”

However, her statement didn’t stop there. Abby Lee Miller, who has been on a challenging cancer journey and relies on a wheelchair, went on to outline her expectations for these prospective partners. She insisted that these individuals “must be able to go out to a club, gamble in Vegas, and rent an ADA-compliant, handicap-accessible van.”

Adding further criteria, the reality star emphasized that these men should “have a business, a bank account, success, and passion in their own right.” It’s worth noting that Abby Lee Miller served eight months in prison for bankruptcy fraud from 2017 to 2018, which adds an intriguing layer to her comments on success.

In response to the criticism she received for her initial statement, Miller brought up the movie “All the Right Moves,” starring Tom Cruise as a high school football star. She suggested that anyone who had seen the film would understand what she meant.

Interestingly, Miller shared her plans for November, indicating that she intends to attend her high school reunion and expressed her hope that a “heartthrob” from her past might be present. She humorously added, “But if he’s not, I heard Tom Brady’s available,” despite the fact that the former NFL player is known to be dating supermodel Irina Shayk at the moment.

While Abby Lee Miller was 18 years old when “All the Right Moves” was released in 1938, she stood by her preference for high school football players during a recent episode of “Sofia with an F,” stating, “Oh, that’s my downfall. I like the high school football players. I still like them.”

To emphasize her point, she clarified, “Not one that used to be in high school but one that is,” which concluded the conversation during the episode with Franklyn.

Abby Lee Miller’s candid remarks and her anticipation of her high school reunion have certainly sparked interest and conversation among her fans and the public alike. It remains to be seen whether her heartfelt wish for a reunion “heartthrob” will come true, but her lighthearted comments about Tom Brady add a humorous twist to the story.

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