The reunion of “Dance Moms” Season 6 would reveal surprise performances alongside the show’s trademark griping sessions. Jai Rodriguez from “Queer Eye” hosts the episode entitled “Hello and Goodbye.”

The reunion special would include Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler along with their mom Melissa Gisoni. Hence, episode 19 would likely feature the “last grievances” of the trio before finally saying goodbye to the Abby Lee Dance Company or ALDC, IBTimes reported.

The news outlet recalled Gisoni’s earlier denial about rumours that her girls would leave the show. When the truth eventually came out in episode 15, Lee let out her own grievances over the shocking news. However, the show wouldn’t be focused on their squabbles all the time. Episode 19 manages to sneak in several surprise performances that “Dance Moms” enthusiasts can surely expect to see.

Fans can look forward to their “Well-Oiled Machine” dance from episode 7. In that particular episode, the girls had to work at Debbie Allen’s studio after Lee’s legal woes stressed her to the point that she kicked them out, Celeb Dirty Laundry wrote. Fortunately, their hard work paid off and they won 1st place at the Sheer Talent competition.

The girls will also perform “Bittersweet Charity” from episode 9. This particular musical theatre routine helped them rank first in the junior division and overall at the Fierce competition in California, Design & Trend wrote. Ziegler, along with fellow ALDC members, llo, Nia Frazer, Kendall Vertes, JoJo Siwa, and Mackenzie are part of the ensemble.

As her farewell bid to the show, Maddie Ziegler will perform a solo and a duet. She will do her “Lizzie Borden” inspired dance from episode 10.

Ziegler will also perform her duet with Kendall Vertes “Run Baby Girl/Girl Interrupted” from episode 15.

Ziegler’s dancing career got a boost from her dance stints in three of Sia’s music videos. Hence, she is reportedly on her way to Hollywood.

Abby Lee missed several episodes of “Dance Moms” Season 6. However, her absence wasn’t related to her bankruptcy fraud charges. Lee revealed her disagreement with one of the show’s producers who wanted to feature a teen pregnancy routine.

“Hello and Goodbye” airs May 10 at 9 p.m. EDT on Lifetime.