Cheryl Burke Says She 'Broke the Curse' Following Abby Lee Miller's Abrupt Exit From 'Dance Moms'

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Cheryl Burke is taking Dance Moms in a different direction.
The former Dancing With the Stars pro took to Instagram on Saturday to share a snap of Dance Moms' Chloe Lukasiak, Camryn Bridges, Nia Sioux and Reagan Martin alongside a cryptic caption about breaking "the curse."
"Broke the curse #dancemoms," Burke wrote alongside a dramatic snap of the girls in dark costumes.

Earlier in the day, the 32-year-old dancer and her new charges seemed as happy as can be, blowing kisses to each other on social media.

ET learned exclusively last week that Burke would be stepping in for the remainder of the season of Dance Moms after Abby Lee Miller's abrupt exit from the Lifetime show. While Miller cited production issues as her reason for leaving the reality series, Burke told ET that her experience so far has been "amazing."
"I am very excited to work with the kids," Burke gushed. "I have seen the show, yes. Of course I have!"
"Honestly, this is a great change for me," she continued. "I'm teaching very, very talented kids and very passionate mothers. It's kind of a full circle [moment] because I was that kid and I had that type of mom that was very passionate about my career and very supportive."
"I love working with talented kids, so I'm very excited," she added.
See more in the video below.