Dance Moms: Laurieann Yells at Camryn for Forgetting Her Dress (Season 7) | Lifetime


[music playing] Ladies, we need to go to the
top of the routine right now. MOM: I know that Laurieann
is expecting a win. Without her, we really would
be a ship without a captain. So we really need to focus
on dance and just pray that there’s no more drama. Moms, could you go get me the
costumes so I can run through. I just want you to know that
Camryn’s original dress that I picked, I left it at home. OK? Wait! What? Wait, wait, wait, wait for it. Wait for it. Wait for it. Wait for it. Wait for it. How do you forget the
basketball game day? How do you forget
your glove when you’re at the World Series? How on good god’s
grace of an Earth did you forget the
child’s costume? Serious! I don’t know. LAURIEANN: Camryn, how
did you allow your mother to forget the dress? This is your career, your life. Now, guess what? No dress, no number. Phew. CAMILLE: No, I have it– LAURIEANN: No, no, no, no. Everybody makes a mistake. No, there are no mistakes. Don’t take it out on the
kid for something I did. Please do not pull her
out of the group piece. I’m– I’m begging. Gianna, should I pull
her out the group piece? I don’t think you should
pull her out of the piece. Copy that. Should I pull her
out of the piece? You better be lucky your
tribe is fighting for you. Now, let me tell you something. Any time you are working with
me, you pack your own [bleep].. You got me? You don’t leave nothing
up to nobody, right? From sister to sister. Don’t you be the only
black girl in the group who’s forgotten her dress. Copy that? Thank you. Laurieann’s a bit
on edge this week. I really think she
just needs this win. I need to go from the top. So let’s walk. Ready? Here we go. But we have a solution. One mom brought two costumes. MOM: We’ve got to just focus
on getting the dance finished. Hold 7. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. LAURIEANN: The judges need to
feel infected by this virus. Could you stop? Are you guys counting
differently than this– What you need to
do is count 5, 6, 7, 8 so everybody can hear it. OK? Here we go, lambs. That’s not the problem. The problem is when you come
out the gate you’ve already lost because you’re
worrying about something that’s irrelevant. I need to feel it, the
connection, the magic. Get into character. You’re too busy counting! Now this conversation had you
losing the damn competition. Listen to me! I know you guys are formulaic. But what we’re trying
to do is just– trust me. [music playing]

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