Zackery Torres Shares They Were “Bullied” During Time on Dance Moms


Zackery Torres is opening up about the pressures of dancing on television. 

The Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition and Dance Moms alum, who came out as transgender in May and uses they/she pronouns, spoke to Page Six about the difficulties of being a performer on the programs. 

“That was the first time I really understood what it meant to be bullied into dancing a certain way,” the 22 year old shared of their time on the Lifetime shows. “I don’t really know whose fault it is. I think we have the system to blame, and I think that it’s something we all need to be aware of and continue speaking out about.”

Zackery also shared that his mother Gina Torres didn’t like the behind-the-scenes drama. “That’s always what threw her off, like, ‘These people are kind of mean,'” they explained. 

The dancer added, “There’s a lot of detrimental moments that really kind of set me back as a young person and being on that TV show.”

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