"Dance Moms" season six is shaping up as a must-see season with the all the personalities set to come back. Cathy Nesbitt-Stein is a main cast member who often went head to head with coach Abby Lee Miller, and recent reports say Nesbitt-Smith is open to reuniting with the hit reality show.

Last season, the coach of the Candy Apples handed over the reins to "Dance Moms" co-star Jeanette Cota. In a recent interview with OK! Magazine, Nesbitt-Smith addressed her surprising move saying, "The producers had to do what they had to do. Jeanette was there because they wanted to utilize her and she is a dance teacher so it was only natural that she would step in and extend the role of leader."

"However, I don't think the team of moms is as close to her as they are to me," she continued, admitting the effect her decision had on her clients. "It was a bit of a transition for them because they really like me. Jeanette's personality is completely different from mine. Jeanette definitely cannot replace Cathy!"

Nesbitt-Smith told OK! Magazine that it was "a scheduling conflict" that prevented her from bringing CADC to Los Angeles for the competition against Miller.

"My dance studio was right in the middle of its recital," she explained. "You can't produce something that has lots and lots of people and then not show up or be there the last week before the show. It was a scheduling conflict. The producers have talked to me and they would love for me to come back because they know what Cathy brings to the show."

While her exit might have seemed final, the beloved coach revealed she would consider being part of "Dance Moms" again if the right opportunity presents itself. She added, "If they would decide that they wanted to film back in Ohio. I love filming, I love being a part of the show and yes I would definitely go back."

Among the other cast members slated for a return is budding star Maddie Ziegler, according to a previous report from Latin Post. A special kick-off event for season six dubbed "Girl Talk: No Moms Allowed" was filmed last Saturday, Oct. 3. The event included the 13-year-old dancer along with other young favorites Mackenzie Ziegler, JoJo Siwa, Kendall Vertes, Kalani Hilliker and Nia Frazer.

Meanwhile, famous coach Miller hasn't confirmed her commitment to the sixth season, but a recent Instagram post had people speculating her return. The caption included the hashtags "dancemoms" and "seasonsix" so there is a chance the outspoken television personality would be onscreen next season.