QUEENS — Astoria is about to dance with reality.
Stars of the television series "Dance Moms" will parade down the runway at Queens' Studio Square next week for a fashion show — which will also feature performances from other reality programs such as "Toddlers and Tiaras."
"Dance Moms," chronicles the drama that takes place at a Pennsylvania dance studio as a group of young dancers — and their mothers — compete for a shot at stardom.
Chloe, Paige, Maddie and Mackenzie, four of the Lifetime show's young stars, will be at the Studio Square event on Sept. 7, along with their moms.
The girls will model clothes in a fashion show and then cast members will participate in a short Q&A with the audience, according to a description of the event.
The show will also include live entertainment from three other reality TV participants, including Courtney Calle of "American Idol," tween dance group and "America's Got Talent" contestants the Struck Boyz (who hail from Staten Island, according to their Facebook page) and Isabella Barrett, a pint-sized beauty queen from the show Toddlers and Tiaras. Pop star Frankie Zulferino will also perform.
Tickets to the show cost $40 online or $50 at the door. For $150, VIP guests get a private meet-and-greet with cast members.