'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller goes on last hurrah before reporting to prison

Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller was spotted on a girls night out as her final blowout before reporting to federal prison.

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Miller dined at Craig's in West Hollywood, where she had vegan chicken parmesan with vegan pasta marinara on the side.

The 50-year-old didn't seem to have a care in the world as she posed for selfies with fans.

When asked whether she was prepared for her time behind bars, she said: "There's no way to prepare."

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Wednesday was check-in day for the TV personality at the federal penitentiary in Victorville, Calif. She will be housed in a minimum security unit where she will serve a year and a day in prison after pleading guilty to bankruptcy fraud.

The prison is located about two hours outside Los Angeles in the desert. It's adjacent to a busy highway and TV crews are prohibited from the prison grounds.

But before heading to the slammer, she named three things she's concerned about regarding prison life.

"I'm worried about lotion, shampoo, and hair dye," she told fans Tuesday night.

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The breakfast menu at Victorville consists of fruit, grits, whole wheat bread and skim milk. Lunch is usually burgers with fries or a baked potato.

Before driving off, she did her best to put a positive spin on things

"It's like a vacation for me," she said. "I shouldn't joke about it."

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