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United States

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First episode date
5 March 2014

Reality television

Dianna Williams


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Dianna WilliamsCamryn HarrisMakalah WhitensonCrystianna SummersKayla JonesSunjai WilliamsFaith ThigpenDalisha HolmesTina JonesMimi HarrisRittany SummersSelena JohnsonDaina Roilton

Executive producer(s)
Colleen Conway GroganCraig PiligianDerek W. WanEli LehrerMary Donahue

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Bring It! is an American dance reality television series that debuted March 5, 2014, on Lifetime. On April 28, 2014, Lifetime announced an additional 10-episode renewal of Bring It!. Additional episodes returned on July 23, 2014. The second season premiered on January 23, 2015. New episodes aired on July 31, 2015. The third season premiered on January 1, 2016. On December 1, 2016, Lifetime renewed the show for a fourth season, which premiered on January 13, 2017.


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Bring It! is set in Jackson, Mississippi and features Coach Dianna "Miss D" Williams and her Dollhouse Dance Factory, home of Miss D's Dancing Dolls team, which was founded in 2001. The troupe has over 15 Grand Champion titles and more than 100 trophies, and consists of children aged 10 to 17. The show also features the Baby Dancing Dolls, consisting of children under the age of 11.

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The team competes in hip-hop majorette competitions, with their main focus being on the Stand Battle (a routine where two teams face each other and alternate "stands" (routines), which are called by the captain depending on what stand the other team performs). The team slogan (both the Dancing Dolls and the Baby Dancing Dolls) is "Dancing Dolls For Life" (popularly shortened to DD4L, featured on much of their gear).

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Rival dance teams featured on the show include: the Divas of Olive Branch (the Dolls main rival, due to the intense rivalry between Miss D and Divas coach Neva), the Prancing Tigerettes (from Memphis) and the Infamous Dancerettes (f/k/a Dynamic Diamond Dollz, also from Memphis), the Purple Diamonds (a cross-town Jackson rival), the YCDT Superstarz (from Miami) and new rival (from Tupelo, Mississippi) The Golden Prancerettes.

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Similar to fellow Lifetime show Dance Moms, Bring It! features the moms of several of the dancers and their interactions (and occasional arguments) with Miss D. However, unlike Dance Moms (where the moms are in a room above the studio watching the practices), the moms in Bring It! are featured outside the studio. In early seasons, the parents could only see what happens in practice through the studio windows; in later seasons Miss D has made a room for the parents to watch the girls through a TV screen. (Miss D does not allow parents inside the studio during practices, believing that the dancers need to have only one person – Miss D – leading them at those times.)

Main cast

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  • Dianna "Miss D" Williams, owner of the Dollhouse Dance Factory and head choreographer and sponsor of the Dancing Dolls and Baby Dancing Dolls. Miss D is not one to mess with when it comes to competition. She pushes the girls because she wants them to succeed in life. Her secret weapon is her clipboard when she is about to do cuts in practice ("If you don't get it right, I'm gonna cut your ass"). Dianna is married to Robert and has a son, Cobe. She finds it difficult to balance time, as she not only has a family at home, but a family at the Dollhouse Dance Factory.
  • Tina is the mother of Kayla, who is the assistant coach of the Dancing Dolls and excels at hip-hop and majorette. Kayla was promoted from captain to assistant coach in Season 2, now that her position was taken by Camryn. Kayla hopes that Camryn can uphold the responsibility like she did.
  • Mimi is the mother of Camryn, who is Captain of The Dancing Dolls (Season 3) excels in majorette, lyrical, and jazz. Camryn was promoted from Drill Master to Co-Captain in Season 1 and then Captain in Season 2. Camryn's dance techniques often intimidate the rest of the dancers, and now that she is captain, the team respects her more.
  • Selena is the mother of Sunjai, Star, and Sky. Sunjai excels at majorette, jazz, and tap. Sunjai was a struggling dancer in Season 1 with her main goal being to make stand battle but always got cut. Before the end of Season 1, she finally made the cuts for stand battle, as the series progressed her dance techniques improved as well. Sunjai made her departure at the end of Season 2, due to graduation. Sky and Star are Sunjai's younger twin sisters. They are constantly mixed up by the DDPs and Coach Dianna.
  • Rittany is the aunt (and mother figure) of Crystianna, who is the Head Co Captain of the Dancing Dolls. Crystianna excels at majorette and acro. Having been the youngest member of the stand battle team, she is always a good dancer to look at. Being a quiet but fierce dancer, she earned the nickname the "Silent Killer".
  • Dana is the mother of Faith. Faith is a member of the Dancing Dolls who was introduced in Season 3. She excels in many aspects of dance, but is new to majorette.
  • Opposing team coaches

  • Joerick Grice is the coach of the up & coming Golden Prancerettes of Tupelo, Mississippi
  • Quincy Oliver is coach of the Prancing Tigerettes
  • John Connor is the coach of the Infamous Dancerettes (beginning in Season 2); he was previously (Season 1) coach of the Dynamic Diamond Dollz
  • Neva McGruder is coach of the Divas of Olive Branch; the rivalry between Neva and Miss D extends beyond the dance floor
  • Shanika Lee is the coach of the Purple Diamonds, the Dolls' Jackson cross-town rival
  • Traci Young-Byron is coach of the YCDT Supastarz and was once a dancer for the Miami Heat (beginning September 2015 Ms. Young-Byron and YCDT will be featured in a spin-off series, Step It Up!)
  • Fulvia Ford is coach of Virtuous Divine of Greenwood, Mississippi
  • Rick Calloway, Penelope Holloway are the coaches of The Dazzling Divas of Macon GA. "F.A.D.D"
  • Helenor Wade Dazzlin Starz coach
  • Kehli is the coach of The Divas of Compton
  • Rodney Jones is the coach of the Pearls of Perfection of Macon GA.
  • Other cast members

  • Robert Williams is Dianna's husband
  • Cobe Williams is Dianna's son
  • Terrell is Kayla's dad
  • Calvin is Camryn's dad
  • JJ Sunjai, Sky, and Star's dad
  • Dominic Faith's dad
  • Jay Fever Announcer/Event Host
  • International Broadcasts

    In the United Kingdom, Lifetime UK premiered the series in late 2014, in 2016 another UK channel, ITVBe will premiere the series on Friday 2nd September 2016.


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