Lifetime Launches New Series Set In Elite World Of Hip-Hop Majorette Competitions (Watch Preview)

by Tambay A. Obenson
February 5, 2014 6:34 PM
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Lifetime has announced a launch of a new programming block Wednesday nights, beginning March 5th, with the premiere of an all-new dance competition docu-series, titled Bring It! which will are at 10pm ET/PT.

Bring It!, produced by Pilgrim Studios, shines a spotlight on the elite world of hip-hop majorette competitions. 

Coach Dianna Williams (aka "Miss D") and her Dancing Dolls Troupe refuse to lose, pushing themselves to the limit each week in the relentless pursuit of victory. Every pump, thrust and high kick on Bring It! highlights the triumphs and struggles of intense competition, where errors aren't tolerated, mediocrity isn't excused and only a win is acceptable.

Founded in 2001 by Dianna Williams, or "Miss D," the Dancing Dolls of Jackson, Mississippi,  ages 7 to 17, are said to be one of the country's preeminent dance troupes, with over 15 Grand Champion titles and more than 100 trophies under their belt. 

Each episode of the series will follow the top Dolls and their dedicated moms as they prepare for cutthroat competitions, parades and showcases, culminating in battles against their biggest rivals. 

Miss D has a well-earned reputation for being both a fierce competitor and a phenomenal mentor who teaches her students the importance of a good education, persistence and positive self-worth. As they compete against dance troupes in Mississippi and Tennessee, Miss D pushes her team to the limit, demanding that they "bring it" each and every week.

Bring It! is produced by Pilgrim Studios. Executive producers for Pilgrim are Craig Piligian and Derek W. Wan. Eli Lehrer, Mary Donahue and Colleen Conway Grogan executive produce the series for Lifetime. 

8 one-hour episodes of the series have been ordered for this season.

Here's a preview of the excitement that's to come:

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  • myiesha t. | April 18, 2014 1:43 PMReply

    I know this is off subject but at my high school in Hope Mills NC my BFF was murdered by her high school boyfriend and his friend. They strangled her and threw her in a river and hung out with her fam till they found her body April 3. She was murdered March 11 just last month. Her name was Danielle Locklear and she was 15. You can look at her facebook page called Justice for Danielle. I am asking for everyones help to sign a petion on her facebook. It takes 2 minutes and we need 6000 MORE names. THE PETITION IS FOR ALL GIRLS AND WOMEN TO GET THEIR JUSTICE WHEN WE ARE ASSAULTED OR MURDERED BY THEY BOYFRIENDS, HUSBANDS, OR ANY MALE. They both had only $100,000 bonfs and his friend already bonded out in less than 24 hours. The night BRING IT first came on me and her watched it and loved it!!! She wanted to get a dance team like that started in our high school. I know a lot of us young ladies, moms, sisters, aunts, fathers, brothers, boyfriends watch and love Bring It too all across the US so thats why I came here to ask for help. ALL of us we need to help our females against DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. Pleaese check out her facebook and it will tell you everything. Thank you BRING IT blogers for listening. If I offended anyone I apologize. Danielle would have gotten a Hip Hop Majorette team started at our high school this summer. DD4L keep doin ur thang!!!! We Love You in the NORTH CACK-A-LACKY!!!!!

  • freda | April 18, 2014 6:04 AMReply

    Bring it is renewwed for another season

  • Kate | April 18, 2014 1:28 AMReply


  • Kate | April 18, 2014 1:26 AMReply

    A MBA are you sure? Wow! How the hell did you accomplish that with your grammar? Good lord.

    With your education why aren't you trying to encourage young black women to be doctors and lawyers instead of acting like whores and stoppers in training? I will never understand African American culture. No wonder why the rest of the world including Africans hate us.

  • Shut the fuck up. | April 18, 2014 12:02 PM

    How are she teaching these girls to be whores and strippers tell, if anything I'm glad their a show like this cause it teaching girls you don't have to be pregnant at a young age, selling drugs, or fighting over a man that don't want them. Miss D knows that the things they do are a little appropriate and she called another team out for it. It's ignorant people like you is why we would never move on.

  • Monica James | April 17, 2014 3:22 PMReply

    Every culture has a down falls. And the Kardashians do have a scum.... It's Kim with her man Hoe-hopping ass. Rob Kardashian is in Rehab for drugs as of today, and nothing about Honey Boo Boo is class. I can't even believe you posted that. Girl please.... I have a MBA and is still proud of where I came from! I came from the hood..... And proud of it. And go back from time to time to visit my grandmother whom refuses to move. And yes I pat my hair, and snap my figures. So what.... It's a show people. Not the end of the world. @PROUDBLACKWOMAN you just can't relate to the show. Don't down it if you can't relate to it. Just because someone is less educated than the next person does not make them degrading.

  • You clearly misunderstood what she was saying comment below. | April 18, 2014 12:29 PM

    I honestly don't care about you're life story or that you have a black man. Like that's irrelevant. Monica James is right, just because you can't relate to it, doesn't mean you should degrade them. I don't see how she was complaining or angry. Also @PROUDBLACKWOMAN was SO wrong when she said Honey Boo Boo out of all shows had more class then them, what about teen moms and their mess, House wives of Beverly hills may I add. Are no better than them, believe or not but even the most educated black woman can be just as hood. We need to stop all this downgrading other people just because their not as " educated " as us.

  • poorlittlerichgirl | April 18, 2014 11:08 AM

    Yup, granny aint gonna move!!! She gots dat fwee rents. Just goes to show u...U can take the rat out the hood but you damn sure cant take the hood out the rat! You wished you had an MBA. Looking at your many mistakes even disqualified you for a GED. My BLACK husband has an MBA and can't stand a black woman just because of attitudes with the lies such as yours. I'm white and I clearly understood what PROUD BLACK WOMAN was trying to make you black women realize. She was attempting to tell your tired, complaining ass to wake up and don't accept how reality television portrays black women and young girls. You are the hood rat she was describing and it made you angry. Oh, before you start saying my BLACK husband is an Uncle Tom or the black woman's reject, let me proudly say... at this very moment, I'm writing this to you from our beach house in Atlantis, Bahammas. We are visiting for Easter and to celebrate our 16th wedding anniversary. Let go of that anger girl and forgive yourself for your hatred. Maybe one day, you can get a BLACK man like mine. Peace out!!

  • tynnekia | April 18, 2014 4:54 AM

    U said u go back from time to time to visit ur grandma. What have u contributed to us here left in the hood? Me and my AA girlfriends dont want to use our bodies. We wanna use our braiins.

  • Fan from LA | April 17, 2014 3:03 PMReply

    Big fan of the Dancing Dolls, Prancing Tirgarettes, Divas of Olive Branch, and even the "kiss ours butts" Purple Diamonds.
    In my Ms Tina Voice: "We gonna show y'all that tick-tock ain't right!" Lmao
    I love watch TV... And was a little unsure if I would be happy with this show.... Being that I'm a ABC girl--- Grays Anatomy, and Scandal watcher......... I must say.... I'm now occupied on Wednesday nights..... Because I must have my "bring it" in my life. Very happy that lifetime did this show for the urban community.
    These girls work very hard.... And the teams do an outstanding job. Please do not be discouraged by all this ignorant comments being made. Lifetime does not see color.... They see ratings, and the ratings are there.

    **************Side note: this show is not Jerry Springer, Duck Dynasty, Honey boo boo, Gypsy Sister, Teen mom and the list goes on and on. More Trash on TV from White Trash! Lifetime don't put trash on their network. FYI on the same network as Dance Moms. White people kill me......they talk all this noise over the Internet........and be so scared and lock their car doors in person. Lmao. Grow some balls and call us names to our face. Lol...... Not one story on YouTube about a white person calling us a name to our face...... They to damn scared. Lol.... That's why I don't even get mad with the comments online.... Because I know they would never try me in person. Ignore the comments. Must hurts them really bad that they can only vent behind a computer screen.... Because deep down they know that they would NEVER EVER say such trash in person. Lol. Smh..... Scary cats. Lol


  • tyrique | April 18, 2014 4:46 AM

    Thats correct that Lifetime doesnt put trash on they programs. Thats y they ratings were down low. To keep up with the other networks they had to throw in some black drama. Anyone knows bullshit talks and brings in money.

  • Ayanna janea | April 17, 2014 2:02 PMReply

    Who sings the song they danced to never stop?

  • Rene | April 17, 2014 10:51 AMReply

    You're Mexican Mexican? Well tht explained why you enjoy it trash is attracted to trash.

  • Seriously | April 18, 2014 10:04 AM

    And you're a piece of shit stuck to shoe.

  • whitey | April 18, 2014 8:45 AM

    You know they ILLEGAL to.

  • rebeca | April 17, 2014 12:40 AMReply

    I absolutely hate setting the negative comments that are black related...first off all I am MexicanMexican and in our house we all watch this show and we love it these girls are awesome...which ever team wether prancing tigarettes or dancing dolls or any of the other teamsteams, we actually wish we could find teams like this in Houston....much love and our n prayers with all of y'all from Houston....p.s. we don't think they are ghetto they are real and you can see the love and discipline.they.have

  • That comment below is disgusting. | April 18, 2014 12:10 PM

    You have the nerve to tell her to learn some English but yet you're on here butchering it all by you're self. This girl was trying to say that all these negativity towards these girls are pointless and that she enjoys what they do. They aren't ghetto for it either. She wasn't saying we are ghetto, were did you get assumption.

  • ladarious yeomans | April 18, 2014 11:56 AM

    U got lot of nerve using our word ghetto! U left the ghetto in mexico and now u sayin ghetto. What ghetto to u man. U mean b/c they is black they MIGHT B GHETTO? That like sayin theres 30 of u short mexican asses in ur house all watchin bring it.and u needds to get offur stolen computre and learn some english man. May b u dont undetstand this blog b/c U NO SPEKA ENGLISH bruh. And make for real realz us BLACK AMERICA AMERICANS dont like being comperrd to being ghetto b4 u help sum more ur cusins cross that border in texas.

  • Chaton D. | April 17, 2014 12:23 AMReply

    Someone in FLORIDA is happy/proud with Dancing Dolls. Kayla gets lots of love from Tampa. Do your thang girl.

  • TMeservey | April 17, 2014 12:21 AMReply

    Reality TV is not kind to any one--regardless of race--but black folk on these shows come off especially bad because there aren't enough positive representations to balance the bad. I'm not worried about people thinking I'm like Honey Boo Boo, but black people are looking really bad due to all the trash-talking, weave-wearing, eye-rolling, and tacky dressing women being served up for our entertainment. This show is 1/3 yelling, 1/3 itchy weave head patting, and 1/3 booty bouncing. Not the end of the world but nothing to celebrate.

  • Nope | April 18, 2014 10:10 AM

    I'm sorry but as long as I been watching the show, there's not a lot of yelling, so what if they pat their weave, what is the problem, and booty bouncing really? There are more shows that have educated woman everywhere and any race but there always going to yelling and drama, like you said it nothing new, but Miss D knows that they get ridicule already for they do, and she called a team out on it for going to far.

  • Sherry | April 18, 2014 2:27 AM

    A lot of crappie you guys are saying...All reality shows show drama. They act that is what it's for...TV...I think Ms.D teaches these girls lessons and values and something all kids should have which would be manners

  • proudblackwoman | April 17, 2014 10:18 AM

    You are so right! Last year, Essence magazine, published an article about how black American are being rode down by reality TV. Most people love drama so to keep ratings up they only film black women who are gold-diggers, hip-hop video queens, rump shakers, and ex porn players. America, the black woman is not like this. We are mothers, sisters, wives, doctors, chemists, engineers, and proud to be an American black woman. Unfortunately, for that ole mighty dollar, we will continue to be seen as loud mouth, booty shakin hos and bitches!!! Black women, I urge you to boycott the reality shows that automatically place us in trashy worlds. It's killing us. When have we ever seen the Kardashians portrayed as undignified sexual trash? Even Honey Boo Boo is filmed with class. We all know the Kardashian sisters are gold-digging sluts and Honey Boo Boo's mom has more than one baby daddy and her sister had a teen pregnancy. You don't see it because they are respected white women and reality TV disrespects the black woman.

  • meka | April 17, 2014 12:09 AMReply

    Love the show!!!!! Wikipedia the ratings all you white trash honey boo-boo lovers..... this show is holding 1 million or more per week. Love Miss D, love the girls and their moms. Hope they get a second season. Have to agree with judges this week.... purple diamonds got that a$$ this week. Dolls will be back next week.

  • james mentee | April 17, 2014 12:08 AMReply

    Does anyone know her porn name?

  • An inspired new fan!! | April 16, 2014 11:22 AMReply

    I don't normally promote ANYTHING from television but Lifetime has scored a home run with this one!
    My teen daughter and I absolutely adore Ms. D, the girls, and their parents unrelenting pursuit of championship, harnessed creativity, and character refined through their struggles! I appreciate that Ms. D is very relevant, relatable, and keeps it real. She doesn't need to perfect nor from the upper crust of society to make a positive and lasting contribution to society. I love that she keeps the girls on track by being a hardworking urban mentor and overcomer whose achievements are worth emulating. Ms. D is teaching and showing the girls how to BE the best of the best. The transference of her winner's attitude and cultivated skills will help these young ladies succeed in college and beyond. It's already taken the Dancing Dolls into the living rooms and hearts of new supporters and irrelevant haters, week after week. These girls don't have time to be underachievers, unstimulated, nor unproductive. They are too busy investing their time and God-given swagger and talents in a positive way.
    I salute Ms. D. (as well as dance coaches like her everywhere)! Your strides of professionalism, perfection, and perseverance are a profound blessing to your girls and example to us all. Choosing to bend your God-given shine and dance talents along this positive path is brilliant...and is taking your life and exploits far and beyond Jackson, Mississippi. Be encouraged and strengthened by God to keep up the good fight of faith as you show out in your community to avail good opportunities and college scholarships for your girls and others like them.
    Lifetime please continue to bring US more seasons to cheer along the virtual sidelines to support these dedicated parents, dancers, and coaches as they unveil a positive cultural imprint and legacy. We look forward to more refreshing and inspiring seasons as we journey with the cast of Bring It.

  • Thank You | April 18, 2014 10:10 AM

    Thank you for this comment.

  • not an essay contest! | April 16, 2014 1:57 PM


  • evan guillory | April 16, 2014 10:34 AMReply

    very good

  • donkey kong | April 16, 2014 9:00 AMReply

    Trash attracts trash, hinay!!!! TWO SNAPS UP!!! I read all the threads. And honay, I don't see not one person on here that has importance, wealth, or just an asset to the US. It's comments from regular people. They don't matter. You're not on the A List so really, who gives a damn!!!

  • Lisa | April 17, 2014 3:11 PM

    But your on the same blog commenting too......... Dumb ass!

  • ONEKOOLARMYMOM | April 16, 2014 2:45 AMReply

    I had not seen this style of dance before and I have to say I just love it!! Each week as you get to know the girls and Miss D. well as much as a T.V. show will allow I find myself cheering for them in everyway. And I don't care what the color of your skin is some of these comments are just rude and unfair! As far as Ms.Diana goes maybe some of you should read her bio. she is educated and highly accomplished and she seems to be a very loving mother along with caring about the beautiful girls that are on her team. She has made a life for herself that anyone could be proud of I think she is awsome!!!

  • ONEKOOLARMYMOM | April 16, 2014 3:03 AM

    Your Comment I would like to add to the comment I left earlier re: I had not seen this style of dance before and I really like it!! I happen to be a caucasian woman and I just wish people would just celebrate the amazing talent these young women have and stop making this about which race is better etc... or about grammer! I like learning about the culture of all races so maybe it would be a good idea to stop and think about how we should celebrate each other and be nice.

  • pee vee | April 15, 2014 11:08 PMReply

    There are many talented black girls out there with class. I've tried watching this show several times. Each time I wind up with a head ache. I love just about any type of dance and sport, but I just can not watch this............I wanted to read what the other comments were. After reading approximately ten or so, I gave up. I did not need any more lessons in how to butcher the English language.

  • I love their dancing! | April 18, 2014 12:53 PM

    I appreciate you're opinion but I just wanted to add that I think these girls are amazing dancers, and just because they don't have " class " or whatever doesn't make them less good at what they do. I love this show and those girls are amazing. And I agree that people on here need to read a dictionary or spell check. But this is the internet.

  • Gabriel | April 15, 2014 10:10 PMReply

    Honestly, this is just sad. Going through these comments is like just watching a bunch of pre-teens throwing random insults at each other, and the sad part is I imagine a bunch of 40 year old stay at home moms with nothing else better to do than talk crap over the internet, BLACK OR WHITE. I'm a 17 year old biracial kid with a black dad and white mom who have been together since before I was born and we all do fine so it saddens me when I see (i'm guessing whites) people comparing a bunch of girls (doing what they love) to apes and dirt or roaches. Like really? Its 2014 and your still thinking this way? As for all the blacks saying "Stop talking about blacks were this and were that!" Just be quiet. Slavery is over and racism is very alive and well in the U.S. because we apparently cant grow up and it will be for a long time so coming on to a blog and complaining about it is not going to do anything. In fact, the way I see it your just adding fuel to the fire. Your giving oppressive people the upper hand by letting them know what hurts you and in return they exploit it. Just let them talk and move on because they'll either realize how dumb they sound, or just die like all the other idiots supporting the same thing. Its just a show and the girls just so happen to be black so why does it haft to turn into a racial battle? I don't remember the teacher who did the experiment, but she took her class of kindergarteners in about 1960 and filmed it. She said the kids (all white class) and said anyone with blue eyes is better than those with brown eyes. They put scarves on those with brown eyes and when they went to play it was so crazy. They kids with blue eyes started calling the brown eyed people dumb, ugly and used the term "Brown Eyes". So its funny how this feeling to almost haft to point out differences in others and establishing dominance over them for that one thing is like a thing established within us even when were young. Proves that these attitudes and remarks are just flat out childish. Grow up people and learn, were all Americans. Better yet, were all people. Cut off a black persons arm and a white persons and what color is their blood? Red. Were the same so just change and accept each other and move on. And just watch the show without bitching over race. Btw all the dances you guys see those little white girls doing are just adaptations from moves invented in Africa. In fact all dances are from African since that is where the first advanced civilization was found. So to all the race bashing idiots, those little white girls are essentially doing a black dance morons!

  • serious | April 15, 2014 7:09 PMReply

    Thiz program iz like wachin a bunch of roaches run around when they c lite!!!!!!

  • Seriously | April 18, 2014 10:15 AM

    " iz ", " c" , and " lite " Seriously I know this is the internet but come n, I bet those girls got better spelling than you do.

  • Deidra Wilson | April 15, 2014 6:50 AMReply

    Why does white America love to mock us blacks? I don't say African American because damn it, I am not from Africa!!!! Lifetime could have portrayed our life in a classier way. Instead, they chose the most weavy wonders with big, loud, atrocious mouthes they could dig up. What is very disappointing is that my black race loves it. Do you know the whites are still trying to keep us down? No wonder we struggle with everything we do! That's our white trash that Lifetime chose to do a show on

  • PENNY L, SHUT THE FUCK UP | April 18, 2014 12:41 PM

    * y'all can't get over the past more than we can't *

  • Penny L, shut the fuck up | April 18, 2014 10:30 AM

    @Penny L, Reading you're comment made me lose brain sells, white people like you would never know what People of color are going through, and when I mean people of color, I don't just mean black. You would never know what Asian, Mexican, or any other race. You know the statistic of black person getting a job over a white person, oh don't let us have a criminal background. You do realizes that would rather hire a white person with no education at all than a black person with education. We certainly do not get into college because of the color of are skin are you serious, we have to work twice as hard and than people like you say the reason we get in because were black.You would never know what's it like to be judged because of color of skin towards someone you don't know or killed for it. We pull the race card really? A black woman goes to a job interview to try to support her kids but she couldn't have anyone watch them, so she left in the card for a few minutes until someone called the cops, she had to go to jail. But a white woman who smoked weed, and ended leaving her child at the side of the road and didn't realizes, thank god the child wasn't hurt but she got to keep her kids and got probation. Like seriously? You guys get over the pasted more than we can't. Y'all spew hate at people who haven't done anything to you. There educated black people more than you think, and I agree when you say the " black race keeps the black race down " and we do. We call y'all out for you're ignorance but yet we go and do the same thing. That also needs to change but please stop acting like y'all ain't portrayed a certain way too, WE ALL ARE and it needs to stop.

  • james | April 18, 2014 8:59 AM

    I know AA people who r afraid of their own race. They lock their car doors and hold on to their purses when they see a potential black thug. Black on black crime is at its' highest level
    When I turn on the news or read about a crime, it's 89.9% black criminals. Sad when u don't need a script of the perp cause they r always guaranteed to be black.

  • Penny L | April 16, 2014 3:39 PM

    The reason you people keep "struggling" so much is because you constantly play the victim and you blame white people for everything bad in your lives. You constantly play the race card and accuse others of being racist when they make you take responsibility for your actions. Yeah, your race is so oppressed that you get jobs handed to you based on your skin color instead of your skill, you get a free college education handed to you just because you're black. It must be so hard being a black person in today's society....NOT! The only reason you're being portrayed in a negative way is because the majority of your race lives up to the damn stereotypes! This is a fact. The black race keeps the black race down. Why do you think you all attack each other when one of you decides that they want to not go along with everyone else? Prime example, when a black person dislikes Obama. You all will call them an Uncle Tom or a traitor to the race. You want to be portrayed in a more positive light, then stop acting out in negative ways.

  • Net | April 15, 2014 1:48 AMReply

    Great job to Dancing Dolls! I love the show and how the young ladies dance. Of course everyone will not agree with the show but if you dont like it dont watch it (simple as that). Save the negative comments and stop being so tough behind your computer screen. GO MS. D.

  • Mark | April 14, 2014 8:43 PMReply

    Why hasent anyone mentioned the coaches jiggidy jacked up teeth? OMG those things are so intimidating! No wonder why she doesent do porn anymore. I wouldent want that pair of snaggle teeth anywhere near my junk.

  • Grow Up! | April 18, 2014 10:32 AM

    I'm sure she can get her teeth fix, when ever she wants. I just wonder what you look like though and @SEBRINA look like though.....

  • sebrina | April 14, 2014 10:52 PM

    LMFAO!!!! I was wondering where she got the buck teeth horse face from. Damn, it was all the dick she sucked!!! LOL!!! With all the money she make you would think she'd fix that grill. Whats up with that lifetime? I swear yall tryin ur best to make us look bad.

  • Shaemonda Latoya | April 14, 2014 11:51 AMReply

    I dance. And let me say, how did Dd4L get on tv? Most of them are overweight and lack precision. They ate sloppy. They make lots of mistakes. They jumps not high and legs not straight. They put too much emphasis on the attitude. Thats just stank. Now the Prancing Tigerettes are the for real real. Even their costumes got more class. If lifetime did a show on them it would work. This show is a bust. I hope America dont think ALL majorette dance teams are ghetto like dd4l. Were NOT. They just look stank nasty. Yah I can see them in the future at strip clubs. Oh and we wear our hair natural and dont use that hoish blue eyeshadow either. Glitter is for strippers.

  • Grow the fuck up. | April 18, 2014 10:43 AM

    Are we watching the same show, there acrobatics are amazing, if you watch the preview their legs are so high it's not even funny, Also the prancing tigerettes have a big girl on their team, and their was sloppy. I don't know how they won the first places. And their dancing is a bit to appropriate. I'll take the Dancing Dolls over them any day. Ghetto really? How are they ghetto, really explain to me how they are ghetto. Miss D knows that they already get ridicule by people like you for what they do. And she called the Prancing Tigerettes out on it .Half of them were weave and half of them don't, it does not make them strippers, and glitter really? You're comment,I really can't.

  • mercedes | April 15, 2014 3:45 PM

    OLD lady, sit ur ass down! You made yourself look real ignorant! You're 25 and you damn sure can't read, write, or use correct punctuation. The girl said she danced. Damn! Then u wanna pop shit out ur big ass mouth that doesn't even make since. You make us dancers look bad because everybody can tell you haven't picked up a damn book to study in years. I'm a hater. I hate the hater who talks shit but is a total ass themself. You're never too old to go back to school and get an education.

  • Toya | April 15, 2014 12:45 PM

    Hater, don't be made cause u can't do what they do, I've been a hop hop dancer since I was 5 now I'm 25, the dancing dolls bring it for real. Plus stop being so negative they're just little girls. Your calling them stank and nasty just shows how mature you are, again I say (HATER)

  • Annie barker | April 14, 2014 11:31 AMReply

    I am sorry I think skills of the girls is wonderful but I disapprove of how they dress.It way to much for there age they are cute little girls and I am not talking school uniforms here but they would just as cute normal dance outfits.I watched this show with high holes but after watching a few times I won't let the watch it because of the attitude and form of dress of these girls .I have teen girls who I allow to watch the dancing parts of Dances moms because they like the girls but I don't want them picking up the dress and the behavior of the dancing dolls.Cute idea for a show but way to much.

  • I don't see it. | April 18, 2014 10:49 AM

    I appreciate that you stated you're opinion and didn't call the girls names, like some people on here. But I also have to disagree with you're opinion. Dance outfits nowadays have changed, look at the outfits the girls on dance moms wear, their practically in bras and under wear, even during practices. What behavior are you speaking of? I'm not telling you to watch the show, but I disapprove of you're opinion towards their clothes.

  • Cat | April 13, 2014 9:26 PMReply

    Who cares what you majored in Tia! You are completely at a loss in common sense. Just because somthing is the norm doesent make it appropriate. I just need to ask why would in the world would you feel the need to post your credentials? It might have been of some intrest if it was in early childhood development, sociology, or even social services. Lol

    Not listing the letters after my name because it's tacky!

  • monique c. | April 14, 2014 11:07 PM

    Wow. Who can't earn a CJ degree? Join the crowd. Join the line of thousands trying to get a job with that 4 yr education. Too many wanting to be like CSI. I'm sure you'll end up like many others not even working in their field. Don't say you already found employment because we all know you would have bragged on and on and on about that. Ur an ass. I wouldn't hire u with that attitude.

  • Tia | April 14, 2014 9:11 PM

    lol MAY 9TH

  • sarafina | April 13, 2014 4:55 PMReply

    I am a teacher and if any of my students talked and acted the way the adults do -not just parents coaches also - they would be suspended. When Miss D talks to coaches of other teams it is bullying in its truest form. Miss D putting the blame or reasoning back onto the parent is nothing short of being chicken - not having the guts to either tell the parent to talk to their child or say it in a way that passes no blame to the parents.

    And parents - please watch the show and listen to yourselves and hopefully you will "get it". The competition actually seems to be between the parents - do you not realize your children hear it, others around here it and above all they will watch the show.

    This show is the female version of Friday Night Tykes on the Esquire Channel.

    Also remember their classmates and church members will also be watching.

    When being filmed before talking or doing anything stop and think if what you are about to say or do is a thing you can stand behind and be proud of.

  • Tia | April 13, 2014 3:39 PMReply

    I do not get it. I have met older girls from Dancing Dolls before all of this TV chaos. I have danced against this team in the past. These young ladies are amazing. Yes they are country and filled with all of the Mississippi accent, which is NORMAL in Mississippi. Say what you want about Miss D, but she came out on the first episode and said she did a little porn. Who cares???? Look at what she has built since then. Not only did she open her own dance studio, she has danced under professionals, with professionals, against professionals, and you better believe she is a professional. She also teaches tap, ballet, ballet point, contemporary, and etc. The woman has a Criminal Justice Degree. She has accomplished so much that is what makes her a great teacher and a role model. All you guy see is girls "shaking their a**". That speaks on your character. Jackson, MS is not the "suburbs". I would rather my child be at Doll Factor than walking the streets. The current Dallas cheerleaders have 9 former majorettes all coming from dance teams and drill teams similar to Dancing Dolls. Dance was 1 of 13 scholarships that got me into college. I never wanted a dance career, but being on a dance team as DD opened many doors. I have done theater, pageants, and joined a great dance team in college. May 9th, I along with 6 of my former teammates will be graduating college. Your ignorance is our amusement. Keep doing you thing Dolls. DD4L!!!!!!!!!!!!

    May 9, 2014
    Bachelor's of the Science
    School of Criminal Justice
    Forensic Science Emphasis (Physics)

  • keshawn | April 13, 2014 11:30 AMReply

    Hey somebody call Sonjay and tell her mama Beyonce wants her weave back.

  • shut up both of you. | April 18, 2014 12:47 PM

    Both of you need to stop, seriously Beyonce's weave and grow up. And the chick below please shut up too, I bet you're dumb ass say everything black is ghetto.

  • PAT | April 14, 2014 8:55 PM

    I don't understand why black women are always making jokes about, each others weave, that is so ghetto.

  • Cece | April 12, 2014 8:58 AMReply

    Yea what idiots. What are we thinking who cares what a bunch of uneducated southern blacks teach their children. The goal of being a Dallas cheerleader is perfect!
    Btw what is a 15 year old CHILD doing in a adult conversation. I'm sure your web use is unsupervised just like everything else. Don't enter a adult conversation and then be butt hurt when you can't take it. You're from the south shouldn't you know that?

    You want people to care what goes on in the ghetto. You claim no one cares about the black kids and then when when we express concern then we are racists?? Fine, back to not giving a damn. You reap what you sow. Have fun with that.

  • Concern, is that what that is? | April 18, 2014 10:58 AM

    Have you been reading these comments, calling these girls uneducated is NOT having concern for them. What makes them uneducated, we don't even know there grades but the leader of the dancing dolls is about to graduate soon, so that must mean something. My family have a accent and have education but once people here that accent they think uneducated. Denis white is right, helping people and correcting them are two very different things. Let them be.

  • Denise White | April 12, 2014 3:05 PM

    You know what they say about assumptions.. I am from as far west as you can get, I have family in the south but that is neither hear nor there. I think what was insulting , at least what got my attention was that people went out off there way to find a site about something they didn't care for. Sound a little strange to you, it sure the hell does to me. I mean if I don't like something why bother, move on, find something I do like. And then to comment on their speaking. I get they have a accent, but when I leave here and go visit my family, I am the one with an accent. It's just being caddy, maybe you should look at making that correction about yourself and let these people be.
    Helping people and correcting them is two totally different things, don't be so up tight your going to miss out on a lot of good people with that attitude.

  • Denise white | April 10, 2014 10:24 PMReply

    I started to read some of these comments I can't believe they haven't been removed what a bunch of idiots. Seriously coward what do you do with your spare time, talk crap on girls that have a talent. I could fight fire with fire but why, you would still be the narrow minded fools. If the girls do read these I think they will be smart enough to know that there are good people and bad people unfortunately we can't say who gets oxygen.

  • Denise white | April 10, 2014 10:08 PMReply

    I love these girls and Mrs. D rocks! I hope these girls over look any negative comments I really do. I started to read some and they were having to put people in their place. The people that have anything negative to say are some sad individuals. Seriously these girls are so cute and good at what they do I say rock on! I like that Mrs. D is so good with them she obviously loves these girls and teaches them what the real world is all about, and she doesn't sugar coat anything, the world is a better place because she is a teacher. God bless and keep up the great work you all are fun to watch!

  • Charlotte a 16 year old child | April 10, 2014 4:24 PMReply

    Bring it is a very good and positive show. A lot of you all
    Thinking of it too deeply i guess. Yeah i know they have a country or down south accent but it makes me feel good about my culture and myself. I love to dance when I watch Dance Moms i love watching them dance as well. But it's not about how they act or how they talk its about having confidence in yourself through thick and thin, work hard as a team, and for the parents be there for your kids even if you dont like what you child or the instructor doing.

  • Goldie | April 10, 2014 8:06 AMReply

    my neighbor came over last night and was changing my tv channel and happened to land on this show . she was soo excited because she's been meaning to watch it but kept catching the boring show with the white teacher (sorry, it is boring) and she was so excited. we watched it for about 45 minutes until she went home and i just couldn't change the channel. im a college student but i decided i needed to take my time out to write how beautiful these girls are and how great they dance. because they're black, they're already going to have people criticize them JUST CUS. people aren't used to black people being able to dance and be happy in their own style because THEY'RE NOT USED TO SEEING IT. girls, that's great! keep dancing and showing people our culture and how good and dedicated you are to it! you're beautiful and I'm so glad that lifetime added something with diversity to this channel!
    & at LEAST the girls in Bring IT! are old enough to express that they really ACTUALLY wanna be there and their parents aren't forcing them!

  • Tamia | April 10, 2014 1:00 AMReply

    I think this is dance group is awesome. Although I am from Mississippi. I think that Miss D. is doing a great job with these girls. The young girls are very talented and as young beautiful black women they have some much to offer the world. Keep up the good. Represent for Mississippi.

  • Erica | April 10, 2014 12:18 AMReply

    I love the dancing dolls they are the bomb kayla is a awesome captain

  • Trina | April 9, 2014 11:22 PMReply

    My daughter and LOVE this show!! I honestly don't see the difference between this show and Dance Moms! The teacher is more harsh on Dance Mom and she doesn't care what she says it the kids parent or even the kid!!!

    Four STaRS for "Bring It"

  • Nene | April 9, 2014 9:08 PMReply

    No we wouldent say anything to the moms on bring it. Wouldent be caught in the same room with them. Might get shanked.

  • LMAO! | April 18, 2014 11:05 AM

    Actually dumb 1 and dumb 2, their show is really successful and is getting picked up for a season 2, I really want to know what you two ignorant fools are doing with you're life. Like I'm laughing right now. Also a past does not make a person.

  • peaches | April 10, 2014 6:42 AM

    LMAO! We all would get shanked with a Missippi twist to it. No wonder this show sucks. The teacher was suckin dick for a living.

  • Bri | April 9, 2014 3:03 AMReply

    Some of y'all are idiots for even talking about children. You don't know if they know ballet or not. It's all types of dancers out there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Smh grow up. All these girls will be successful. Stop sitting behind a computer talking about other ppl kids because I guaranteed if you say them in public you wouldn't say not a damn word to these girls or mother. The girls on this show is beautiful AND GREAT DANCERS, so are the girls on dance mom. If you don't like the show then don't watch it! Nobody paying you too. Pathetic. Live your life because they living theirs!!!!

  • lakeisha simmons | April 12, 2014 4:02 PM

    Denise WHITE-Oh honey, no. May I suggest before you go after someone's spelling, you should check yourself before making a WHITE ass out of yourself. After all, like you have written, you are a WHITE womEns. Not once, but twice. Let me guess. You probably say 'SKRAWBERRIES' and 'SKRIMPS' too. We know you're WHITE. You didn't have to tell us. When you said you have a grandchild of COLOR, us colored folks knew. We rather you use the term biracial. Why did you keep emphasis on being a WHITE womEns? Anyone who says 'they rock' or 'it rocks' is WHITE. Obviously, you're one of those overweight WHITE womEns trying to be accepted by us negras now that you have a grandchild of COLOR. You assumed Nene and Peaches were WHITE. You didn't even notice Bri wrote her thread before they did. Be careful when you use the term 'these people'. We don't like it. It's not allowed in our community; just like WHITES using the word 'negra'. Needless to say, you disrespected US on this blog. Think about using your time wisely. Try to figure a way how to raise your grandchild of COLOR without confusing him/her. All I smell is WHITE trash because you made a statement to "shank" Nene. Therefore, after reading your racist threads, I recommend two things. First, visit your local community college so you can become, as we say, EDUMACATED, so you can spell and write correctly. The second being to seek counseling because honey, you don't know if you're WHITE, clear, or opaque. I LIKE SO wish you and your COLORED grandbaby well. Remember, you're a 'WHITE womanS'.

  • Denise white | April 11, 2014 11:35 AM

    Bri lets just put this on the table, Peaches and Nene are the idiots you are 100% right. If Nene is going to start writing crap maybe she should learn to spell. Most people look up things they enjoy and comment on that. These people, and I use that word people lightly, look up something just to write something ignorant. Your right these girls are great dancers and should only hear positive comments on all they do. It can't be easy to do what they do. They are well rounded young women with bright futures. I hope that when people read comments such as the ones above they don't profile a group to be responsible. I am a white women with a grand child of color and I can tell you this lord help someone that would say or do anything to that child in the wrong way. So please people know that not all white people are ignorant. I think these girls moms are amazing women and everything they do for these girls is amazing. Like I said I am a white women and Nene. I might shank you if given the opportunity.

  • Dom | April 7, 2014 7:50 PMReply

    This is no different than dance moms. Those fools fight in the middle of the street! They even had an episode they took off the air because the girls were dressed as topless dancers. They do mostly hip hop dancing. Don't like it don't watch it. They way they speak has nothing to do with the color of their skin either. If you have to say it's not about race it probably is. These are hard working girls! Who are any of you to judge or call them monkeys?

  • faith | April 7, 2014 5:45 PMReply

    Just heard on the news that Jackson, MS was hit by a tornado yesterday. Prayers for DD4L and the Jackson community from North Carolina.

  • laloba | April 7, 2014 5:12 PMReply

    I don't understand the role of the lead dancer. At any rate, she is too brusque in her moves and the dance instructor should introduce some ballet exercises to help the girls look more polished.

  • trey | April 14, 2014 9:13 PM

    jackson didnt get hit. just rain

  • ga peach | April 7, 2014 5:50 PM

    I agree with u. Especially teaching ballet because their moves seem sloppy or lazy. I'm not trying to put them down. I just noticed that they need some sharpness. Ballet would help them tone and perfect their movement on a pro level.

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