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

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by Tambay A. Obenson
February 5, 2014 6:34 PM
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Bring It!

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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664 Comments

  • simone | August 31, 2014 10:37 PMReply

    Its funny how crackers always have shit to say about black people and whatever it is we do but yall put all type of CRAP on tv and the internet i guess its only okay if you have white skin

  • Ballet Dancer | August 29, 2014 4:05 PMReply

    The teacher (Miss "D") AND the girls need to take an English class to learn how to actually speak the language. There should be subtitles on the screen because you can't understand a work they are saying. As far as the "dancing" goes, no -- this is not dancing. It's just as bunch of "black" boolaboo -- shaking their butts, attempting to do a kick -- (by the way, when you do a kick, you're not supposed to bring your upper body down to meet it). Again, LEARN TO SPEAK PROPER ENGLISH!

  • Stryker | August 30, 2014 2:07 AM

    Naming yourself "ballet dancer" doesn't make you a ballet dancer, racist bitch/douche as the case may be.

  • xx | August 29, 2014 6:11 PM

    Haters are always going to hate!

  • Colette Leigh | August 15, 2014 4:15 PMReply

    The girls seem like lovely girls, this should not be made into a black white issue. The dancing was appalling - if it was white girls dancing I would still think the same. The tribal dancers from Africa I can enjoy watching, this I could not x

  • tori | August 14, 2014 10:16 AMReply

    Obviously its hip-hop so it won't be gracefully and beautiful it will be more sexual, classy and sexy I love bring it, its something different

  • viewer | August 29, 2014 2:56 AM

    meh, my daughter does hip hop and it's more "street" I don't really know how to describe other than that. It isn't sexual at all. I think it's this style, the "battle".

  • love bring it | August 13, 2014 9:35 PMReply

    I love this show! Everyone with negative comments are crazy! These girls are talented, smart, disciplined and are HAVING FUN 😛

  • Roz | August 12, 2014 5:20 PMReply

    It is very funny to read some of these comments. Just because it is not the type of dance you are used to see does not make it wrong. Just because this is they type of dance the show is showing does not mean that this is the only form of dance these girls know. Some of the kids on this show (Bring It) have been trained in other forms of dance so they will be able to pursue their dance dreams. This type of dance is done all over the world by all cultures. MTV had a show called Americas Best Dance Crew and these people came from ALL OVER THE GLOBE doing the same kind of dance the young girls on Bring It are doing!!!

  • quita | August 12, 2014 12:18 AMReply

    There is nothing wrong with their dance style it is of culture. Watch how Africans dance.Its in us. And what about the little white girls wearing pounds of makeup looking like Jonbenet Ramsey

  • viewer | August 29, 2014 2:57 AM

    Did you see the epi when they did the African dance? Quite a bit of difference from what they normally do.

  • Michelle | August 7, 2014 7:30 PMReply

    WHAT A SHAMEFUL STUPID SHOW!!! Waste of air time! Dancing is supposed to be graceful... This is NOT HIP HOP! I am a dance instructor & this "style" of dance is Not even Dance at all! Lets teach our kids "battling" - Goodness NO!!! Please take this off of the t.v. As this is NEGATIVE & like I said before, SHAMEFUL!!! Uggg!!! PLEASE!!!

  • viewer | August 29, 2014 6:14 PM

    People cannot just accept the fact that the
    Spotlight is not always on the Caucasian dance world. Po

  • Ballet Dancer | August 29, 2014 4:10 PM

    I agree with you Michelle. This style of so-called "dancing" is crap. Miss "D" states she wants to prepare them for dancing school? Give me a break! They wouldn't make it past a beginner ballet class. And as far as their speech goes, maybe they should enroll in an English class to learn how to speak. The show needs subtitles so we can understand what they are saying!

  • viewer | August 29, 2014 2:58 AM

    Lol... Graceful.. Dying laughing.. My girls are dancers and I'm still dying laughing at your comment..

  • sad | August 14, 2014 10:24 PM

    Your ignorant to trash young girls and not know art.

  • Tee | July 30, 2014 1:18 AMReply

    1. Judging by these comments it's perfectly clear a LOT of you have never seen a Historically Black College University (HBCU) band perform. 2. It's perfectly clear a LOT of you do not know anything about the south. 3. Their dance style is NOT called majorettes. Majorettes twirl batons they do not dance. It's really sad how nothing in our society has changed when it comes to ignorance. Trashing these children and calling them strippers just WOW!!! Some of you need to expand your minds and step outside of your box. There are multiple styles of dancing and if you actually watch the show you will see SOME of the girls are actual trained dancers and can execute technical dance moves. Go on youtude and watch Southern University Dancing Dolls who performed with Madonna during a Super Bowl. Jackson State University Prancing Jsettes, Alabama State University Stingettes, Alcorn State University Golden Girls. I could go on and on but I'm not. I'm so glad I respect other cultures and appreciate art of all forms. And someone brought up cheerleaders as if their skirts come all the way down to their ankles but whatever!!

  • marie williams | July 26, 2014 3:41 PMReply

    What a shameful show. Bring It is not the type of dance style, trained cultured and dignified young ladies perform. Their sponsor has no dance training and Jackson State did not pick her for their dance line (Miss D stated she tried out 4 times), so why would you want your daughter who you hope to one day perform with the Ailey Dance Troupe, etc. teach her anything. WHAT A PITY. WHERE IS THE PROFESSIONAL BLACK DANCE COMMUNITY AND WHY HAVE THEY NOT PROTESTED AGAINS THIS TV SHOW! SHAMEFUL!!

  • Allani | July 24, 2014 11:57 AMReply

    I happen to go to a dance studio and am properly trained in different types of dance . If they want to go to schools like Juilliard and perform with Alvin Ailey that's fine , but they need to be retrained . I've never heard of that kind of dance until I saw the show,so it leaves me wondering if the south is the only part of the country That does this kind of dance which in that case is not very helpful to them.

  • Roz | August 12, 2014 5:12 PM

    Some of the young ladies on this team have training in different types of dance styles. If you watched the episode when they had tryouts for Captain, Camryn listed all of the styles of dance she was trained in. This type of dance is done all over the world. Google it!

  • NYC Resident | July 24, 2014 8:38 PM

    Thank you ALLANI ... My 15 year old daughter were just saying the same thing!

  • Sable | July 24, 2014 1:06 AMReply

    I don't get the dancing. Nothing graceful or beautiful about it. I see a lot of sexual moves, and asses shaking. So they want to become professional dancers? They will have to RETRAINED to dance properly to be on Broadway. Not feeling this show.

  • Viewer18 | August 29, 2014 1:46 AM

    However, most of the dancers whether or not they have training in other styles of dance have horrible technique. They bring their head to their leg in toe touches and high kicks and god forbid they point their toes. 2 or 3 will point and the rest of the team will have floppy feet. Either all the team flex your toes or point them but do not have floppy feet. And then Diane will say that she is OCD and she wants everything perfect. No, she does not. She just wants to win.

    I will say she is much nicer to watch than Abby Lee..

  • Ally | July 24, 2014 1:02 PM

    When did they ever say they wanted to be on Broadway, and they never said the dancing is graceful or beautiful either, it's the type of dancing you see majorette do ?

  • Trey | July 16, 2014 10:26 PMReply

    These gurls are so good you are just jelious you can't dance and have flavor. Plus no one knows those big words we be looking it up.

  • John | July 15, 2014 6:35 PMReply

    Plus these little girls look cute. You r idiot. You bee trippin. Yehaw

  • Marlene | July 15, 2014 5:20 PMReply

    You have the freedom to let little black girls act like strippers and I have the freedom to call you out on it. I don't care what white trash does it's my socioeconomic group that funds,supports and at times enables people like you to take and never give back.

    PS: they're means they are in the English language. It's ok I'm sure you don't need to know that working at Popeyes. Carry on.

  • Novelist | July 22, 2014 7:55 PM

    Wow....and they said that racism doesn't exist......get over it they say.....America has moved on since slavery and the civil rights movement they say.......I have black friends they say.......Well, Marlene although I don't particularly like the routines that SOME of the girls are performing, but to blatenly trash our race shows exactly why I'm glad I'm not white. How exhausting it must be to be you! Hatred takes a lot of time and energy. I bet you go to church and pray everyday don't you. Yup...God really loves your effort at loving thy neighbor as yourself. I would watch how you down other people and their offspring. Remember, you do have a daughter. Every day we see on the news about how some CRAZY white girl or women is either killing their kids or getting gang raped or worse disappearing after some beer crazed high school party. I don't think you need to worry about the black kids infiltrating your daughter's school. You may want to worry about all of the sex crazed druggies that inhabit your socioeconomic circles! That's all.....CARRY ON;)

  • Lynn | July 15, 2014 7:30 PM

    What the hell are you even going on about, nobody cares what you're " socioeconomic group " does, it's wrong to call little girls you barely know Strippers, and what like @ANGIE said White people have welfare too, so y'all aren't any better. So please, get over yourself.

  • Angie | July 15, 2014 7:16 PM

    Also no where in my or you're comments did I mention, " they're " or " they are ". So I don't know what you meant by that. But I'll just let you run you're bigoted mouth.

  • Angie | July 15, 2014 6:52 PM

    Please just stop, reading you're comments makes me lose brain sells. It's a shame you get off calling little girls name, and If you watch the show which you're bigoted ass, probably don't. Than you would know that these girls are really educated and are all going to to a performing Art schools. So yeah, go crawl back under the trailer park you came from.

  • John | July 15, 2014 5:23 PM

    Because white strippers don't exist. You're an idiot.

  • Marlene | July 15, 2014 3:52 PMReply

    People like me are the 1% that fund your welfare check each month. Don't bite the hand that feeds you.

  • Grayce | July 26, 2014 12:15 PM

    You are the type of People that make whites look like idiots. WE ARENT ALL LIKE THIS! Every race, black, white, Hispanic, ect. has their flaws and their strengths.

  • Novelist | July 22, 2014 7:37 PM

    The 1% right? You do know that there are more white people on welfare in this country than blacks.......

  • Angie | July 15, 2014 4:51 PM

    Hey you dumb ass bigoted, did you know that whites have 3 TIMES more welfare than any race in America? You don't believe me? watch?v=Ub0nWrdYaXw. So shut the hell up, and do you're research,before you type dumb crap like this, @JOHN is right, your father could of spared us a idiot like you.

  • John | July 15, 2014 4:17 PM

    As a white person I can honestly say your father should have pulled out to spare all of us from another dumb cracker.

  • Marlene | July 14, 2014 11:45 PMReply

    Next generation of EBT card holders. Who cares just keep them out of my daughters school district and neighborhood. Yuck.

  • Angie | July 15, 2014 1:05 AM

    Nobody gives two shits about you're daughter or you're neighborhood, go take you're bigoted ass some where else. People like you are just Yuck !

  • Diana | July 9, 2014 9:20 PMReply

    I just started watching this show tonight because from the description I read I thought it would be good..I was so wrong. I couldn't even finish one episode. As a parent of a pre-teen girl( of color I might add) I found it disgusting. My daughter is a competitive cheerleader so the uniforms and makeup didn't bother me..the dancing did. Those young girls are on tv twerking and dancing like low class strippers and it's pathetic to watch. A legitimate dance troupe would never dance the way those girls do. It looks like the teacher got all of those moves from various rap videos. It is sad that those girls are making fools of themselves on national tv and noone thinks that anything is wrong with it.

  • Bridgett | August 18, 2014 6:49 PM

    Sooooo, if u dnt like the genre of dance that the girls perform then dont watch or comment. Simple, bye. No one calls Anna Nicole and Madonna low class. Go play in traffic Dancing Dolls haters. The girls are not trying to attend a ballet school. They are all honor students as well. John Silver is a famous hip hop choreographer, this wld be the genre of dance they wld audition for. Hip hop is biggggg so get over it. Hip hop is legend! Get over yourselves and dont watch.

  • Lynn | July 14, 2014 10:35 PM

    It's called majorette, it's the type of dancing urban marching bands do. Also it's only sexually if you make it out to be. I'm going to keep this short because I don't want to argue.But Miss D knows that they get ridicule for the things they do. They even called out a team for being too sexually. If you watch the show, you know these girls are very educated and also they know different types of dance too like Ballet , jazz, and etc. Miss D teaches them that winning isn't everything and as long as their having fun, who cares what you or what other people think.

  • Flo | May 25, 2014 10:46 PMReply

    Did you graduate the 8th grade with that grammar and spelling. I agree it's egregious.

  • Coola | May 23, 2014 5:19 PMReply

    You're 18 learn to spell and talk right.
    Good lord! That was painful to read.

  • Jrn | May 23, 2014 5:17 PMReply

    Wow. I have never seen so many grammar and punctuation errors in one comment in my life! idiot!

  • Indea | May 21, 2014 7:10 PMReply

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  • indea | May 21, 2014 6:54 PMReply

    Ayeee The Dancing Dolls Pop Fr I Don't understand
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  • Tia | May 21, 2014 12:49 AMReply

    Last comment
    The reason why a woman of color shouldn't be a career cheerleader is because they have a short shelf life, it's a highly sexualized field and chances of getting to the pro football level are slim.

    Selling vulnerable girls pipe dreams is very dangerous and if they fall short then the opportunities to them have been limited from lack of planning and direction.

    Dreams are wonderful but as adults we need to teach our children about responsibilities and part of being a adult is doing things we don't always like or enjoy. That's life.

    So I'm saying help them get the good grades, go to college and be that doctor or lawyer. Hell if they make enough money quit and do something that you really love. At least they will have self respect, the ability to support themselves with out a man and the ability to do what they want when they want.

    We all know the saying don't put your egg in one basket? These girls making dance there life with the goal of being a cheerleader is doing just that. Makes me really sad actually.

  • Ann | May 31, 2014 9:16 PM

    I really wasn't going to respond, because like I said were going to agree and disagree with this topic. The girls want to be dancers, not cheerleaders, but I see nothing with being a cheerleader. It is a sport and a hard one, if you're dedicated enough to it. You can make it a career out of it.

    These girls can still get education , while still living there dreams, who say they can't have both.I will raise my child to get education but also know what they want to do in life, and if that's not being a doctor or lawyer than I won't force them to give up something they love even if it doesn't put money on the table or whatever.

    You're also forgetting that there's performing arts colleges that these girl can go too, if they wanna pursue dance as a career. That's you're opinion if you think these girls should be doctors or lawyers but I see nothing wrong if they choose dance as a career.

  • nicole | May 31, 2014 7:34 PM

    You need help.. That was uncalled for..

  • Tia | May 18, 2014 11:29 PMReply

    I don't condone dance moms either!

    What's wrong with being a Dallas cheerleader? Did you really say that? Abby doesn't have any children but oh well. Just because the brod is white doesn't mean she has all whites approval. That would be stupid.

    I'm bored by this. I really hope life goes well for those girls I just feel bad they they don't have better mentors and examples to help them. There is NO reason why women of color can't be powerful,educated,articulate women. They don't need to shake their ass for a living.
    I talk a lot of crap but at the end of the day I want more for these girls.

  • Viewer18 | August 29, 2014 2:25 AM

    Ann, The problem with telling these girls that they can go to a performing arts school is they are being taught improper form. They have horrific form. I don't care if they are being taught other forms of dance( ballet, Jazz, ect) these young ladies are being taught horrible technique. If Diane had their best interest at heart she would teach them proper technique. Did you Camryn's audition for the school? She can not do a simple pile. If you are being taught other forms of dance that should of been fairly simple. None of these girls being taught the way they are being taught will ever be a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader.. And Tia, you are incredibly judgmental. What you should do is watch a season of Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and maybe your very narrow mind might be opened. You really think that a cheerleader can pay her bills that way?

  • Ann | May 19, 2014 9:33 AM

    I agree, I'm already done with this argument. But I still don't think you get it, the reason I said " what's wrong with being a Dallas cheerleader " really what is wrong with that, just because they dance for a living, that's a bad thing come on now. Miss D is a great mentor to these girls, she pushes them and give them courage so they need to have confident they need to go and win, and even if they lose, always be the bigger sport and now in yourself that you did a great job, this also has been proven through out the season.

    You're right, there is no reason why women of color can't be powerful, educated, and articulate women, but if any women of color feels as though, if dancing or shaking their asses is what they love. Then I say go for it, I'm tired of us putting other women down for what they do, at the end of the day, if the girls love what they do and want to make this a career, I will not judged them or criticizes them. I want more for these girls too, but I rather for them to enjoy being a dancer, then to have to get a job their not passion about or don't want to do.

  • Tia | May 16, 2014 1:35 PMReply

    Ann as disgusted as you are over these comments I'm surprised you're not disgusted by the sexualization of these girls. Why aren't you upset about how this will look on a Harvard application for them? Why aren't you worried about what future employers will think of such skimpy outfits and moves? Aren't you concerned about how much time is spent in the studio and not studying? What about the fact that the world can see how ignorant and ghetto these moms act?

    These girls could be doctors lawyers and executives however they are being trained to be Dallas cheerleaders? Who needs simple things explained to them? Hmm

    Way to set the bar high!

  • Ann | May 16, 2014 7:47 PM

    @TIA This comment basically proves that you don't watch the show at all. First of all, it is only sexualization, if you make it out to be. If you watch the show which you probably haven't then you would realize that the girls go to audition for performance arts school. The style of dancing there doing is called majorette, it is basically the girls you see who perform with the marching bands. The moms have said through out the whole season about how the girls getting their education is important to them, and considering their woman of color and how people expected the of worst of them, and besides when ever they stay at the studio long is when they don't have school, so that point is invalid. There has only been three arguments between the moms and Diana, can you give me an example of how these moms are ghetto and ignorant. You want to talk about ghetto and ignorant, why don't you go watch dance moms, they practically fight almost every episode, what about skimpy outfits they wear, or the fact that Abby has a little girl younger than all of them , shaking her little butt in the music video or how the fact that Abby keeps making the one of her girls go out on dates even though she's just 15 years old, and don't you dare say that it is okay, especially when the boys are older . How about the fact that most of them miss so much school traveling and at the studio, that they have to become home school, just to keep up. But yet you want to talk about these girls, and there moms.
    Have you ever thought about that these girls don't want to be lawyers or executives, dancing is their life, if you watch the show you can see the passion in their eyes and that they love what they do. What is wrong with being a Dallas cheerleader ? Hmm

    Besides if the girls love what they do, who are you too judge, this why I said this is something that is so simple to explain, because it is.Any person with a right mind know this.

  • Ann | May 16, 2014 5:17 PM

    @TIA This comment basically proves that you don't watch the show at all. First of all, it is only sexualization, if you make it out to be. If you watch the show whitch you probably haven't then you would realize that the girls go to audition for performance arts school. The style of dancing there doing is called majorette, it is basically the girls you see who perform with the marching bands. The moms have said threw out the whole season about how school is important to them, and considering their woman of color and how people expected the worst of them, and besides when ever they stay at the studio long is when they don't have school, so that point is invalid. There has only been three arguments between the moms and Diana, can you give me an example of how these moms are ghetto and ignorant. You want to talk about ghetto and ignorant, why don't you go watch dance moms, they practically fight almost every episode, what about skimpy outfits they wear, or the fact that Abby has a little girl younger than all of them , shaking her little butt in the music video or how the fact that Abby keeps making the one of her girls go out on dates even though she's just 15 years old, and don't you dare say that it is okay, especially when the boys are older . How about the fact that most of them miss so much school traveling and at the studio, that they have to become home school, just to keep up. But yet you want to talk about these girls, and there moms.
    Have you ever thought about that these girls don't want to be lawyers or executives, dancing is their life, if you watch the show you can see the passion in their eyes and that they love what they do. What is wrong with being a Dallas cheerleader ? Hmm

    Besides if the girls love what they do, who are you too judge, this why I said this is something that is so simple to explain, because it is.Any person with a right mind know this.

  • Tia | May 16, 2014 2:13 AMReply

    It doesent matter how you spell it. Whore,hooker, slut. It is walks like a duck quacks like a duck it must be a?? Sweet little girl? Come on!
    Realize no mater how much you don't like it people are going to judge you by your actions! Don't want to be treated like a low class stripper? Don't act like one!

    Then have the nerve to be pissed when someone calls you a whore? Wow

  • Bridgett | August 18, 2014 6:59 PM

    First of all, who cares what ppl think? Only an idiot wld cl those little girl whores. Grow the hell up. Have u ever watched Drum Line? Dnt speak of that which u dnt know. "He without sin cast the 1st stone". Sooo Ungodly to speak of children in that manner.

  • Indea | May 21, 2014 6:59 PM

    Broo Chill With All DAT And Start Watching The Show On The Babies Yhu Stupid Ctfu Wen I Read Yo Connebts I Realize Yhu Dont Make Sense Ctfu yah Yah yah Start Watching Nicc

  • Ann | May 16, 2014 3:25 AM

    @Tia people like you are what's wrong with this world, calling little girls who are doing something they love and cherished a lot a whore. What you need to do on you're free time, is look up the definition of what a whore is. You are disgusting human being I have ever come across, I am ashamed to even have to explain something as simple as this too you.

  • malia | May 14, 2014 6:02 AMReply

    I don't understand thay all look like strippers slash whores in training. black or white its bait for pedifiles!!!!!

  • viewer18 | August 29, 2014 2:29 AM

    Indea- what are you saying? Nothing makes sense. Broo? Not a word. DAT? Nope... Yhu...

    I could keep going but really, if you're on a site that people are going to read at least make an effort to make it legible.

  • Ann | May 14, 2014 11:32 AM

    Learn how to spell, before you come for these girls. And you're only making you're self look bad by calling little girls names. Grow the hell up and leave them alone.

  • Tiff | May 2, 2014 9:38 PMReply

    No we aren't the parents of these girls we are the tax payers that will clean up the mess and their mistakes.

  • K | May 3, 2014 3:49 PM

    What are you talking about? Honestly, the only reasons for you spouting that crap that I can think of are, at best, making stereotypes about southern culture and, at worst, blatant and hateful racism. Either that, or you're dumb enough to think taxpayers pay for Lifetime shows. Man, I really hope you're just dumb.

  • What! | May 2, 2014 11:25 PM

    What " mess " and " mistake " are you even talking about ?
    Shut the hell up @TIFF !

  • shuntaviamack | May 2, 2014 2:06 PMReply

    MRS.DANNA WILLAMS IS THE BEST COACH OF THE DANCINGDOLLS AND I WILL LIKE TO BE APART OF IT CAUSE I LOVE TOCHANLLGE THE PURPLE DIMONDS

  • Viewer18 | August 29, 2014 2:32 AM

    Well, that should be easy. Just have the inability to not point your toes and have straight legs and you're good!

  • melinda | May 1, 2014 4:10 PMReply

    When I contacted Ekaka, I was in a complete mess. My lovelife had gone completely down the drain, and it looked absolutely HOPELESS. If it hadn’t been for ekaka careful advice and his precious spells to relieve me of the negativity around me, I would have never been able to keep going, and I wouldn’t have a boyfriend, either. Now I do! He’s a guy I already knew from work, but had never “thought of him that way,” at least not until Ekaka cast his spell to show me the way. He is the best. He saved me!!

  • nania dougee | May 7, 2014 8:59 AM

    Tell me how I can get hold of this ekaka dude. I will pay whatever just so he can make a spell to put me on dancingdoll team. I know I'm better than those girls anyway. But I need a spell to help me get on ddi4l for real!!!!!!!

  • Taylor Howard | May 1, 2014 11:13 AMReply

    How can I try out? I love to dance and I want to be on this show dancing is my life

  • Sasha | May 1, 2014 2:57 AMReply

    This show is to Black people what Honey Boo Boo is to White people.

  • LYNN | May 1, 2014 12:01 PM

    Or, Bring It and Honey Boo Boo is for shows that any race can enjoy, and that you're comment is piece of crap.

  • Rosie | May 1, 2014 2:15 AMReply

    I love this show " bring it"

  • Mylea Graham | May 1, 2014 12:48 AMReply

    Everybod talking about their outfits can stfu because YOU ARE NOT THEIR PARENTS. Do they have something to say , no , are you gonna buy their uniforms, no so saying that raise your own because they are doing one hell of a job raising THEIRS

  • Mylea Graham | May 1, 2014 12:36 AMReply

    The Dancing Dolls Are Really An Inspiration To Me And I Never Miss A Show. But Mrs. Dianna Is Not Only A Great Teacher But She Always Motivates The Girls To Do Their Best. Im 15 And That Show Has Really Inspired Me To Dance And I Thank You. Its Hard For Me Because , I Have No Money , And Life Is Hard. But When I See Those Girls They Let My Depression Go On Vacation, And Give Me Life. I Am A DD4L Although Im Not

  • Kely B. | May 1, 2014 12:06 AMReply

    It is great that Lifetime has a series specific to African Americans. The girls and Miss D are talented. I love how you can actually see Miss D teaching the dance moves. Unlike Dance Moms in which Abby walks around hollering; looking like she danced around a buffet way too many times. My daughter enjoys Bring It, but it's just not my type of show. Although I am African American, I have never heard of hip-hop majorettes. I am assuming it is a regional or subcultural activity. What I dislike about the show is that one of the mothers wears a tacky red wig and there is the one dad who comes up there with the pimp braids. Now don't get me wrong, it is super that a dad participates in his daughter's activities. But, the first thing that came to mind is GHETTO and therefore I labeled the entire show as ghetto. I also noticed that some of them need some assistance with proper English and articulation. If you are going to participate on a nationally televised show dress, speak, and carry yourself appropriately. In other words: use correct English (no slang and be articulate), dress/style that should not look like you are going to the club, and try not to act like a fool. Let Honey Boo Boo represent the rednecks. We (African Americans) know that not all Caucasians are rednecks; it's just a subculture. Just like we know that all African Americans are not ghetto. However, it takes only one African American to do wrong, act differently, etc and sadly it labels our entire culture. We (African Americans) should strive to be cultured and positive when we get an opportunity for nationally televised shows.

  • Vicky | May 1, 2014 10:22 AM

    So what you're saying is, you want them to change their lifestyle, and act like fake ass people, so African Americans don't get labeled Ghetto from one TV show. Yeah, that makes perfect sense....NOT! This show isn't about how they live, it's about they do and that's DANCING. If you don't like how they live, that is fine, but asking them to act and be a sort of way to please please like you is wrong and you should be ashamed.

  • Mylea Graham | May 1, 2014 12:43 AM

    Just because they are going on television doesnt mean they have to change their lifestyle. They are in there so we can see how THEY live and do what THEY do best. If They are ghetto why should that change. Learn the meaning of fake, because that's basically what your telling them to be, something their not.

  • Vicky | April 30, 2014 10:31 PMReply

    The hate that DD4L get is ridiculous, like you don't like the show fin, but you don't need to talk crap about the girls and Miss D, grow up, and stop hating on people you don't know nothing about.

  • Donna V | April 30, 2014 9:55 PMReply

    On April 28, 2014, Lifetime announced the 10-episode second season renewal of Bring It!.

  • told ya | April 30, 2014 9:02 PMReply

    Lifetime Orders Additional Episodes of BRING IT!

    Google that honey boo boo white haters.

  • Michelle | April 29, 2014 3:55 PMReply

    My daughter and I love this show!!!

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