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When “Bring it” first aired last year, March 5, 2014 to be exact, the world said “Yes!” Finally a family friendly show that the wholeeeeeee family can sit back and enjoy. “Bring it” documents Coach Dianna Williams, also known as Mrs. D, and her Dollhouse Dance Factory in Jacksonville, Mississippi. Alongside Mrs. D is her talented majorette team and some of their feisty moms. The team, whose slogan is “DD4L,” (let the “L” roll off your tongue) competes against other majorette dance teams across the U.S.
Each episode follows the proclaimed Dancing Dolls as they prep for that week’s competition. Each week, we see the dolls compete in a variety of field shows, solos, creative dances, and their main focus, the stand battle. The stand battle is where two teams compete head to head with their crunkest, livest routines. These battles are most definitely the highlights of the show.
#DD4L consists of a large group of gifted dancers including captain Kayla, co-captain Camryn, Sunjai, and Drillmaster Crystianna who have recurring roles each week.
Kayla is in her senior year of high school and will soon be leaving the dance squad for college. She has proved she is worthy of her captain’s position on numerous occasions. Her confident, fierce personality matches her ability to dominate the dance floor. She is a positive role model for her squad and girls everywhere.
Camryn has been dancing with the Dancing Dolls since age 10. As the show progresses, we see the shy young lady also prove her position on the team. Not only does she excel of the dance floor, but in academics as well. Camryn and her mom have their eyes on the captain’s position once Kayla graduates. Also in the run-in is fellow teammate Tamia. The two have excelled this season and the world is excited to see what’s in store for these two.
Sunjai has been dancing since the age of 5 and has been with #DD4l since 2012. She has grew tremendously since we were first introduced to her season one. Sunjai has struggled to make stands and through hard work, determination, a will to fight, and an even determined mom, she has not only made the battle squad but has killed it on the floor each competition.
Though she is one of the youngest on the battle squad, Crystianna has added that extra innocent flavor that wows the crowd. This buckin’ princess might be soft spoken, but once the music turns on she is a beast on the dance floor.
Looking for a show that you can enjoy with your kids, “Bring it” is definitely the show to watch. Want to watch a doll come to life and buck your heart out? Don’t let the cute faces fool you, these dolls are beasts on the floor.
Catch “Bring it” on Lifetime Fridays at 9/8c.
By: Simone Grant