We have not posted to our Instagram account for two days. However, it was brought to our attention that there was an intense dance battle taking place between teams Mckinley High School Pantherettes from New Orleans, LA versus Eastern High School Dynamic Lady Gems from Washington, D.C. But this was ONE VERY INTENSE BATTLE ON…
Bring It! Season 4 finale aired on April 28, 2017. We decided to share our thoughts on a few scenes from the show instead of a scene-by-scene recap.
Bring It! series star, Tanesha Brooks, celebrates her Sweet 16 in style. Check out pictures of her beautiful party with family and cast members.
On March 12, Daija Wilson, who stars on the hit tv show Bring It! celebrated her 16 Birthday with her co-stars, family and friends in Flowood, MS.
East St. John High School Sugarettes performed their routine with the marching band at the New Orleans High School Battle of the Bands. It is refreshing to see our younger brothas and sistas in competitions for the performing arts. Check out the video of their performance
Brooklyn United Elegance Auxiliary of Brooklyn United Marching Band performed an Arabian Nights inspired routine last weekend in the High Stepping Nationals 2017, a performing arts competition. Check out the video of their amazing performance
Watch The Dynamic Lady Gems from Washington, D.C. perform at the Southeastern Regional Dance Championship where they walked away with first place. Check out the video of their winning performance
Bring It! Season 4 first episode have premiered on January 13, 2017. Dancing Dolls battle out with longtime rivals Divas of Olive Branch along with D3 Dance Elite from Houston, TX. Check out the Full Dance and Freestyle Solo Scenes Bonus Footage NOW!
Check out these halftime dance routines of the Fabulous Southern University Dancing Dolls, performing to Grammy Award winning artist, Ne-yo’s “Beautiful Monster from the years 2010 & 2016
The Diamond Dancers are a female dance team from Chicago. On their Youtube channel, they have series call “Studio Sessions” that features group and solo performances. Check out their latest session to Southern University Marching Band “Nobody Does It Better”