If you have been following us since January 2016, you should know by now that the reality Tv show Bring It! was the reason this blog was started. We were nervous about asking the show’s star and Dancing Dolls Captain Camryn for an interview. There was no need for nerves because she was able to take the time out of her busy schedule and answer some questions for us…Check it
African American Dancers. Brown Dancers
We never recapped the finale of Bring It! on Lifetime Tv Network, that aired weeks ago. In the Episode, the stars, Dancing Dolls, of Jackson, Mississippi, performed at the competition Summer Slam. For their creative dance they paid homage to African American Sororities Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta, and Tau Beta Sigma.
New York based Photographer Gregg Delman has teamed up with famed ballerina Misty Copeland to produce a book of her beautiful moves. The images are very artistic and a continuation of Copeland being a great role model for young ladies of color. Check out the images inside…
Our next featured for our Formation Series are the dancers of East St. John High School Sugarettes of Louisiana. Check out their pictures and videos…
Check out this wonderful performance by DanceMakers of Atlanta at the prestigious Dance Awards.
We spotted this Youtube video of Pretty Brown Dancers Kori Edwards performing to a Mashup of Beyonce’s “Flawless”. Check it out
During the taping of Season 4 of the hit show Bring It!, Stars Coach Dianna Williams and her dance team from Jackson, MS, the Dancing Dolls, appeared on the award winning talk show The View to slay the #ViewSlide challenge.
Pretty Brown Dancers will like to congratulate Tamala Jones, who guest stars on the Lifetime Tv show Bring It! and is the Dancing Doll Parent who keeps peace in the Parents Lounge.
1. Huntington High School Silver Treasures 2. Albany State University Golden Passionettes 3. Port Allen High School Royal Blue Dancers 4. Northwest High School Dazzling Dolls
If you followed my Instagram, you have saw many many pictures of dancer Sydney Guine from the famous Debbie Allen Dance Academy. It is now her time to shine as our Dancer of the Week. Check out her interview…