African American Dancers

Dancers of the Week: Erika and Erin Banks of Eagles Landing Dance Center

The Banks twins have been literally dancing since they were toddlers. They both have attended many dance conventions (KAR, The Beat and The Pulse on Tour) and have also competed in various dance competitions. Since this is the twins first year of high school, Erika has decided to take a break from competitive dance so that she will have more time to focus on school, but she still takes classes

Dancer of the Week: Kayla Lavine

Kayla Lavine is a 12 year old dancer who has won many dance competitions in the USA. We have posted her photos many times on our Instagram page. Here is her interview for Dancer of the Week January 24, 2017. 

Dance Links Around The World: Tips for Dance Moms

Check out these Tips for Dance Moms across the nation: 8 Things Dance Teachers Wish They Could Tell “Dance Moms” 8 Things “Dance Moms” Wish They Could Tell Dance Teachers Dance Mom 101 Dance Mom Survival Tips for Competition Day The 10 commandments of dance moms

Dancer of the Week: Lanaya Danielle

It has been a long time since we featured a Dancer of the Week. We asked our Instagram followers to submit their dance pictures for a chance to be posted along with an interview. Our first of 2017 is 11 year old Lanaya Danielle of Deane Dance Center. Check out her interview

Watch: Birmingham Dancing Dolls

Bring It! star and entrepreneur Dianna Williams have built a Birmingham Dance Dolls factory in Alabama. The girls were featured on Season 3 and have shown the world that they are just as sassy as their DD sisters of Jackson, MS. Here they are in competition from November 2016. These Birmingham Dolls are nothing to mess with. Season 4 of Bring It! will premiere on January 13, 2017.