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Dianna "Miss D" Williams from "Bring It!" stars in the Lifetime reality docu-series.

Dianna Williams has been dancing since the age of four. Over the years, she has studied Ballet, Jazz, Modern Dance, Belly Dance, and Tap at Angie Luke School of Dance. She was also a member of the Eye of the Tiger Drill Team (1982-1988), a member of the Dancing Dolls Drill Team (1989-1991) and captain of the California State Dominguez Hills University Cheerleading Squad (1997-1998). She is also the instructor,
Dianna "Miss D" Williams in "Bring It!"
Dianna Miss D Williams Bring It!
sponsor and choreographer of the Dancing Dolls Dance Team, which was established at Pied Piper Playhouse in 2001, founder and choreographer for the Grove Park Dancerettes (2002-2004), choreographer for the Callaway High School Chargettes (2006-2008), founder and choreographer for the Prancing Diamonds (2007), vice president and choreographer of the Jackson Association for Majorettes, member of the JSU Modeling Squad, sponsor and costume designer for the Jackson State University Twirlers (2004-2009) and Jackson State University Banner Girls (2007-present).

Williams graduated from Jackson State University in May 2005 earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. She is a former employee of the City of Jackson where she worked as a recreation aide and dance instructor for the entire north side of Jackson. She began to build the dance program at Grove Park in August of 2002. The most popular class was the Majorette Class. Its students went on to become members of the Dance Team Grove Park Dancerettes, middle and high school dance teams, community groups and collegiate dance squads.

Williams' greatest achievement in dance is Dancing Dolls, LLC, which has grown to become a powerhouse organization that not only develops great dance techniques but great leaders and wonderful young entrepreneurs. Within her dance career, Williams stepped out on faith and opened a dance studio of her very own in the heart of Jackson, named Dollhouse Dance Factory, which opened it doors in 2010. She teaches all of her students the importance of a good education, persistence, determination, self-esteem, manners, and self-worth.

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