Next Episode of Bring It! is
Season 4 / Episode 3 and airs on 28 January 2017 02:00
Bring It! returns with all new episodes this summer! After a series of crucial losses including at the final championship, Coach D is ready to shake things up at the Dollhouse. In an effort push her dancers to bring on their A game, Coach D announces the spots for battle captains are up for grabs and new dancers will be joining the team who are ready to pump up the volume. With creative new dance routines and solos, the competitiveness reaches an all-time high.Founded in 2001 by Dianna Williams, or "Miss D," the Dancing Dolls of Jackson, Mississippi, are one of the country's preeminent dance troupes, with over 15 Grand Champion titles and more than 100 trophies under their belt. With their adorable smiles and unique high-energy dance style, the Dolls, ages seven to 17, have taken the world of hip-hop majorette competition by storm. Each episode follows the top Dolls and their dedicated moms as they prepare for cutthroat competitions, parades and showcases, culminating in nail-biting stand-battles against their biggest rivals. Miss D has a well-earned reputation for being both a fierce competitor and a phenomenal mentor who teaches her students the importance of a good education, persistence and positive selfworth. As they compete against dance troupes in Mississippi and Tennessee, Miss D pushes her team to the limit, demanding that they "bring it" each and every week.Bring It! is produced by Pilgrim Studios. Executive producers for Pilgrim are Craig Piligian and Derek W. Wan. Eli Lehrer, Mary Donahue and Colleen Conway Grogan executive produce the series for Lifetime. Eight one-hour episodes of the series have been ordered for this season.
Dianna struggles to get her new team into shape; Crystianna and Faith vie for a solo; Dana makes waves in the viewing room; Dana wants to give the mothers makeovers.
Dianna is forced to change her choreography at the last minute, leaving the girls with no time to practice battle stands; the veteran Dancing Doll parents grow increasingly frustrated with a new mother.
Dianna and the Dolls must contend with a competition, a homecoming parade and a halftime show while preparing to face one of their most formidable rivals; Dianna throws a Neva-themed stand at the Divas of Olive Branch.
Dianna prepares the Dolls to face some of their toughest competitors, but Rittany throws a wrench in the plan when she hears the team is participating in another parade; Dianna gives Rittany an ultimatum.
Dianna has big plans for a spooky routine when the Dolls compete on Halloween; the Purple Diamonds await the Dolls with a new member in tow.
Dianna prepares an unlikely pair to since a gospel duet; and Tina gets ready for her wedding. Later, Selena's upset when she finds out she hasn't been invited to the ceremony as a guest.
The Dolls rehearse for a pompom competition against their Texas rivals, Xplosive; the competition heats up as Dianna cuts the Battle Royale soloist hopefuls from 11 to six dancers; Selena confronts Miss D.
Two straight losses put the Dancing Dolls under extra pressure; Dianna's controlling ways hamper Kayla's efforts to help the team; Rittany blames Faith for the group's losing streak.
Dianna choreographs a '90s-inspired, TLC-themed dance; Dianna struggles to get the team in shape; the parents campaign for Battle Royale solo cuts by pressuring Dianna to play favorites.
Still angry over Miss D's Drag Queen Diva stand, Neva crosses the line in Stand Battle this week and it could cost both teams dearly. State testing forces Miss D to make a risky decision and Tina goes on the offense when a new coach threatens to sideline Kayla.
The road to the Battle Royale is more treacherous-than-ever as semifinals force the Dancing Dolls take on 8 of their fiercest rivals to secure a spot. Camryn is pushed to her limits as her solo will make or break the team's chances and Mimi gets fired up over the "new moms'" lack of support for their captain.
After losing the Battle Royale two years in a row, Dianna overloads her team with complicated choreography and ambitious stands that involve guest appearances from alumni.
Coach D splits the Dancing Dolls into two teams for a scrimmage match; Kayla's team competes against Dianna's team.
Coach D enlists the Dancing Dolls in a grudge match against her rival, Neva; Dianna builds an army of over 100 dancers to compete against her foe.
Dianna agrees to a rematch against the Divas of Compton. Later, one parent loses it in the viewing room in response to the girls' freestyle routine; and Mimi struggles with the idea of allowing Camryn to date.
After a series of losses in the freestyle category, Coach D decides to whip her team into shape; Rittany gets fired up when Dana enlists Kayla for some private lessons; a meltdown in the stands causes a catastrophe at the competition.
Dianna enlists her husband's help with a basketball-themed creative routine. Later, Tamala calls out inappropriate behavior in the viewing room.
The dancers compete for a scholarship at a local university; Coach D must train the battle squad to dance on a college level; Tina and Rittany enroll Selena and Mimi on a dating website.
The Dancing Dolls team up with their rivals, the Purple Diamonds, to take on Memphis in a city vs. city competition; Coach D choreographs an ambitious creative dance; Sunjai gives Camryn a tour of her college campus.
Coach D's plans backfire when her decision to include 30 new dancers in a football field competition puts the team in jeopardy for game day; the tension between Selena and some of the other mothers comes to an explosive breaking point.
During the week of the final competition before the Summer Dance Slam, Coach D turns up the heat; Dana plans a big surprise for Faith's sixteenth birthday.
Coach D choreographs a stepping routine for the Summer Dance Slam; Coach Quincy and the Prancing Tigerettes work tirelessly to take the championship title away from the Dancing Dolls, then the competition takes a shocking turn.
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