Lifetime’s ‘Bring It!’ reality show premieres tonight; meet the cast

Lifetime's Bring It reality show


Lifetime’s “Bring It” reality show 

Lifetime is debuting two new reality shows tonight, March, 5, 2014; “Preachers’ Daughters” and “Bring It!,” a high-energy, high drama program about competitive majorette dancers.

The focus of the show is on Miss D, the Jackson, Mississippi answer to Abby Lee Miller of “Dance Moms.” She will pirouette, twirl and high-kick her Dancing Dolls troupe into shape, all while dealing with several of the girls’ mothers whose overprotection and attitudes could be harmful to their goals.

Viewers will watch as the ‘Dolls’ that range in age from 7 to 17 continue to “bring it” in competitions and add to their already 15 Grand Champion titles and more than 100 trophies.

See the trailer for the program below.

Lifetime's Bring It reality show


“Bring It!” premieres tonight at 10/9 CST on Lifetime. Meet the cast below. -danielle canada

 Photo Credit: Lifetime


  • burt
    March 26, 2014

    Well this looks like another suck reality show that wil probably have suckcess regardless of how bad it is. Like so many other of these that flood the television and continue to make our young people dumber by the day.Remember when American television created shows with actors rather than make reality stars out of nobodys.I miss those days!!!

  • Sara
    July 26, 2014

    Dancing dolls !!! Bringing us the next generation of low class strippers since 1988. All that’s missing is a stripper pole and drunk ass guys making it rain. Shame on you lifetime

    • Jerome Woodward
      April 6, 2015

      I think this is one of the best shows on TV today. It shows how afro american young girls, are gifted dancers. This is showing a them doing something, positive, team oriented, goal driven. Thanks Bravo Bravo.From a proud Afro American Father of 3. Two girls. Married 30 years. Grandfather of 7.

  • Lanna Lane
    January 28, 2015

    Why are they cussing on the 2015 commercial/preview? And why is Lifetime airing that? I don’t appreciate the swearing on a show that is about kids.

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