Can’t get enough of Bring It! dancing coach Dianna Williams by watching Lifetime and following her on social media? No worries because now you can take her home with you! Well, a 16-inch version of her anyways.
Dancing Doll Faith Thigpen showed that she not only knows how to Bring It! on the dance floor, she also knows how to Bring It! when it comes to progressive eye-popping prom fashion! Keep reading for photos of Faith’s prom-stopping look, which was made by another reality star you may know and inspired by some other reality stars you most definitely will know!
Bring It! coach Miss D might have to change her nickname to Miss Double-D after she added two new girls to the Dancing Dolls this week in the form of breast implants! Miss D (aka Dianna Williams) had the procedure done on Tuesday — keep reading for her posts before and after having the surgery!
Was Bring It‘s Coach John Conner arrested? Only a few weeks after revealing his HIV diagnosis, the Lifetime network reality TV star has been apprehended for a number of crimes–chief among them the alleged rape of a 17-year-old boy subsequent criminal exposure to HIV. Read on for the full list of charges against Connor, along with his mug shot photo, and Connor’s own declaration of innocence.
Infamous Dancerettes coach John Conner from the Lifetime series Bring It! revealed yesterday that he attempted suicide late last week “by taking over 2 bottles of pills.” John, who was later placed in a mental institution on suicide watch, also revealed that he is HIV positive in the lengthy and confessional post.
Dance coach Dianna “Miss D” Williams has just announced she is going to “Bring It!” to the ATL! That’s right, the Lifetime reality star is opening her third Dollhouse Dance Factory location in Atlanta!
Bring It dance instructor Dianna “Miss D” Williams is in a bit of hot water after she shared a Facebook video of her new students at Dollhouse Dance Factory boot camp practicing in the hot sun. Dianna, who was relaxed in a chair in the shade during the live broadcast, later replied to commenters concerned about the health of the girls by stating “they get no breaks” and adding “water is for suckas.”
Long before starring on Lifetime’s Bring It, “Miss D” Dianna Williams starred in a very different kind of production… But she says she isn’t ashamed of her past.