Dianna Williams is an American choreographer, author, and entrepreneur. She became famous after she starred in the dance reality show ‘Bring It!’ (2014). She is widely known as ‘Miss D.’
Dianna Williams was born on Friday, December 1, 1978 (age 41 years; as in 2019), in Jackson, Mississippi. At the age of four, she began to learn dance and took dance classes of Ballet, Ballet Point, Beginner and Advanced Jazz, Modern Dance, Belly Dance, and Beginner and Advanced Tap at Angie Luke School of Dance, Clinton. In May 2005, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Jackson State University. While pursuing her formal education, she was a part of the dance teams: Eye of the Tiger Drill Team (1982-88), Dancing Dolls Drill Team (1989-91), and Captain of the California State Dominguez Hills University Cheerleading Squad from (1997-98).
Height (approx.): 5′ 7″
Hair Color: Black (dyed Blonde and Brown)
Eye Color: Black
Family & Ethnicity
Parents & Siblings
Not much is known about her parents.
She has three sisters, Alsher, Monique Carr, and Terra Angel, and a brother, Zurick Dalovedoctor Williams.
Husband & Children
In 2009, she got married to Robert Williams.
The couple has a son named Cobe Williams.
She is a stepmother to Aja Williams, Robert’s daughter from his previous marriage.
In 2001, she started working as a Recreation Aide and the Dance Instructor at the City of Jackson. She started Dancing Dolls Dance Team at Pied Piper Playhouse, Jackson, the same year.
In 2002, she started a dance program called Grove Park Dancerettes. The members of the class ranged from middle and high school dance teams to members of community groups and collegiate dance squads. The dance program at Grove Park progressed, and by the time, Dianna moved to Georgia from Jackson, students with age range 5-18 were getting training of Beginner Jazz Funk, Hip-Hop, Beginner and Advanced Tap, Majorette Dance, Alternative Dance (Advanced Jazz & Advanced Majorette mixed), Pre- Tap & Pre- Jazz. She stayed in Atlanta for a brief time. After returning to Jackson, she worked as a choreographer at Callaway High School Chargettes (2006-2008), Choreographer for the Prancing Diamonds (also funder; 2007), Vice President and Choreographer of the Jackson Association for Majorettes, Member of the JSU Modeling Squad, Costume Designer for the Jackson State University Twirlers (2004-2009), and Jackson State University Banner Girls (2007-2012). On August 23, 2010, she founded her dance studio called Dollhouse Dance Factory; the first batch of the studio had 23 students enrolled in its first semester. With the time, the studio advanced, and its franchises were opened in Atlanta in Georgia, and Birmingham in Alabama.
On March 5, 2014, she began her television journey with the American dance reality show ‘Bring It!’ The show features Dianna and her dance studio ‘Dollhouse Dance Factory’ as the teams compete in hip-hop majorette competitions, focusing on Stand Battle (a routine where two teams face each other and alternate “stands” (routines), which are called by the captain depending on what stand the other team performs).
- Choreographer(s): Debbie Allen, Paula Abdul
- Film: Ocean’s 13 (2007)
- Singer: Janet Jackson
- Dianna loves dogs and owns a Yorkie named ‘Coco.’
- After completing her graduation at Jackson State University, she interned as a Juvenile Justice system.
- In her teens, Diana was an adult film actress. Later, she left the adult film industry and made her career in dance.
- She moved to Atlanta due to her husband’s transfer after having her son. However, the things in Atlanta turned difficult for her family as her husband lost his job, which resulted in them selling their material things, such as Cars, to feed the family. Later, they moved back to Jackson where she started her own dance studio and began working as a dance coach.
- She runs a beauty line called ‘The Buck Box,’ which markets hair and makeup products.