Biography / Wiki
An American dancer Dianna Williams rose to prominence from her appearance in the Lifetime network dance reality TV show ‘Bring It!’ As a profound dancer, she is also the owner of the ‘Dollhouse Dancing Factory’ in Jackson, Mississippi.
She established ‘Miss D’s Dancing Dolls’ in 2001 which is based on the performances of her protégés against various challengers. She has dedicated her life to dancing after college. She has polished her dance moves through training in varied genres and decided to participate in various dance competitions before creating her own hip-hop dance troupe.
Height / Weight / Age
Dianna Williams weighs 60 kg and 132 lbs in pounds. She is a graceful dancer who has a height of 175 cm or in feet inches 5’9” tall. She has short and wavy black color hair and sparkling wide dark blonde color eyes.
She has a flexible physique with a figure measurement is 34 inches breast, 28 inches waist, and 35 inches hips approximately. She will turn 43 years old in November 2021. Her bra size is 33B whereas her dress size is 3 and her shoe size is 6 (US).
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Dianna Williams $1.5 million USD approximately.
Education / Family
Born on November 27, 1978, Dianna Williams is a native of Jackson, Mississippi, USA. She is the daughter of Wayne Maines and Kelly Maines. She belongs to Afro-American descent and grew up along with her twin brother Jonas Maines.
She attended Raymond High School for elementary education. She has polished her dancing skills from Angie Luke School of Dance.
|Birth Place||Jackson, Mississippi, USA|
|Date Of Birth||November 27, 1978|
|Age||43 years (as in 2021)|
|Height||In centimeters – 175 cm
In feet inches – 5’9”
|Weight||In kilograms – 60 kg
In pounds – 132 lbs
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|School||Raymond High School
Angie Luke School of Dance
|College||Jackson State University|
|Home Town||Mississippi, USA|
|Fathers Name||Wayne Maines|
|Mothers Name||Kelly Maines
|Brothers||Jonas Maines (twin)
|Sister||Alsher, Monique Carr, and Terra Angel|
Career / Fashion And Style
After graduation, Dianna Williams started working as a Recreation Aide and the Dance Instructor for its various programs on the north side. She was also involved in the adult film industry but left the past behind to start afresh. She started the Dancing Dolls Dance Studio at the Pied Piper Playhouse.
Later, she had launched the Grove Park Dancerettes and acted as the choreographer for the Callaway High School Chargettes. She was elected as the Vice President and Choreographer of the Jackson Association for Majorettes in 2009.
A year later, she founded ‘Dollhouse Dance Factory’ and started the semester with 23 students. Soon the group became Miss D’s Dancing Dolls which witnessed major success in competitive dancing and won major trophies in various age groups.
Their success landed to the creation of the show titled ‘Bring It!’ which depicted the Dancing Dolls compete against various other dance troupes like the Prancing Tigerettes, Divas of Olive Branch, and the Purple Diamonds.
The show has been consecutively renewed into 4 seasons. The dance program included children from ages 5-18 years from different backgrounds and uniting them through dance.
Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband, and More
Dianna Williams is married to Robert Williams and the couple is blessed with a son named Cole and a daughter Aja.
|Children||Son – Cobe Jalen Williams
Daughter – Aja Williams
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|Favorite Actors||Johnny Depp|
|Favorite Actress||Jennifer Aniston|
Some Interesting Facts About Dianna Williams
- At Angie Luke School of Dance, Dianna Williams has learned Belly Dance, Jazz, Ballet, and Tap.
- She has a degree in Criminal Justice from Jackson State University.
- In 1982, she was one of the members of the “Tiger Drill Team”.
- In 2013, her Dollhouse has won the “Best Doll Studio Award”.
- Her organization Dianna M. Williams Inc. Mega Corporation includes six companies like DD4L Entertainment, D. Williams Dance Company, D. Williams Cheer Company Dollface Dancewear, Dancing Dolls, and Dollhouse Dance Factory.