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A hip-hop majorette troupe trains and competes. In the opener, the Dancing Dolls dance team prepare to go up against a fierce rival in Chattanooga, but head coach Dianna forbids some of the dancers from participating due to a disappointing rehearsal. Meanwhile, the team captain struggles with the added pressure of performing a solo.
The Dancing Dolls compete in Memphis against some of the best dance teams in the South. Rittany tires of Dianna's harsh teaching style and pulls Crystianna out of rehearsal; and a judging controversy leads to a riot.
The Dancing Dolls return to Memphis to avenge a loss and take on the Prancing Tigerettes. Meanwhile, Selena learns a hard lesson when she tries to bully Dianna; and Camryn gets to perform her first solo in competition.
The Dancing Dolls get their pint-sized counterparts, the Baby Dancing Dolls, to compete in their place so they can focus on developing a secret weapon to defeat their biggest rival, the Prancing Tigerettes. Meanwhile, Selena's bad behavior threatens her daughter's future on the team; and the squad members question Kayla's leadership as captain.
The Dancing Dolls go back to Memphis to compete against rivals the Prancing Tigerettes and the Divas of Olive Branch. Meanwhile, Sunjai earns a spot on the team's Michael Jackson-inspired number; and Kayla asks her dad to attend one of her performances.
A so-called street battle between the Dancing Dolls and rival Divas of Olive Branch gets out of control when tension on the dance floor sparks a clash between dancers and spectators. Meanwhile, Camryn leads the Dancing Dolls during a parade to show Miss Dianna that she has what it takes to be captain.
The Dancing Dolls defend their title of "The Best Dance Team in Jackson" in a hometown battle against local rivals the Purple Diamonds. Meanwhile, Mimi tries to convince Dianna to let the moms back into the dance studio during rehearsal due to the cold weather; and Sunjai competes in Stand Battle for the first time.
Dianna calls for an all-night rehearsal when the Dancing Dolls struggle to master some difficult stands as they prepare to compete against the rival Dynamic Diamond Dollz in Memphis. Meanwhile, Sunjai shines in a burlesque routine.
Season 1 ends with the Dancing Dolls competing in a winner-take-all "Battle Royale." The dancers feel extra pressure to perform well when they learn that the judges are professional dancers and choreographers who may be looking to discover someone.
Dianna shares secrets from Season 1 and offers a history of the hip-hop majorettes. Also: highlights from the season; insights from the moms and girls on the behind-the-scenes drama. Kim Coles is the host.
The most memorable performances and defining moments from Season 1 are featured. New interviews and previously unseen footage provide fresh perspectives on Miss D., the dancers, their families and their rivalries.
In season 1.5, Miss D holds tryouts for veteran dolls and new hopefuls. New and old dancers descend on to the Dollhouse Dance Factory for tryout camp. Veteran doll Tamia challenges Camryn for the coveted head co-captain position. Will Sunjai tryout for the team?. Crystianna fights her nerves when she performs her first solo.
With the Bay Area Battle looming, Miss D prepares the new members and stand battle squad for the competition. Sunjai has to decide to perform with her team or go to her high school prom.
A new cocky team from Miami, Florida challenges the Dancing Dolls to a stand battle. The Dancing Doll Parents are featured in a Beyoncé inspired number, but the tables turn when Sunjai's mom, Selena, finds herself at risk of getting cut from the routine.
The Dancing Dolls step outside their comfort zone and perform a lyrical dance routine. Kayla gets a surprise from her team that she will never forget for her high school prom.
The team travels to Nashville to battle their one of their biggest rivals, Ladies of Excellence. The moms create a plan to spy on Miss D, and plan a bake sale to fund their scheme. Kayla's decision makes Miss D and the Dolls call her leadership into question.
The moms and the Baby Dancing Dolls get the spotlight when the moms perform in creative dance with Kayla, Sunjai, and Camryn's dads, but Crystianna's aunt, Rittany, can't keep up with the choreography. Miss D gives the Baby Dancing Dolls tough love when they take on their biggest rival, the Baby Prancing Tigerettes.
When Sunjai struggles to make the stand battle squad, it sends Miss D's nerves in a spiral, prompting Kayla to come to the rescue. The Dancing Dolls defend their home turf against Virtuous Divine who have come to avenge a loss.
The Dancing Dolls and the Dynamic Diamond Dollz go at it once more to settle some unfinished business. Camryn's dream of becoming head-captain is in trouble when she misses a beat. An all-male dance team challenges the Dolls to a hip hop competition.
The Dolls go back to Memphis to face the Dynamic Diamond Dollz after having to settle for a tie the week before, but first, they must contend with a wide range of competitors and the Baby Dancing Dolls are featured in the parade catagory. Meanwhile, the race to replace Kayla as captain next year heats up as Camryn and Tamia begin to bump heads for her position.
The competition season concludes with one final championship event. The Dancing Dolls are trying to avenge a loss to the Divas of Olive Branch at the "Battle Royale". Miss D also has a solo of her own to focus on and the Dolls prepare to face an unknown but very talented team who is in the way of their victory.
The Dancing Dolls go on the road to different cities on a "Buck or Die" camp to teach children majorette dance styles. Kayla, Sunjai, Camryn, and Crystianna are soon pitted against each other for a special role in next year's competition season.