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Bring It! season 5←Bring It! season 4 Bring It! season 6→
Bring It! season 5 episodes list:
In the Season 5 opener, Coach D tries to find the Dancing Dolls' next captain. Also, a new dancer and DDP shakes up the team after moving from New York City to Jackson and introducing some high-maintenance demands.
The Dollhouse captain nominee stands off against her sister, who happens to be the captain of Jackson's hometown enemy, the Purple Diamonds; Selena deals with a double dilemma when she tries to make one twin follow her sister's path.
The Dancing Dolls prepare for a big school-spirit competition, but the practices get interrupted when a texting scandal rocks the team; Coach D's punishment for the Dolls involved puts several of the potential captains' futures on the line.
Coach D organizes a showstopping competition to raise money for dance teams who lost their studios in Hurricane Harvey; tensions rise between two new DDPs who cannot seem to put aside their differences.
Coach D puts the B-Squad on the front line for Stand Battle; the DDP consult a psychic who has an unsettling prediction about future Dollhouse shake-ups; Faith's father surprises her with a potential opportunity that could take her away from Jackson.
The three suspended potential captains must earn their way back into Coach D's good graces; an epic showdown unfolds between Coach D and a DDP when an important Dollhouse rule is broken; Faith and DDP Dana explore opportunities in Atlanta.
The Dolls face off against the Prancing Tigerettes and Divas of Olive Branch in a heated Stands in Stands battle with a live band; Dianna finally takes Crystianna off probation and puts her to the test leading floor stands.
Coach D's female empowerment routine quickly spirals into a 28-minute dance marathon that exhausts the team; a few paranoid DDPs suspect that Jaylene is being secretly groomed for the captain position.
The Dolls prepare for a special Stand Battle that includes props, but Coach D fears the routine will fail when the dancers struggle to catch on to the choreography; former DDP Rittany returns as her sister, Valisa, lashes out at Coach D's decisions.
The Dancing Dolls face off against their most formidable foe, Black Ice, in an epic grudge match, but when the team's secret weapon backfires, the Dolls are left without a plan of attack; an emergency situation sends the competition into chaos.
Dianna travels to the Birmingham Dollhouse to coach the Baby Dolls for their first huge competition and finds complete chaos when they can't pull off their choreography; and Dianna leaves Kayla in charge to coach the Jackson Dolls and help her narrow the final three picks for the captain's position down to two.
Coach D narrows down the search for the new captain to the final two, and challenges them to face off in a heated Doll vs. Doll competition to determine who will be named the next captain; and emotions explode and the tears flow as Coach D lashes out at both captain potentials for not leading their teams.
The Dancing Dolls launch a fierce offensive to win the seniors' final Battle Royale; Coach D choreographs an epic Egyptian creative, complete with mummy baby dolls, giant phoenixes, and an untamed wild animal.
Major changes hit the Dollhouse as Camryn steps down as captain; Coach D breaks her biggest rule, shaking the Dollhouse to its core; the wild experiment led by Coach D's new permanent assistant coach, Marquell, sends the team into complete chaos.
The Dolls prepare for their first stand battle of the season with both boys and girls competing; when a betrayal like no other rattles the Dollhouse, the team is faced with their toughest decision yet: to battle or forfeit the competition.
Coach D gives four graduating vets a chance to choreograph a trio, and the winner's routine will represent the team in a national competition; the boys struggle to keep their heads above water.
Coach D prepares the team for a huge survivor-style elimination match, where heavy hitters can be picked off by the opposing teams; Jaylene battles personal demons that affect her performance; one of the vets suffers a debilitating injury.
Coach D breaks the team into pairs of two, with the winning duo getting the opportunity to represent the Dancing Dolls at an elite competition; Coach D enlists celebrity choreographer Don Draico to train the boys from the ground up.
After Faith is invited to sing with girl group Pink Heart, Dianna lets Hollywood hotshots invade the Dollhouse to shoot the music video; the Dolls are excited to be in the video but must first go through a series of brutal cuts to get selected.
The B-Squad prepares for an epic Stand Battle including participation from the DDP and the boys; the Dollhouse quickly becomes a madhouse as the DDP fails to impress, the boys struggle with stands, and the B-Squad suffers from lack of confidence.
While Coach D prepares the most heavy-hitting dancers for an elite national tour during hell week, Coach Marquell trains the new crop of Dolls for their first competition ever, alongside the B-squad, boys and babies.
It's the final competition of the majorette season, and the team wants to send the Doll seniors off with a final win before they head out on the national tour; newbies can't seem to get a complicated Barbie-inspired routine to not look plastic.