Dianna Williams, also known as Miss D, is the studio owner, director and choreographer of the Dancing Dolls, a dance team from Jackson, Mississippi.
Dianna Williams was born on December 1, 1978 in Jackson, Mississippi. She started dancing at the age of 4 at the Angie Luke School of Dance. She is experienced in Ballet, Ballet Point, Jazz, Modern, Belly Dance and Tap.She has been a member of numerous dance teams over her dance career.: 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 (1997-98).
At the age of 19, Dianna was an adult film actress. However, she later left that industry to pursue her career in dance.
Dianna has founded, choreographed and sponsored numerous other dance teams: founder/choreographer of the Grove Park Dancerettes (2002-04); choreographer for the Callaway High School Chargettes (2006-08); founder/choreographer of the Prancing Diamonds (2007); vice president/choreographer of the Jackson Association for Majorettes; member of the JSU Modelling Squad; sponsor/costume designer for the Jackson State University Twirlers (2004-09); Jackson State University Banner Girls (2007-12); co-founder and coordinator for Kicks 4 Tata.
In May 2005, Dianna graduated from Jackson State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
On August 20, 2001, Dianna formed the Dancing Dolls Dance Team at the Pied Piper Playhouse. On August 23, 2010, she founded the studio, Dollhouse Dance Factory, which enrolled 23 students in its first semester. She currently has 101 students enrolled.
On February 1, 2009, Dianna married Robert Williams. They have a son together called Cobe. She is also the step-mother to Aja and Jayda Williams, Robert's daughters from his previous marriage.
During Bring It!
- Dianna had a dance studio named in her honour at Ivy Preparatory Academy, the room is called the Dianna Williams House of Uniqueness
- She created a makeup brand called Buck Box Beauty
- During her college days, Dianna tried out for the Prancing J-settes of Jackson University 5 or 6 times and failed to get on the team each time.