A loud and proud male dance team from Mobile, Alabama, The Prancing Elites try to balance both fame and prejudice to continue doing what they love. Inspired by NeNe Leakes, the Elites stand up to objections by showing who they are at a local parade.
After being rejected by all-female dance competitions, the Prancing Elites create an event in which both men and women can compete against each other. But the Elites struggle to handle the pressure when one member gets sick at the last minute.
The Prancing Elites have big dreams of performing in front of a stadium-size crowd, so they travel to New Orleans to try to perform in the Bayou Classic- and they won’t take no for an answer. On the way back, Jerel gets some heartbreaking news.
The Prancing Elites get the opportunity to turn the heads of Mobile's greatest secret society.
The Prancing Elites return to the Jackson Black Pride J-Sette DanceChampionship to defend their title. But when Kareem’s health threatens to keep him out of competition, will the Prancing Elites prevail?
The Prancing Elites book a gig on a dinner cruise boat-but the job hangs on their ability to help promote the event and recruit enough customers. Kareem finally reveals the secret he's been keeping.
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After his diagnosis as HIV positive, Kareem and his team put together an HIV Awareness Event.
Unhappy about Kentrell’s recent bookings, Jerel takes matters into his own hands and books the team a new gig at a Western Bingo Bar. Adrian gets a full time job, but how will he balance working full time and dancing with the team?
Tim is heartbroken from breaking up with her boyfriend after he does something unthinkable. The Elites say "I DO" when asked to perform at a Mardi Gras-themed wedding.
Hoping to take the Elites to a new level, the group heads to Los Angeles to audition for a music video. The Elites meet with a Media Coach to prepare for a radio interview, but Kareem is hesitant to speak out.
The team prepares for their first co-ed competition, but friction within the team and hostility from the crowd is hard to overcome. Will the team rediscover their passion and rise to the top, or crumble under the pressure?