On last night’s episode of ‘World of Dance’ the duels continued. With so many great performers still on the show, every duel turned out to be an epic dance battle. The judge had a hard night of judging, but in the end they made sure the best dancers moved on to the next round.
Here is a recap of the duels and who came out on top:
Diana Pombo vs. The Posse – The Posse decided to change things up when they incorporated a prop in their routine. They used a rope tied around their wrist to connect to each other. They used their numbers to create beautiful visuals and did a great job moving in sync to one another. Diana used her amazing talent to wow the judges with a technical number. At 11-years-old, she showed more skill than dancers twice her age. Diana won with 91.3 to 86 points.
Super Cr3w vs. Royal Flux – Super Cr3w brought out the moves in this routine. Known for their B Boy style of dancing, they performed some extremely difficult maneuvers and made it look easy. The contemporary group Royal Flux were just as athletic as their rivals and performed some crazy lifts. Although the judges said, “It was magic,” it still wasn’t enough to win. Super Cr3w beat them with 89 points to 86.3 points.
The Lab vs. The Boys of Temecula – The lab showed the most energy last night and performed tricks so exciting that Ne-Yo called them “little sticks of dynamite.” The Boys of Temecula is a group that is known for their technicality. They made full use of the stage and gave a killer performance. In the end, The Lab came out on top with 89.7 to 84.7.
Les Twins vs. Kyle Van Newkirk – Les Twins showed off a style that definitely made them stand out last night. The brother impressed the judges so much that J. Lo said, “You just showed everybody how the duels should be.” Kyle Van Newkirk gave a passionate hip-hop style tap routine that was engaging and fun to watch. The judges gave this battle to Les Twins with a score of 92 to 86.
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