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May 30th, 2017 under J-Lo, NBC


If you love dance, then you are going to love World of Dance that debuts at 10p on NBC tonight. The show pits dancers from all over the World against each other, and only one can win the grand prize of $1 million.

On tonight’s season premiere we see all types of dancers like Ballroom, Contemporary, Beat Boys and Jazz and each one of them will blow you away. So much so, you will want to take dance classes just so you can move just a tiny bit like them.

After each performer shows us why they are there, the judges, Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough and Ne-Yo, score them on 5 different criteria. Each category, Performance, Technique, Choreography, Creativity and Presentation, is worth 20 points for a total of 100 points from each judge and in order to move to the next round they need to score above an average of 80 points.

On tonight’s show, only one team won’t move on, but all the others will. I don’t agree with with which performer scored the highest score of the night because I thought they were pretty weak. But I did like the judges’ opinions for the most part. In fact, I really liked how the show wasn’t about them unlike Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance. Although, Derek Hough needs to tone it down a bit because he is almost as annoying as Nigel Lythgoe and Bruno Tonioli. Ne-Yo gives just enough and J-Lo is tolerable and I normally can’t stand her.

Also on the judges front and this is for the directors, stop showing their reactions during the routines. We want to see the dancers dance and not the judges’ faces. That is my biggest complaint and that says a lot that that is the only one.

Therefore, if you love dance, you will love this show. You will see things you have never seen before in dance and that is hard to do these days.

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