In the series premiere of America's Best Dance Crew, the crews choreograph numbers to their favorite remixes. The competition kicks off as Live in Color wows the judges with their high-energy performance.
The seven remaining crews face the sexiest challenge to date. Each crew was given one Britney Spears chart topping song and asked to create a totally original routine inspired by some of the pop sensation's provocative videos.
Eight crews will face our toughest physical challenge yet. Who will go hard? Who will go home? Each crew has to incorporate one demanding exercise into half of their routine in hopes of muscling out their competition.
Season 3 kicks off with nine crews performing to their own master mixes. After that the judges will determine which three crews need to battle in a do-or-die, sudden death face off that will send one of the crews packing.
All three crews dance to the same remix featuring the evolution of street dancing and the final two compete in an encore "do or die" round. Status Quo performs first, wowing the judges with their stunts but failing to impress with the choreography.
The remaining crews perform a Broadway number as a group and Status Quo masters a remix of "Hairspray". JabbaWockeeZ worry about learning the jazz steps for a "Chicago" number but still manage to wow the judges.
The crews put their own spin on tracks from Michael Jackson's classic Thriller in honor of the album's twenty-fifth anniversary. JabbaWockeeZ add hats and coats for their version of 'Pretty Young Thing' and give the judges little to pick on.
While waiting to see who's the next to go home, the crews must portray a character and tell their story with this week's routine. Mario announces that tonight's challenge will be to portray movie characters through dance and JabbaWockeeZ turn in an impressive performance as thieves.
The crews perform popular dance crazes with a special challenging physical aspect to throw them off. Week three starts out as Live In Color does their take on DJ Unk's "2 Step" while having to exchange clothing onstage. Safe from elimination, JabbaWockeeZ wow the judges with their creativity in defying gravity.moreless
The remaining 8 crews are given popular music videos to interpret and then choreograph a routine to. Mario Lopez kicks off the show with some voting results and Kaba Modern's video star challenge. Live In Color steps out of their comfort zone with a slow tempo track.
Millions of votes have been cast and now it all comes down to this - JabbaWockeeZ and Status Quo take to the stage one last time. Watch now to find out who is crowned America's Best Dance Crew. The eliminated crews return for an encore performance, and the West Coast teams battle it out to the Cali classic "Tell Me When To Go."moreless
This week is all about speed. The 7 remaining crews are given a mix that goes from smooth and slow to fast and furious. The crews will be judged on how well they can adjust to the faster pace and stay on the beat.
With an all new season coming up, we've decided to count down the most unbelievable performances in ABDC history! Plus, you'll get to see some of the new crews that are competing in season 4, premiering on Sunday, August 9 at 9pm ET/PT.
All five seasons' champions return for incredible one-off performances for charity. JabbaWockeeZ, Supercr3w, Quest Crew, We Are Heroes and our newly minted fifth season champion Poreotix all take the stage for this incredible exhibition.
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