TBH, I’m Still Kind Of Bummed ‘Intention’ Got Eliminated On ‘World Of Dance’

  • World of Dance heads into its third Duels round tonight, with the Juniors competing against each other.
  • Whoever loses their Duel tonight will join the eight contestants who’ve already been sent home.
  • In case you missed it, check out the full list of contestants who already lost this season on World of Dance.

Each week, the competition heats up on World of Dance (and not just because J.Lo keeps outdoing herself with outfits that are straight fire). Season 3 has seen no shortage of talented contestants, but not everyone can make The Cut.

By this point, you’ve seen tons of talented dancers representing so many different styles, and you’re probably struggling to keep track of them all (tbh, same). Don’t worry—here’s your cheat sheet for every single World of Dance contestant that has gone home so far.

West Springfield Dance

This high school girl group brought intricate costumes and tons of whacky-scary energy to their clown-themed dance, but still came up short in their duel against pint-sized powerhouses, the Crazy 8’s.

Battle Droids

The b-boys from Belgium impressed the World of Dance judges with their tricks during the qualifiers, but they didn’t step up their game enough in the duels to beat fellow junior team VPeepz.


After winning the judges over with their contemporary performance to Billy Joel’s “Piano Man,” this all-female junior team’s routine fell flat in the Duels round. They ended up losing to Get Down District’s high-energy waacking.


After losing their duel to Elektro Crew, all-male hiphop team MKAM still scored high enough to qualify for the Redemption Round. But unfortunately, second time wasn’t the charm, since they again lost to Dancetown Divas. Womp womp.

Tobias & The EZTwins

In the first upset of the Duels, this jazzy hiphop trio thought they had the competition in the bag, but were sent home by the D’Angelo brothers, a tap duo from Italy.

DD Flection

This contemporary duo won World of Dance Thailand, but ended up losing to their dance idol, Poppin’ John, in the duels. Not the worst way to go, tbh.

Derek Piquette

He impressed the judges with his flexibility and acrobatics in the Qualifiers, but lost to athletic contemporary duo Derion and Madison in the Duels. Unfortunately, it was Derek’s last opportunity to dance, since he has to go through a double hip replacement this year. (I’m not crying, you’re crying.)

Denise and Josh

This contemporary duo lost their duel to same-sex salsa dancers Jonathon y Jorge, but scored high enough to make it to the Redemption Round. But victory just wasn’t in the cards since they lost again to contemporary dancer Briar Nolet.

Who will go home this week? Only time will tell…

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