World Of Dance: 6 Things To Know
The show is divided into three divisions: junior (dancers who are 17 years of age and younger), upper (dancers who are 18 and over with up to four members), team (dancers who are 18 and over with more than five members). Competitors hail from across the globe and the show will feature soloists, duos, trios and groups competing against one another.
For every routine, the judges get 20 points each to assign in each of these five categories: performance, technique, choreography, creativity, and presentation. To move onto the next round, a dancer or team must average 80 points between their three scores, and the scores are determined solely by the judges.