“World of Dance” Season 1 will finally head to the cuts on Tuesday night.

NBC just dropped a teaser for the upcoming installment, and it revealed that over half of the remaining acts will be sent home. In addition, the 40-second clip introduced this season’s guest judge, Misty Copeland. The professional ballet dancer will be helping judges Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough select the best dancers in the show.

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In the same promo, Lopez hugs junior dancer Eva Igo. She also tells Diana Pombo how great a dancer she is with tears in her eyes. The 11-year-old professional will be facing off against Igo, and by the looks of it, she will be the one to advance to the next round of the competition. Pombo has been Lopez’s favorite ever since her audition, but she and the other judges also raved over Igo.

At one point, Copeland will not be able to contain her excitement while watching one of the contestants perform. The other contestants who made it past the qualifiers include Super Crew, The Lab, Les Twins, Fik-Shun, Keone & Mari, Miami All-Stars, Ian Eastwood and the Young Lions and the Mihacevich Sisters.

Meanwhile, after the top dancers are named in the cuts, all six of them will be heading to the divisional finals. Two acts from the three different categories will face off in the same round. Unfortunately, three contestants will be sent home, while the other three will be the ones competing in the world finals for the $1 million grand prize.

In other news, NBC previously announced the renewal of “World of Dance” for Season 2 just weeks after Season 1 premiered. The network also dubbed the new dance reality TV competition as an instant summer favorite among audiences. Throughout its first five episodes, the ratings for “World of Dance” have been steady. The first season is expected to have a total of 10 episodes, and it is unclear whether or not the world finals will be live or has already been pre-taped.

“World of Dance” Season 1 airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EDT on NBC.