Jennifer Lopez and Jenna Dewan Tatum are celebrating the success of “World of Dance.”

On her Instagram account, Lopez shared a Boomerang of herself and Tatum blowing kisses to their millions of fans. Lopez also urged everyone to tune in to the third episode of the hit dance reality TV competition.

On Tuesday night, a slew of dancers took the stage to showcase their talents, and just like in the first two episodes, most of them made it through to the next round: the duels.

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The highest-scorer of the night was the Swing Latino with an average of 89.3. The members of the group have been dancing together for the past 15 years. Judge Derek Hough commended them for being artistic and athletic at the same time.

Fourteen-year-old contemporary dancer Eva Igo also advanced to the next round of the competition. Her beautiful performance earned her a score of 88 points. Hough called Igo’s talent extraordinary, while judge Ne-Yo was impressed with how she managed to make herself look taller simply because of her flawless technique.

The Mihacevich Sisters received an average score of 87 after proving to the judges how synchronized they are whenever they take the stage. Lopez was so moved by their performance that she was seen pulling the arms of Ne-Yo and Hough in sheer excitement.

Just like the three siblings, the Jabbacwockeez also made it through to the next round with a score of 86. It was quite surprising that they didn’t receive the highest score of the night. After all, the group was named the first ever winner of “America’s Best Dance Crew.” They also competed in “America’s Got Talent” Season 2 several years ago.

DNA, which is made up of a married couple, also made it to the next round with their score of 86 points. The ballroom dancers proved how much effort they put into their routine, and all three judges were happy with their performance. The lowest score for the night was given to Ian Eastwood and the Young Lions. But even though they only received 83.7 points, they will still be heading to the duels.

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