‘World Of Dance’
Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo and the contestants of “World of Dance” are taking the world by storm. NBC

World of Dance” is set to premiere on NBC on Tuesday, May 30, and ahead of the anticipated first episode, a new promo featuring the judges and host has been released.

On her Instagram account, Lopez shared a copy of the short behind-the-scenes video of herself dancing with fellow judges Derek Hough and Ne-Yo and host Jenna Dewan Tatum. The clip opens with Lopez, Hough and Ne-Yo performing a routine, while Dewan Tatum waits for her turn on one side of the room.

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When she finally enters, Dewan-Tatum pairs up with Hough, while Lopez and Ne-Yo team up. The duos perform a few steps before exchanging partners. In the end, Dewan-Tatum is first to exit the room, followed by Ne-Yo, Hough and Lopez.

“World of Dance” is dubbed as the Olympics of Dance and is set to introduce hundreds of professional dancers to the world. Dancers have the option to perform as soloists, duos or groups, but only one performer, pair or group can bring home the $1 million grand prize. People from all parts of the world auditioned for the new reality TV show starting January.

According to the New York Times, “World of Dance” will feature a total of 47 acts in its upcoming 10 episodes. The youngest contestant from the pool is a 9-year-old performer.

While speaking with the publication, Lopez revealed that majority of the aspiring contestants really gave their best during the audition. This even resulted to some serious injuries. “We had broken bones on the show; we had injuries and emotional breakdowns,” Lopez said.

What makes “World of Dance” different from “So You Think You Can Dance” and “Dancing With the Stars” is the fact that the dancers perform their own routines in their preferred dance style. Lopez previously explained what her goal is for “World of Dance,” saying, “My whole goal with this show was to create an opportunity and a venue for dancers to actually be the stars and really make some money… Having a price that was meaningful and life-changing was very important.”