‘World Of Dance’
Will Les Twins make it until the end in “World of Dance” Season 1? NBC

“World of Dance” Season 1 is close to revealing the final four acts that will make it to the divisional finals.

Ahead of Tuesday night’s episode, NBC released a teaser featuring the remaining contestants that have yet to perform on stage. Last week, the first five junior contestants already performed, and Eva Igo, 14, and Diana Pombo, 11, came out on top. After the juniors’ performances, two of the five teams also competed. As of late, Swing Latino is at the top of the leader board.

Read: Will Keone & Mari faceoff against Les Twins in the divisional finals in “World of Dance?”

The next three teams will compete on Tuesday night, and the top two contestants will be named thereafter. After the teams, the four upper contestants will also face off. Fik-Shun, Luka & Jenalyn, Les Twins and Keone & Mari will be battling it out on the dance floor, but only two will head to the divisional finals.

In the clip, Fik-Shun said that his upcoming performance will be the most difficult dance routine he has ever done. The “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 10 winner already brought home the $250,000 grand prize from the reality TV competition several years ago, but he’s also trying his luck in “World of Dance.”

Just like him, Keone & Mari and the Les Twins are world-renowned duos who have traveled across the world to perform. Keone & Mari also starred in Justin Bieber’s music video for “Love Yourself.” Unfortunately, two of the upper contestants will be sent home towards the end of Tuesday night’s episode.

Next week, the top two contestants from each of the three categories will compete in the divisional finals. The dancer who will receive the highest score will be representing her or their category in the world finals. “World of Dance” will name its winner next month, and whoever will make it until the end will bring home the $1 million grand prize.

“World of Dance” has also been renewed by NBC, and judges Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough encouraged those who didn’t make it in Season 1 to return next year.

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