‘World Of Dance’
Will Eva Igo receive an average score of at least 80 points in “World of Dance”? NBC

“World of Dance” will air a new episode on Tuesday night, and one junior contestant will win the hearts of the judges.

In the teaser released by NBC for this week’s episode, 14-year-old Eva Igo dances her heart out and combines her impressive technique with her stunning personality. By the looks of it, Igo will make it through to the duels and will be competing against contemporary dancer Diana Pombo.

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Additionally, the Jabbawockeez will also be competing in “World of Dance” this week. The masked hip-hop dance crew will be vying for a chance to bring home the $1 million grand prize. According to E! News, the group’s performance is nothing short of amazing, so it would be a shock if they don’t receive at least an average score of 80 points from judges Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough.

The Jabbawockeez first gained fame after they competed in the first season of “America’s Best Dance Crew” in 2008 and ultimately won. The group also has an official website that contains information about their upcoming performances.

Meanwhile, the contestants who will make it through to the qualifiers in “World of Dance” will compete in the duels. Following this round, Lopez, Ne-Yo and Hough would have to let some of the dancers go in the cuts. Whoever will make it through will head to the divisional finals. The final three contestants from the three different categories, juniors, uppers and teams, will compete in the world finals.

Last month, Lopez talked about “World of Dance” and how different it is from other dance reality competitions on television. While speaking with Variety, the judge said that she felt she was the perfect fit for the show.

“It’s a perfect fit for me, starting as a dancer, talking about what I love and doing the thing that I do best. This was a surprise idea to go back to judging after ‘American Idol.’ I didn’t think I’d be doing that so soon, but at the end of the day, it’s about the quality of the project and what moves me as an artist, and this is what I wanted to do,” she said.

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