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Two Talented Groups Face Off On 'World Of Dance' Using Sam Smith And Kendrick Lamar Tunes

We "Pray" that they remain "Humble."

Yet again we're inching closer to the end of another season of World of Dance. In the final installment of "The Duels," airing this Wednesday (August 15), Embodiment and Brotherhood are poised to face off to see who can make it one step closer to winning that cool $1 million grand prize.


Just to make the wait a little easier, we have some good news: A Plus has an exclusive sneak of these two talented groups going at it.

In the clip, Embodiment — which is from Los Angeles, and is run by by So You Think You Can Dance alum Rudy Abreu — is the first to take the stage, performing a contemporary routine set to "Pray" by Sam Smith. It's a really sharp routine, made that much more stunning by the all-white outfits the guys (a team of 13 who range from 15 to 28 years old) are wearing set against the red-themed stained glass background.

Next up in the clip is Brotherhood, an 11-member collection from Vancouver which is made up of hip-hop dancers between the ages of 20 and 28. These guys are clad in camouflage cargo pants and hats, giving off a military vibe with a swagger-filled routine set to Kendrick Lamar's "Humble." The highlight? Well, besides the hard-hitting synchronicity between the dancers is when they briefly break into ballet moves.

We're certainly glad the decision of who to keep isn't in our hands but is instead up to the judges — Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo, and Derek Hough. They have to choose between a routine full of heart and a routine full of grit, so at this point there's no telling which way they'll go.

Watch our exclusive "World of Dance" sneak peek here:

World of Dance airs Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.


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