The BreakEFX crew talks about the origin of the group's name and the dance scene in Denver.
The Poreotix crew talks about debuting a popping style on the 'ABDC' stage and how their fans played a part in their 'Dance Crew' run.
The members of LA's Heavy Impact reveal why they're going to be the favorite crew out of the West despite the fact that they've only been together for a few months.
The first Hawaiian 'ABDC' team talks about their desire to keep the title on the West Coast and their strategy to get the audience on their feet.
California's clogging crew, The Blended Projekt, talks about how they're not your typical hip-hop crew and why they will stand out in the competition.
The dancers in Boston's Static Noyze talk about their love of ugly Christmas sweaters and the crew's underdog status.
The members of North Carolina's Saltare talks about the support they've gotten from the jump rope community and the crew's versatility.
Boston's Legendary Seven explains how they're not Season One's Status Quo and why they refuse to quit dancing.
The members of Rhode Island's draZtik discuss how their crew is like a Chinese buffet and why their hard-hitting style could take the entire competition.
Canada's Blueprint Cru talks about the group's main goal and the long road to the ABDC regional finals.
Houston's Ghost crew talks about the origin of their name, the group's style and their love of contacts.
The ladies of Houston's X-treme Motion crew let us in on an inside joke and demonstrate the art of 'buckin.'
The dancers in Atlanta's Swagger Crew talk about how talented the South really is and what they've left behind to audition for the show.
Atlanta's Royal Flush crew members discuss the advantages of not having dance training and their love of constructive criticism.
The members of Atlanta's Jungle Boogie crew talk about their style of dance, the sacrifices they made to be on the show and the crazy audition process.