World of Dance 2017 – Les Twins: The Duels (Full Performance)

World of Dance 2017 – Les Twins: The Duels (Full Performance)

The Upper Division’s Les Twins performs to Monique Bingham’s “Deep in the Bottom (of Africa)” in their Duel with Kyle Van Newkirk.
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World of Dance 2017 – Les Twins: The Duels (Full Performance)

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20 Responses

  1. NBC World of Dance says:

    That neck snap at 1:15 was savage! We loved how into the spirit of The Duels Les Twins got. What was your favorite part of their performance?

  2. Hedonism says:

    Kyle only lost to the best dancers in the world – Larry 2k17

  3. Gabby Chavez says:


  4. Kristen Woodruff says:

    “We chose him because he dances with his heart on his feet.” Such bullshit. They chose Kyle because they knew it would be an easy win. I completely agree with Derek, their confidence (more like cockiness) is TOTALLY off putting. And honestly, was that part at the end really necessary? I would be lying if I said they weren’t great dancers, but I have absolutely no respect for them as people.

    EDIT: As I’m reading my comment, I can see that I came off a bit harsh😂I’m sure people that have watched a ton of dance battles are used to seeing moves like the part at the end. However, for someone like me who has never seen a battle, moves like that can make a dancer or dancers come off as incredibly arrogant. I’m sure it’s common, but it was a surprise to me. And even if you’re of fan of Les Twins, you have to admit that they have strong personalities that can be off putting at first. Also, question about the three way battle next week: do two groups go through or do two go home?

  5. Carmento Icelyn says:

    Didn’t we say people that don’t know the twins aren’t ready for them?

  6. DannyNG says:

    All I gotta say is Rip everyone else #bodybagged⚰️☠️

  7. Sergio Hernández says:

    This performance is to prove how much footwork they have and no style can beat them
    Les twins 👌🏼👌🏼 as always

  8. Banks says:

    OMG! The ending was a brutal metaphor. That was total savagery.

  9. PTX 5 says:

    Can yall just give them the check Now? there are a lot great dancers on this show, but les twins are special. The way they move, their style, it goes beyond hip hop dancing.

  10. branberrycakes says:

    Les Twins with the Fatality.

  11. A Vintage Librarian says:

    I feel sorry for the one going after them. They brought their A game and that neck snap?!?!?! Lookn STRAIGHT in their eyes as he snapped it. SAVAGE!!!

  12. Edwina Telemaque says:

    On repeat !!

  13. rachel rosales says:


  14. Chloe Larkin says:

    Should’ve gotten a higher score than 92…

  15. Brandon Lerit says:

    Les Twins are such dicks I hope they get destroyed by someone else.

  16. Oscar Morel says:

    I never thought I would see someone get roasted with dancing.

  17. TWSamm says:

    if you guys are looking closely. its a story about bringing life to a puppet (?) and in the end the puppet kills the creator after the creator had taught him all he knew.

  18. Dorothy Jules says:

    For those that are complaining about the fact that kyle was a easy win for the twins you gotta understand that although it’s a competition it’s also a show a they need and want people to watch. They used this match up to create hype. Look at how they made this one duel out of all the duels into seem like the world championship. They made a whole David and Goliath story around this one duel. Les twins have probably the biggest fan base on this show. They are capitalizing on that and bringing in viewers. It’s all for TV people. And as far as them being cocky like I said they made a huge deal about this one duel so it had to be something that made people go wow about this battle. And it’s a battle you’re supposed to go hard and if u seen the twins battle the snap neck move shouldn’t be shocking to you because they go hard in all their battles and plus it’s a battle taunting is one of the most common tactics. And once again IT’S ALL FOR SHOW. And if you know les twins, You know that at the end of the day the have respect for all their opponents. They just do what they have to do to win. You can’t be so emotional when it comes to these things. And if u look at the end of Kyle’s performance he did a slight taunt to FOR SHOW

  19. Vince W says:

    It kills me that people come here to hate on the twins when this show is probably the first time they’ve ever seen them perform. They battle in real life against the best dancers in the world and win consistently and have done so for years but they’ve always shown the most humility and respect for their opponents. In order to be the best in the world even aside from dancing you have to have a level on confidence and perhaps even a bit of arrogance that’s he only way you’re going to be able to compete at the highest level year in and year out and be dominant. They’re no different that athletes who are considered the best in the world it’s just like that with dance it’s just more on display. Don’t hate just appreciate the art and hard work they put into their craft. It’s unlike anything this world has ever seen or experienced and I’m glad this competition has given them the platform for all to see.

  20. Patrick Manansala says:

    Analysis on Choreography:

    Song: Deep In the Bottom by Monique Bingham
    Main Theme: Puppet/Copycat
    Sub-theme: “Look! We can do all of that too!” (Lyrics: I used to feel like everywhere I’m the same) aka Taunting

    0:00-0:10 – Jabbawockeez Taunt
    0:10-0:14 – Hip-hop crew (general) taunt (popping/Isolations)
    0:15-0:25 – Quick Style Taunt (keep in mind these duels took place on the same day)
    0:26-0:30 – Contemporary or Modern Taunt (lyrical movements)
    0:30 – 0:35 – Fik-Shun Taunt (Fik-shun and Les Twins have a history, as well as similar/related style)
    0:35 – 0:50 – Isolations and tuts : another Jabbawockeez plus, Kinjaz Taunt
    0:50 – 0:58 – Samba/Latin Dance Taunt
    0:58 – 1:05 – Keone and Mari Taunt (partner/footwork on Qualifier dance)
    1:07 – 1:17 – Tap Taunt plus subliminal message to all the dancers that they’ll do the same to them.

    Now this is brilliant and what duels should be, also, listen and pay attention to the music while they dance, they hit almost every rhythmic tic, instrumental, and lyrical aspects of the song with their dance.

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