Tomorrow night, we will see who will win the title on America’s Best Dance Crew 2. SoReal Cru is coming into the finale never having landed in the bottom. Super Cr3w, on the other hand, has fought their way back from the bottom a few times, all the while the judges expressing their disbelief that the American public put them there.
We’ll learn the results tomorrow, and we will also have the chance to take a look back at the crews that fought for the title, but saw their banner fall. I’m taking a look back now at the performances throughout this season and making my picks for the top ten overall performances on America’s Best Dance Crew 2. Will they be yours?
Probably not! One of the fun things about watching America’s Best Dance Crew 2 and reading the comments is to see how the variety of crews really covers a broad spectrum of taste. Some people loved the theatrics of Fanny Pak, and can’t imagine how anyone would send them home over Super Cr3w. While for others, Super Cr3w has performed so well so consistently, it’s unfathomable that they wound up in the bottom. SoReal Cru clearly has a lot of fans, but many viewers can’t understand how they made it as far as they did. The judges and much of the audience was baffled how a less-developed newer group like Boogie Bots stuck it out longer than a tight crew like Supreme Soul. And did anyone expect A.S.I.I.D. to go home when they did?
Needless to say, there’s room for a lot of debate when it comes to picking favorites on America’s Best Dance Crew 2. I’m even going to take the easy way out and refuse to rank my top ten, mainly because some of the strengths of the performances are so different, it’s like the proverbial apples-to-oranges comparison. So while I feel solid that these are my ten best overall performances, the order they appear is is actually driven by the episode in which the performances appeared.
So first, onto one of the early strong performances!
– Leslie Seaton, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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Staff Columnist, BuddyTV