After a highly successful season, their five-week, 25-city tour, and the announcement of venues for its third season, three of its best-known products of MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew are set to appear in a show in Guam for a foundation.  Randy Jackson and the rest of the ABDC people are currently on a nationwide search for the best and meanest undiscovered crews to follow the footsteps of Jabbawockeez and Super Cr3w as winners of the highly anticipated series.  Each crew just has one chance of proving that they are worth the attention.

Some have noted that the relative success of a diverse group in season 2, more unique groups are expected to try their luck on the show.  In fact, season 2 favorite Fanny Pak member Matt Cady said they did not expect to make it through the auditions.  “We honestly didn’t think we were going to pass the live audition,” said Cady.  “It’s a real triumph that we got this far.  Now we’re on Guam and we didn’t expect anything from this to happen from the show.”

Fanny Pak is in Guam along with the show’s more well-known groups, Kaba Modern and Boogie Bots to perform for “Music, Dance, and Wishes II.”

“We felt after the last show that if we could make it happen, let’s do more and bring in as many as we can and let’s blow this show out,” Tony Anderson said during a press conference with the group.  “These guys are fresh off of MTV.  To have this type of talent here to come perform for the island, do all these things to inspire the community, raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and do all these things to inspire the community — I mean why not?  Even at the end of the day, if we zero out, it will all be worth it.”

-Glenn L. Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source:, Seattle PI
(Image Courtesy of MTV)

Glenn Diaz

Staff Writer, BuddyTV