It was another "Season of the Superstars" as "Randy Jackson Presents: America's Best Dance Crew" (Wed., 10 p.m. ET on MTV) returned for a seventh season, and the theme wasn't the only thing that returned. For some reason, the second runner up from the second season, Fanny Pak, returned because of unfinished business or something. But why were they given a second chance?
The theme for the first night of the competition was Britney Spears, who has reportedly secured, or is close to securing her deal to be the new judge on "The X Factor" for $15 million. And girl power was represented by two all-girl crews in the ten competitors.
Irratik certainly got the judges attention when they incorporated a take on the infamous Madonna-Britney Spears kiss. JC Chasez said it was fun and then added, "for any guy watching the show." Fellow judge D-Trix took a more blunt approach saying, "Sometimes you just gotta go all the way if you really, really wanna win." That they didn't apparently made him sad ... in his pants.
For this premiere, the first five crews performed, with the judges picking four of them safe into the next round. They'll do the same next week, leaving a bottom crew from each week. Then those two crews will battle to see who gets eliminated.
Meet the other five crews next week as "America's Best Dance Crew" continues Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
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