Six university dance crews responded to Dance to the Calbeats #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge and battled it out at the Trinoma Mall. Adamson Cast, UP Manila Indayog Varsity, DLSU LSDC Street, UE Extreme Squad, PUP Power Impact Dancers and UST Project Pax showed what they got. It was an intense competition judged by former Manoeuvres member Michael Flores and Jack ‘n Jill Calbee celebrity endorser Yassi Pressman.
The winners of the dance competition went home with cash prizes and Jack ‘n Jill Calbee treats. The dance crew from UP Manila won 2nd runner up winning Php20,000; the UE dancers won 1st place with Php40,000; and the grand prize winner with Php70,000 prize is the PUP Power Impact Dancers.
The Trinoma Events Center stage was smoking with hot moves, not only from the dance crews but also from Yassi Pressman and the Potato Pros, plus a showdown between Jaga and Michael Flores.
But the dance challenge is not yet over. If you got the moves, then Dance to the Calbeats and #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge, you could be the winner. Dancers who have the rhythm to go viral are invited to make their own #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge dance covers. Jack ‘n Jill Calbee will be on the lookout for the best dance covers starting June 10, and is giving away big prizes including Jack ‘n Jill Calbee treats, P20,000 in cash, and a trip for four to Japan for its first set of winners.
The first set of winners will be announced by the end of July, so don’t miss out on this chance to showcase those fierce moves. Who knows, you might be the next “konnichi-whoa” dance sensation? You may even take inspiration from the university dance crews who battled it out during the launch of the #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge at TriNoma Activity Center last June 10. Watch their Dance to the Calbeats videos by subscribing to Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s YouTube page. Or learn the moves on this Yassi Pressman video.