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  • Based on data from Kantar Media, Philippine TV’s first-ever dancedance-kids competition for kids hit a national TV rating of 32.4 percent on Nov. 14 versus GMA’s Pepito Manaloto’s 24.7. The show also won in the ratings game on the following day when it recorded a national TV rating of 28.4 percent, or ten points higher than GMA’s 24 Oras Weekend.

    The first episodes saw the passion and brilliance of the dance artists who went through the try outs, the first stage of the competition where they were screened by the Dance Masters.

    Making it to the next level of competition were trio Higher Level Kids, dance sport duo Step Kids, Tahitian group Aloha Girls, young heartthrobs Maximum Groovers, taekwondo duo Richlie and Daniel, and solo dance artists Matt and Joren, who were all given a unanimous decision or three “stomps” by the Dance Masters.

    Georcelle, Andy, and Vhong opened the program by showing off their signature moves in an opening number that gave tribute to Filipino street games.(MS/ abs-cbn)

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