The rivalry still rages on as the dance groups of this year�s Malta Guinness Street Dance, battle each other weekly for a place at the finals of the competition in September and a good the ultimate prize.
So far 4 dance groups have been evicted from the series; Street Preachers, Bradez, 4Bent and Cash Liners. The series which shows on Metro TV and Multi TV at 3PM and on GH-One entertainment TV on Saturday at 3PM has delivered it its promise of providing world class entertainment through dance.
The competition began with a lot of fun but soon the laughter and fun has been silenced with the highly emotional eliminations. The host Swift (Kwame Farkye) hinted at the beginning that the eliminations will make jaws drop � boy was he right.
The remaining dance groups who�s performances viewers will be seeing this week are Heroes, Pipe Line, Revolution, Rockerz, 2 Black 2 Strong, and One Spirit.
If the past two weeks performances are anything to go by, then one can be sure that the stage at the GH-One studio will catch fire from the coming performances of the remaining groups� from this performance, the last two groups will be eliminated leaving the four group who will feature in the grand finals.
Understandably things are heating up as the competition draws closer to the end. So far, performances have been packed with energy backed by some really great choreography that has made the series a must watch however the remaining dance crews need backing by their fans to stay in the competition.
The general public has the chance to power their favorite dance crew to the finals by a simple click of a button. All one has to do is log on to www.facebook.com/maltaguinnessghana, �Like� the page and select their favourite dance crew on the voting application, click submit and that is a good vote.
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