Just Dance! Results: 24 Seven Dance Convention

Pep Talk1Just Dance! is attending 24 Seven Dance Convention Atlanta Regionals. This is the third Break The Floor event of the year as the competition companies get ready for The Dance Awards this summer.

Ms. Lindsey says, “These results are super amazing as it is a very hard competition!”

“When We Were Queens,” a mini small group; “Benediction,” a teen line; and “Avalanche,” a junior small group were named 11 O’Clock Numbers, the judges favorite dances in each age group.

“Benediction” was the highest scoring Just Dance! number and was selected for the Studio Showcase.

The following Just Dancers earned Non-Stop Dancer scholarships:

Junior: Grace Martin, Madelyn Hall

Teen: Lana Baird, Hope Gregg, Caitlyn Hall

24-7 ScholarshipsThe following Just Dancers earned “High 5” Standout Scholarships:

Tap: Raelyn LaCavera

Jazz: Lorlei Lingle, Payton Luckie, Gracen Nelson, Julianna Schultz

Ballet: Hollis Chirulla, Glynn King, Alden King, Brynna Newell, Harper Newell

Hip Hop: Leilah Baird, Milo Timpanaro-Throop, Hallyn White

Here are Just Dance! competitions results:

Top Score Groups:

Mini Small Group: “When We Were Queens” (1st overall), Mini High Score Contemporary

Mini Line: “This Joint Is Jumpin” (2nd overall)

Mini Extended Line: “At the Parlor” (3rd overall)

Junior Small Group: “Avalanche” (3rd overall)

Junior Line: “Exhumed” (3rd overall)

Junior Production: “Thataway” (1st overall)

Teen Small Group: “Freiheit” (2nd overall)

Teen Line: “Benediction” (3rd overall) and Stop the Clock score

Senior High Score Ballet: “The Chalice”

Top Score Duos/Trios:

Sidekicks: “November” (1st overall)

Top Score Solos:

Sidekicks: “Fairy Tale,” Raelyn LaCavera (1st overall)

Mini: “The Bridge of Stars,” Maggie Bednarczyk (1st overall)

Teen: “Luminous,” Lana Baird (4th overall)

Senior: “Flight,” Abby Haynes (6th overall); “Tears,” Alden King (9th overall)