I'm jabbing away joined by a chart Kirk and we are looking at behind the scenes NBC World of Dance season three qualifiers performance the Kings this comes from Kings United India official the YouTube channel so here we go let's check this out it has been really long journey values of hard work struggle dedication passion from entire team to read so far is too much data to use so much of success on national and international level and finally after all this achievement it was time for the king we don't have subtitles sorry aha [Laughter] the second test instead we this is the King's cabbage but excitement kisaki body responsibilities are to keep the Kings se team Geno nature because we could represent Poochyena coach achieved here solo gavotte immediately home safe – my name is a partial banana to be on my first time stays realistic dragon zombie hamari mulecada mopping will knock a sub say but he could refers him Napoleon and Tabitha didn't look nappytabs can on CB jungle after seeing of our ovens for the first time they literally went crazy I mean they were clueless like how to respond to our performance and Napoleon he called us together and how Monaco's have to give confident it was powerful economy switchgear another or what strongly choreography at our journey so finally a backstage editing job imperative to marry the magnet Kumari ten years ago flashback Amara journey Amara ups and downs struggles and all the success also sorry cheesy Exedy Mach molarity or AB Hawaii Verity de Miyako but Aniki king's comment [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] okay [Applause] that's dough yeah not supposed to be possible he'd be five gravity move had a better button at the end it was like ooh pop oh now what just dance defying moves I'm blown away so just giovanna commensurate directly no matter performance they kick and they come on you are the kings this compliment really meant a lot to us because yeti-ism never forget Akari Tiki I'm saying I'm taking me we are the Americans all right guys we have the scores back then you need an 85 better to get your tools down two point three points down the qualifying score the 85 or Kings cos 47 [Applause] so pilaster felony as a champion top scorer and develop qualify as men achieve Korea and if you get all the other Saturday tomorrow next wrong obviously there was a lot spoken in there that we didn't understand but I think we got a good sense of the gist I think a lot of what they were saying was that they were very proud to be able to represent India on the world stage and there was a lot of responsibility about that no I mean I got all I got I got the the broad-strokes right a general feeling but there was a lot of nuance and specificity in what they were saying where I was like oh gosh I'd known if I'd known in advance it was a lot of like Hindi in there I would have asked someone but it doesn't matter I mean I nevertheless I got the gist of what they were saying but I do wish that I could have understood you know some of the specifics I was actually hoping to see more of the behind the scenes like of their rehearsals and right yeah they showed us just like glimpses of it I'm like no but that's that's what I came here for probably don't want to give too much away right because that's their secret sauce no it's all been out there I mean they show it on live television yeah but like you just see the end result yeah you see the magic behind the end result when you're looking at stuff through the lens of like the final product it's given to you in a very specific way but I wanted to see it from the angle of just like something candid when it's removed where you're looking at it through the world of dance you know what I'm saying even though it's all real there's still a bit of artifice to it because you're looking at like an edited product but even just a little bit they showed us of the rehearsal behind the scenes that candid camera kind of thing if almost felt like you were there like it was more real just kind of this fly on the walls is looking at this happen and that's amazing because you're seeing it from a different perspective that allows you to appreciate it on a deeper level and in a way and maybe it would have been cool to see them try and fail and try again or maybe they just never fail maybe they just nail it every single time yeah seeing that actually what you're talking about is also interesting to me that's why I included in some of my recent gymnastics flipping videos is that people often forget the trial and error involved in getting to that level and so that's why I've made it a point to include mistakes in my videos cuz I'm I I used to be the kind of dude who he's like no I'm only gonna show the good stuff it's like well that's not interesting what's interesting is seeing the progression of how you got there that's that's what I wanted to see here is where they made mistakes where they went wrong and how they overcame those mistakes those hurdles that is inspiring to to see people come out there and come out the other side of mistakes and and be amazing that's what I was really intrigued with what do I clicked on this and wanted to share my reaction with you guys because I was really hoping to see some of that stuff what I also enjoyed was the camaraderie that they all kind of have together that brother the Brotherhood they have I was surprised to learn just how open and transparent everything kind of is between the dance groups that you see different groups rehearsing and they kind of vibing off each other on the bus like these different dance groups I mean of course there is a rivalry in in the sense of like we're going up against you guys in this big dance competition but I think there's also a sense of friendship and camaraderie like you said because they're all in this together and many of them have different dance styles when you love dance you just love dance you know and it's fun to be with other people who love to dance as well anyone can appreciate a great dancer or a great dance act so I definitely felt that from watching the episodes right one of the interesting things that we missed out on was what they were up against and they kind of gave you a glimpse of it here between the different dance troupes or groups partners there was like twin dancers and whatnot that looked really interesting and all that stuff was super cool that I almost wish I could have seen along with the Kings like watch it in process yeah because then you have a deeper appreciation for what they were up against and how they were I mean maybe they just completely obliterated the competition anyway but to see it is still cool to see who they were competing against because even the little snippets they showed us I was actually kind of blown away having studied ballet recently I'm like whoa I get that on a deeper level why if those moves are so incredible what they're doing is so amazing because it's easy to watch a fight scene for instance or watch a dance and be like oh but that's great that's amazing but to study it and watch it you have I think a different kind of appreciation for it because you know the pain involved with getting to that stage every time they were doing a crazy move on like I wonder I wanted to see the failures because I've experienced the failures and it's it's always uplifting to see people who who you appreciate and look up to like you know I obviously we appreciate the Kings it's inspiring like I said a moment ago to see the trials that they go through and they mentioned a little bit about that as well you get a good sense of their journey how far they've come was like twelve years or ten years of hard work to get to being the champions on NBC's world of dance I also a super excited in the beginning when I saw them at the world Hip Hop Dance Championships or something cuz I used to go watch that for like a couple years back in the day and that was always a good time so it's nice to see how they've come so far going to different dance competitions and then finally getting this big one I liked how he remarked about one of the judges saying you guys are the kings yeah you know like living up to the name yeah I think I imagine that's the gist of what he was saying in his Indy because I didn't understand it I've got glimpses of English there but in his body language so I'm imagining that's essentially what he was communicating was that we're living up to the name of the king we are the kings you know I mean they stole the competition it's what it looks like anyhow you guys thanks so much for hanging out with us hopefully you enjoyed our reaction even though we didn't understand most of the Hindi in there just subscribe if you haven't already and follow a chart kirk demicco a on the social media Instagram Twitter all those good things check out our other reactions reviews short films vlogs interviews I am javi coy this is a shower cook
time for another reaction wanna watch the kings and their dance routine a world of dance height well they keep going on to keep advancing I mean they're so good you know I'm saying that just dominating the competition of courting their name the king yeah let's check it out Odyssey mother Tata oh my good I'm just getting right eyeballs ready because you got like woo you can't blink they literally has so many Moo's packed into like a one or two minute performance and they move so fast you just gotta like that's the thing with Bollywood it's really fast kind of routine that's why it's difficult in a way we go [Applause] love it love the music already that is cool the timing of that is amazing oh these are wearing glasses pow let's a little chubby [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Laughter] by me [Applause] you know Derek diggers need to give you a platform if you're always up on that table [Applause] into death ball did you lie further Isis of Marathon and you came out here and you did a very different type of routine today to me that had a little bit less dancing more formations a little bit more fun a little bit more humor you know I loved it was Justin yeah there's a lot of common sense like they fell what it was supposed to fall which I really really loved I was concerned to be and I was like okay when is this kicking in she's right at the beginning it was almost like too much musicality he was like to get going and when it did it just blew us away it was a mistake I think she knows that three words so don't get mad I really did not think honestly that you were gonna stick that last thing when he rolled up in the house like that flip that you did with the legs I don't even know what it was I was like that was crap bollywood dubstep and robotics is what you guys told me this was in that mentoring and yeah yeah caught all compared it to anybody else because you so do your own thing it just looks different it feels different it has a different kind of excitement like I get very excited when I watch you need to have our law I don't think we'll survive an hour in this but I mean it's literally like so much excitement packed in there we get to see the flavors from all over the world [Applause] new scores and see where you land on the leaderboard they said it they said everything I wanted to say exactly and I you know now I understand why he's wearing the glasses because he can't see you know to make it funny [Applause] there's a hundred [Applause] where I seen the give that's pretty freakin amazing Wow dub stepping with rope like pop-locking and then Bollywood extra bit I my favorite part is the ballet would rather transformers wow oh my god that's gonna drain you like I don't oh my god their dance routines let's just put them like in an ice bath all day you know it's crazy it's no it's beautiful oh my god the energy that they have
– We are The Kings. [cheers and applause] Remember the name. [cheers and applause] [roars] [all roaring] [singing in Hindi] – Oh, my gosh! [roars] – Yeah!
– What? [roars] [roars] [growling, roars] [roaring] – Oh, my God!
– Oh, my God! [cheers and applause] – Oh, my God! – We gotta do the roar.
We gotta do the roar. [all roaring] – Whoo!
– Oh, my God. [cheers and applause] – Is everybody okay?
– Yes. – Are you sure? Do we have an injury onstage?
– No, no, nothing. – 'Cause we gotta get you
offstage if you– – Everything's fine. – Okay, that was
out of this world. That was–
[cheers and applause] Just the beginning
with "Unity LA" and "Heima," savage. The way you push these
tricks to another level, the strength,
the preciseness that it takes to pull
those things off, all of those qualities
is just mind-blowing. It's mind-blowing.
– Hmm. – I've never seen
anything like it. [overlapping chatter] [cheers and applause] – There's two moments.
When you lift him up, you did, like, a flip off
his chest up in the air, flipping over, like,
four guys, over–insane, but also the visual that
you did where you guys were– you were blowing them away. The shirts
behind your backs. I was like–how are
their shirts moving? It's like–I'm like,
oh, it's their hand. – From the look,
to what you danced to, to what it is you do
on this stage, you guys have such an–
such an identity. – Yeah.
– Like, no one will ever forget who The Kings are. That's guaran-damned-teed. [cheers and applause]
Never, ever. – It's making me
a little nervous. [cheers and applause] – You guys are
the full package. – Yeah. – Thank you, guys, for making
our job that much harder. We're gonna score you
and see what happens. – Thank you.
Thank you so much. [suspenseful music]