The last dancer up is a b-boy named Jose, and as Cat is setting him up to possibly save the day, I'm assuming (and desperately hoping) he's going to be good. He was inspired by Legacy making it on the show last season and pays his respects but admits he thinks he's better than Legacy is as a b-boy. Now I didn't actually see Legacy's audition, so I can't compare them, but I can say that Jose is awesome. He can do all sorts of crazy holds that seem to defy gravity, and the judges all thought the routine was fantastic. Jason asks the others if they think he's better than Legacy and Jose pipes up to say that he thinks he is, and they are all kind of taken aback and point out that's a big statement, with Jason telling him that Legacy was able to do everything they threw at him and grew like crazy during the competition. Jose doesn't take anything back but does just graciously accept the compliments on his audition and the judges send him to choreography to see how he'll stack up. Candace is also dancing the choreography, and she does okay, but not great, and they don't send her through. Jose is up next, and they have to point out that he didn't deliver as much as he seemed to think he would in the routine. However, it's always good to end on a positive note, and they send him to Vegas. And with that, Miami and the first episode are done!
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