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'Dance-Off Juniors' Aims To Find The Next Maddie Ziegler

The new show premieres in April on go90.

Break out your phones, because there's a dance party coming to your screen in April! 

On Wednesday, DanceOn and go90 announced that they’ll be adding the competition series “Dance-Off Juniors” to their music and dance offerings. The 10-show series will premiere April 20 and take place every Wednesday. (AOL, The Huffington Post’s parent company, is owned by Verizon). 

According to a press release, the 20-minute episodes will feature three junior dancers competing for $5,000 and the chance to be "the dance world's next sensation." Hosted By Devon Werkheiser, the show will feature new contestants each week. The dancers will learn choreography from Matt Steffanina while also being able to showcase their freestyle talents.

The U.S.-based junior dancers will face a panel of judges including Todrick Hall, Alyson Stoner, Ladia Yates and Steffanina. 

"DanceOn aims to elevate rising stars of music and dance through engaging, high quality programming," DanceOn CEO Amanda Taylor said in a statement. "We've assembled an incredible group of contestants, some of which dance for the biggest names in music including Katy Perry, Missy Elliott, and Mariah Carey. We're confident that every week, viewers will be blown away by their undeniable talent and passion."

Will the show find the next Maddie Ziegler in its mix? You'll just have to tune in April 20 and find out! 

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