School of St. Anthony topples other dance crews as “MYX Moves” champ

Another co-ed crew bested the best of Mega Manila’s high school dance crews as School of St. Anthony’s DanSSA emerged as grand champion of the MYX Moves Streetdance Competition during the grand finals held recently at the KIA Theatre.

As the grand champ, the DanSSA took home a total of P160,000 in cash prize, P10,000 for emerging from the semi-finals, P100,000 for winning the grand showdown, and another P50,000 for winning the Co-Ed division, where the crew beat Bulihan National High School and last year’s grand champ Colegio San Agustin.

Xavier School’s Dance X came in second place, while School of the Holy Spirit’s Aglaia placed third. Both troupes took home P50,000 each as winners in their respective divisions plus another P10,000 each for pulling through the semi-finals.

Meanwhile, out of the body movers from the nine semi-finalists, Ella Jacob of the Dominican College Dance Troupe garnered a total of 29,641 online votes, hailing her as the MYX Supreme Mover. This is the second consecutive year of Dominican College reign in the MYX Supreme Mover title.

The MYX Moves Grand Finals was hosted by MYX VJ’s Ai dela Cruz, Sunny Kim, Donny Pangilinan, Jairus Aquino, and Sharlene San Pedro with the attendance of MJ Arda of A-Team, Lema Diaz of the Philippine All Stars, and Von Asilo of The Crew, continuing their duty as panel of judges, and Philippine hip hop dance crew Legit Status for a striking performance.

Award-winning dancer, choreographer, and “Step Up: All In” star Parris Goebel and her dance crew, the Royal Family, also wowed the crowd as they served an epic, hair-raising performance.

Watch out next year as the metro’s best high school dance crews once again battle it out in the MYX Moves Street Dance Competition. For more information, visit the official website of MYX at www.myxph.com, like www.facebook.com/MYX.Philippines on Facebook, or follow @MYXPhilippines on Twitter or @myxph on Instagram.

 

 

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