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The final 3 dancers take the stage and only one will take home the Diamond Mask Trophy.
The episode was rated 7,63 from 27 votes.
The final 5 dancers compete for their shot in the semi-finals. One will be unmasked.
The episode was rated 7,36 from 25 votes.
The 4 dancers from the premiere return for the Group A finals. The remaining 3 continue on to the super six.
The episode was rated 7,28 from 25 votes.
The second group of dancers return for the Group B finals. The remaining 3 continue on to the super six.
The episode was rated 7,19 from 27 votes.
The second and final group of 5 characters are introduced.
The episode was rated 7,07 from 30 votes.
In the semi-finals, four dancers fight for their chance at the final three spots. One will be unmasked and the remaining three will advance to the finale and their chance at the diamond mask trophy. Host of FOX's LEGO MASTERS Will Arnett joins panelists Ken Jeong, Paula Abdul, Brian Austin Green, and Ashley Tisdale along with host Craig Robinson.
The episode was rated 6,92 from 26 votes.
Three finalists from both Group A and Group B come together for the Super Six. Comedian Whitney Cummings joins panelists.
The episode was rated 6,85 from 26 votes.
The first group of five celebrities dance.
The episode was rated 6,83 from 46 votes.
Take a journey through the most talked about moments, watch the best performances, and keep your eyes open for never-before-seen clues.
The episode was rated 6,22 from 18 votes.
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