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Wesleyan University, Miriam College and UPLB are ‘Jump In Dance Off 2’ Champions

Wesleyan University, Miriam College and UPLB emerged as Smart Jump In Dance Off 2 champions for Grade School, High School and College categories, respectively, on Sunday, October 5 at the SMART Araneta Coliseum.

Some of the country’s hottest stars graced the biggest inter-school dance competition last Sunday. Hosted by the guys of BNO and Rizza Diaz, this year’s Jump In Dance Off was deemed bigger and better than last year’s because the prizes amounted to over P4M and the competition included a new category for grade school students. Today’s hottest love team James Reid and Nadine Lustre introduced the first category and later performed a song and dance number, “Para-paraan”, to the delight of the roaring crowd.

Jump In Hosts with Phil and James

Football superstars Phil and James Younghusband likewise were present and even showed off some of their own moves when the crowd asked for it. Ramon Baustista was there as well! Needless to say it was an afternoon and evening of pure entertainment as 23 crews danced to their own mixes plus the official Jump In song!

The winner in the Grade School Category is Wesleyan University:

Wesleyan-GS Champion

The winner in the High School category is Miriam College:

Miriam - HS Champion

The winner in the College category is UP Los Baños:

UPLB - College Champion

Here are more snaps from the event:

Watch the winning performances:

Wesleyan University

Miriam College

3 Comments on Wesleyan University, Miriam College and UPLB are ‘Jump In Dance Off 2’ Champions

  1. abscbnmobilesimFromPEP // October 16, 2014 at 11:21 pm //

    Go go GMA! Ang GMA ang nagproduce ng show na yan SO WORLDCLASS GMA!

  2. lovekathniel // October 16, 2014 at 12:19 pm //

    briggs kalma lang, queen lang si Marian mo ng kamuning. hahahahaha

  3. flop! wala kasi si queen marian! the damcing queen of all time! the best ever talaga si queen marian

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