This hardworking Latin crew hit the NBC World of Dance stage hard this season, bringing their own unique “Fuego” style into their routines. Find out more about them in WOD Magazine’s exclusive Q&A  and check out their last performance below. 

WOD: How did it feel when you found out you’d be on Season 3?

FDC: Finding out we were going to be apart of Season 3 World of Dance, the largest dance competition in the world, was so surreal! It was a indescribable feeling knowing it was actually going to happen.

WOD: What style are you performing, and why? 

FDC: We are doing our own style of hip hop and it’s what we do best. We always like to push our boundaries and try new things though- our moves usually come from our freestyles.

WOD: What are you most excited/nervous about being on the show?

FDC: The most exciting thing about the show is walking through the tunnel and hearing everyone scream. The most nerve racking part is the judges results.

WOD: What sets you apart from the competition?

FDC: We don’t try to be anybody but ourselves.  We are not studio based and we don’t have a choreographer. It’s literally a “Step Up” movie! We also dance to different genres from time to time and always try to keep things surprising and interesting because were entertainers.

WOD: Why do you think dance is important to the world?

FDC: Dance brings the whole world together regardless if everyone’s backgrounds or beliefs. It’s a universal language that brings all cultures together.

WOD: What cause or organization do you care about and would like World of Dance to promote?

FDC: We always perform at this drug rehab called Teen Challenge and we’ve been doing that since the beginning. We want to inspire kids and adults to stay out of trouble and find what they love instead.

The next episode of NBC World of Dance airs this Sunday! Watch as the best dancers in the world compete for a $1 million prize. Don’t miss exclusive interviews, performances, and more from the definitive source for all things World of Dance.