'World of Dance's Eva Igo Reveals What She Would Do With 1 Million Dollar Prize

'World of Dance's Eva Igo Reveals What She Would Do With 1 Million Dollar Prize

Eva Igo is the last junior division dancer standing on NBC’s World of Dance — and tomorrow, she goes out for the $1 million dollar prize.

The 14-year-old dancer recently chatted with Huffington Post on just what she would do with that prize money — pay for her dance lessons.

“I’d probably pay for my own dance, because it’s expensive,” she shared. “It’s hard to pay for it.”

Eva also addressed the haters who didn’t love her “River” performance, saying that it was all tricks and had no real dancing going on.

“Of course there were tricks in it, but dance comes in many forms and dance is not a certain thing,” she explained. “It’s an art form. It’s like if you take an artist, a painter, and people are saying their work isn’t a painting because they drew it upside down or something. It’s still art.”

Check out Eva‘s latest routine below and tune into World of Dance tomorrow night!

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