Jennifer Lopez's World of Dance: NBC Announces Million-Dollar Competition

Jennifer Lopez is looking for a few good men. Or women. Or children. Literally anyone who can dance.

NBC on Tuesday announced a global casting call for World of Dance, a 10-episode competition series executive-produced by the Shades of Blue star, in which one winner will receive a “life-altering” $1 million prize.

Here’s how World of Dance works, per the network’s official announcement:

Handpicked from qualifying events around the nation and thousands of online submissions, competitors are divided into three divisions: Junior (any size act under 16 years old), Upper (groups of 1-4, over 16 years) and Team (groups of 5+, over 16 years). After an initial audition round, divisions face off in duels, until only one of each is left standing. A panel of experts score the acts using a precise point system developed by World of Dance, using the following criteria: Routine, Execution, Presentation, and Crowd Appeal. The epic finale sees the winners from each division duke it out for $1 million and the title ‘Best in the World.’

“This will be a fierce talent-heavy dance competition that embraces the raw emotion and excitement that dance represents,” Lopez said in a statement. “I am excited to work with World of Dance, an organization that has had an immeasurable impact on the dance community, to give all dancers an enormous platform where their dreams can be realized.”

Watch a teaser for World of Dance above, as well as a personal message from Lopez below, then drop a comment with your thoughts.