|Royal Flush Dance Crew|
|Position Reached||Vegas Round|
Not only is Royal Flush known for their versatility in styles such as krumping, tuting, popping, breaking, and even salsa and jazz, they are also known for story telling choreography. Singer-songwriter, dancer and former 'N Sync pop band member, J.C. Chasez, summed it up when he described Royal Flush as a, "Well-rounded group!"
The members that make Royal Flush are Gissette E. Valentin, Dakota Smith, Cordaral Harper, Aaron A. James, Jared James, Hero Han, and Tim Conkel. The groups' inspiration is pulled from various sources such as The Temptations, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Gene Kelly, and even the hottest street dancers including, The Electric Boogaloos and The New York City Breakers. The ultimate goal of the crew is to one day open up their own studio to encourage and teach kids how to dance.
Royal Flush started in 2001 with two brothers dancing in their very own house. Royal Flush is now known as one of the hottest crews in the south, though it wasn’t always easy for them. Through- out the past few years Royal Flush has struggled with being compared to trained dancers and having to prove themselves as dancers. People would constantly look down on them. There was once a point in their careers where they themselves felt they weren’t good enough as a crew and started to question their own abilities. But that didn’t hold them back. Even though they work and/or attended college full time, they spent hours practicing in their garage and any other place that had a floor, including local malls and buildings with huge mirrors. As the years pass they come back stronger to show that they can dance right along side any other dancer. 
Royal Flush competed on Season 5 of America's Best Dance Crew, where they came in 8th place.
Royal Flush Dance Crew's audition in Episode 706 was not televised, but it consisted of dancing to "Beautiful Monster". Although Howard Stern voted "No", Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel both voted "Yes", sending the group to the Vegas Round.
Royal Flush Dance Crew did not compete in the Vegas Round, meaning they were either cut or withdrew before this stage of the competition.