It has been said, countless of times, that the road to success can be filled with bumps and cracks.
One such obstacle almost came in the way of Crossover, which had to deal with the emotional strain of the possibility of losing a member ahead of their "The Cut" performance.
They revealed that one of their members begged out of the group as he needed time to find a job and take care of his pregnant girlfriend --a request the rest said no to.
In a touching show of solidarity, the group told this member that they'll pitch in to solve his financial problems and that they'll adjust practice schedules to give him the personal time he needs.
The result was a spirited performance --the best of Saturday's episode, earning them 91.7 points from the judges, the highest score of the Team Division round of "The Cut" so far.
It's less than point ahead of Dance Mate Extreme, which started the episode strong with a "haka-inspired" routine. Flawless execution and eye-grabbing moves earned them 91 points.
Overload Crew came up next but lagged behind with 85.7 points, their Bollywood-themed performance deemed not good enough against the others. They were eliminated after being pushed out of the top three.
Only the top three will move to the Division Finals.
The Exporters, by the end, hung in there with 86 points, but are still very much in danger of falling down the ranks and being cut from the contest since four acts have yet to perform.