Verses from "Fake Off" is one of the teams competing in the truTV reality series. The group's seven members (six performers) range in age from 19 to 28 years old.

Verses, a silhouette dance group from Los Angeles, California, is an eclectic group of friends led by the irrepressible Jess Warfield, who is the group's choreographer. Three years ago, Jess was diagnosed with Lupus, which means she's in constant pain and is always tired. But far from giving up, she says it motivates her to push harder — hence competing in "Fake Off."

The big difference between Verses and the other shadow group on "Fake Off," Inspirati, is that Verses uses three separate screens, which allows them to have different depths of field. There are only six performers in Verses, so each routine is 90 seconds of pure cardio for the dancers. They're not only dancing, but also changing light gels, holding up cutouts and manipulating fabric. They have a cue at every second and have to hit their marks, or everything will fall apart.

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