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"Holding Out for a Hero" by Bonnie Tyler is featured on Just Dance 2015 and Just Dance 2015 China.

Appearance of the Dancer

Holdingout coach 1

The dancer is a man with pink skin (different from many of the other dancers, who are usually white). He wears a hot pink gladiator helmet, gold armor straps, dark purple bottoms and a pink fluffy wristband and pink fluffy boot.




Background

The background is in space with crazy animals (mostly cats) doing crazy things (such as laser shooting), and sometimes it turns in a rainbow with a yellow pony or a colorful tunnel, with watermelons hitting the dancer, who is on a steel rocket that's flying through the air.

Gold Moves

Classic

There are 4 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Moves 1, 3 and 4: Pull both hands away from your head.
Gold Move 2: Jump with your right hand raised and your left hand on your left leg with your feet widened.

Mashup

There are 3 Gold Moves in the Mashup:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: With your arms up, move your arms in a "360" degree angle. (Tribal Dance)
Gold Move 3: Tap on your head while moving to the right. (I Love It (Guards Dance))

Mashup

Holding Out For A Hero has an unlockable Duet Mashup. Its theme is Cray Cray Duet and contains fast paced duets acting wild.

Dancers

(No repeats)

[GM#] - indicates a Gold Move. The # refers to the Gold Move's number.

Party Master Mode

Holding Out for a Hero has a Party Master Mode. Here are the captions in order of appearance:

(Captions in bold indicate a song switch).

Appearances in Mashups

Holding Out for a Hero is featured in the following Mashup:

Trivia

  • After the third verse, the dancer does a classic split.
  • The background of this song has many Internet phenomena. Example:
    • Space Wolves (in the introduction and the rest of the song, the wolves appear when the choir is singing).
    • The keyboard cat.
    • Space Cats throwing lasers.
    • Zebras create rainbows with their tails. (It looks like the pony from asdf movie 5 and 6)
    • Explosions in "poor quality".
    • When he kicks forward and breaks the watermelon, he references Fruit Ninja.
    • It has a "boss" like in an adventure game.
  • This is the third song that was used in the film Shrek 2. The first one was Funkytown from Just Dance 2 Best Buy version, and the second is Livin' la Vida Loca from Just Dance 4.
  • This is also the third song, after Idealistic and Satisfaction, to have made appearances in Saint's Row: The Third (it was notably used in the final mission).
  • This and You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) are the only two songs have featured trophies for the PS3/PS4 and Xbox 360/One editions of Just Dance 2015. This one can be gained by getting 5 stars.
  • In the Party Master Mode, Don't You Worry Child is wrongfully transparent, as the background can be seen through his body.
  • Unlike other Duet Mashups within Just Dance 2015, the gender sides will change. For example, C'mon, which is female-male, transitions to Moskau, which is male-female.
  • On the website justdanceworld.com, it was said that Aurélie Sériné would dance to Holding Out for a Hero while she was a VIP on the World Dance Floor.
    • However, this never happened.
  • This is one of the songs selected for the Just Dance 2015 World Cup.[1]
  • There is a glitch at the mashup for Xbox 360, Xbox One and PS4, When you come up and picking the dancer, it actually goes with no players.
  • When the sword disappears, it kind of glitches out instead of having a smooth transition.
  • The dancer appeared in the beta icons of some cups in Dance Quest.[2]
  • At the end of the Community Remix for this song, a thank you message from the Just Dance team will pop up saying: "You are our Heroes. Thank you, see you on Just Dance 2016!" Plus, two girls from Japan cosplaying Die Young appear in it.

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