Appearance of the DancerThe dancer is an African-American girl. She wears a red, white, and blue striped sleeveless shirt, a pair of blue shorts, and a yellow helicopter hat over her black fluffy hair. She is also wearing a pair of white sneakers.
The background is orange with technological letters and numbers. The floor is white and pink. The dancer is accompanied by a pair of backup dancers who wear identical copies of her outfit..
Just Dance Kids
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Just Dance Kids version:Gold Moves 1 and 2: Lower both of your arms in quarter circles.
Gold Move 3: Lower your arms as if you were a robot and you were deactivated, this is the final move of the routine.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the remake:Gold Moves 1 and 2: Make a Z shape with your right hand.
Gold Move 3: Lower your arms as if you were deactivated.
- Alphabet Song is the only song in the first set of Just Dance Kids songs added to Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited that is from the first Just Dance Kids.
- The version used in-game is "The A.B.C.", which is copyrighted by Charles Bradlee in 1835.
- The Just Dance Now cover uses the pose from the menu square rather than of the album coach.
- The song is absent from the "All Songs" lists on Just Dance Now.
|Read in Other Languages|
|Deutsch • Español • Français • Italiano • Português • Português do Brasil • Polski • Pусский • Română • Tagalog • Türkçe • 中文 • 日本語|