|This article is about the song from Disney's Beauty and the Beast. You may be looking for the song from Disney's Descendants with the same name.|
Appearance of the Dancers
The dancer is a young man that in a jacket which covers an olive green suit. He also wears a pair of shiny gloves, a pair of greenish-brown pants and a pair of dirty green boots. He resembles Lumiere.
During the routine, the coach switches to a girl with blonde hair who wears a pink ruffle headpiece that looks like a cross between a teapot cap and flower petals. She also wears an apron which covers her white long-sleeved dress with a big skirt, a pair of white sneakers. She resembles Mrs. Potts.
After that, the coaches swap position again, and the main coach now is a girl with dark hair pinned with a blue hair bow. She is in an apron which covers her blue dress with white sleeves. Additionally, she also wears a pair of black ballet flats with straps. She resembles Belle.
The routine takes place in a teal-walled section of a castle lit by candlelight, with many cartoon-y dishes. There is a big door with multiple colors in a pastel scheme.
At a certain point, it switches to a pinkish dinner full of dirty plates.
Then, the background turns blue with plates, silverware, and cups, and then it returns to the first one. This time, the starting one has some bog cakes, an old-fashioned chandelier, spotlights, and champagne bottles.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Punch down with both hands and kick with your left leg.
Gold Move 3: Put your hands at shoulder level and kick with your left leg
- This track was later covered by the cast of Descendants and reused in the proceeding game Just Dance: Disney Party 2.
- The line "Wine’s been poured and thank the Lord" is referenced in ESRB's rating summary of Just Dance: Disney Party.
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