Episode 3 is the third episode in Dance Lab.
Appearance of the Dancers
The dancer has a shirt with vertical navy blue and white stripes above a navy blue suit, with neon green protectors on his elbows and knees. He also has a red helmet, red sneakers, and a purple-pink glove.
The dancer has a navy blue suit, with white protectors on his elbows and knees. He also has a red cap, a mustache, red shoes, and a pink glove.
The dancer is an elf wearing a green suit, with dark green protectors on his elbows and knees. He also has a dark green cap with a red stripe on the bottom, and a pompom on the top, a red pointing collar, and a purple glove.
The dancer has a purple suit, with olive green protectors on his elbows and knees. He also has a pink and white flower necklace, an olive green helmet, orange sneakers, and a blue glove.
The dancer has a red suit, with white protectors on his elbows and knees. He also has a light blue glove, black boots and a bearskin on his head.
- The background has stripes of dark and light green, and in them there are red and yellow rectangles that resemble cards. On the right side there is a white figure with a gray outline.
- The dancer’s movements imitate that of a soccer referee.
- The background has pink and light blue vertical stripes, and in each one there is an accordion rising from top to bottom. In one of the stripes there is a shirt with black and white stripes.
- The dance is based on the style of French dance, the musette. Since the style is meant to be danced with two people, the dancer imagines that he has a dance partner.
- The background has red and white stripes in vertical form, and has snowmen with scarves and hat in some stripes. In other stripes there are red Christmas decorations.
- The routine imitates the movements that are made when playing with snowballs.
- The background has a colored floor with a wavy pattern. The wall behind the dancer is light blue, and has palm trees, flowers, and a coconut with a pink umbrella.
- The dance is based on a traditional Hawaiian dance style.
- The background has gray-blue and white stripes, which have bearskins, English telephone booths, and a red double-decker bus.
- The dance movements are based on the actions an English guard performs while on duty.
- The song used in the English Guard routine is "'Royal Garden" by Gerhard Trede.