- For the ABBA: You Can Dance routine, see Dancing Queen (ABBA: You Can Dance).
"Dancing Queen" by ABBA is featured on Just Dance Unlimited and Just Dance Now. Before its debut on Just Dance Unlimited, the song was meant to be featured on but ultimately scrapped from Just Dance 2015.
The song was made free to play on Just Dance Unlimited for one week from December 17, 2020 to December 24, 2020 during the Once Upon A Dance event.
- 1 Appearance of the Dancers
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by three women.
P1 has a mint-turquoise hair tied in a segment ponytail, is in a single-sleeved pink top with fuchsia frills. She also wears a purple wristband on her left wrist. Purple ribbon bows are also seen on the frills, and a pair of long peachy jeans.
Her hair turns pink during the chorus, her shirt turns cyan, and her jeans turn magenta.
P2 has pink, poofy hair tied up by a bunch of purple ribbons. She also wears a sleeveless peachy gown with a pink tutu, as well as a long purple flowing semi-transparent dress.
Her dress turns blue during the chorus, and her top turns to a light shade of purple, while her tutu turns cyan.
P3 has a similar hair concept when compared with P1. She has her hair in a braid with a blue streak. She is wearing a similar top, but without frills. Instead, she wears a large purple bow which looks like a belt around her waist. She also wears a flowing peachy dress with purple bows, and a pink ribbon tied up as a carnation band around her left wrist.
Her hair also turns pink during the chorus, and her top also turns cyan. Her gown turns to a shade of wine-pink, and her bow-belt turns into a dark shade of pink.
The routine is set in a fairytale wonderland with pink clouds, a mint-tinted sky, mirrors and disco balls, which seems to resemble a bedroom.
During the choruses, the scene changes to a night one. A pink light can be seen shining from the sky, as well as colorful stars. A garden of glowing flowers can also be seen in the field of clouds.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Put your right hand quickly to the left. This is a right-to-left Wave Gold Move.
Appearances in Playlists
Dancing Queen is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- All Songs A-E
- Galactic Groove!
- Gimme, Gimme, Gimme ABBA!
- Groove Together, Forever!
- Dance Essentials!
Just Dance Unlimited
- Unlimited A-E
- Dancing Queen is the second song by ABBA in the main series.
- The song is shortened by 20 seconds in-game.
- Released in 1976, Dancing Queen is the oldest Just Dance Unlimited exclusive track to be added.
- Dancing Queen is the fourth song to lack an actual Classic mode: according to its Just Dance Unlimited label, the routine is a Sing-Along.
- Dancing Queen was leaked on the German Ubisoft website, as it was supposed to be in Just Dance 2015. However, it is not present in the final game other than in the files.
- Several files for the song were left on the Just Dance 2015’s disc. These files included a menu square and a gameplay screen.
- As seen in the Just Dance 2015 files, the song was supposed to have a Community Remix, but was later removed due to the song not being featured in the final version of the game.
- Dancing Queen was the final routine to be added to both Just Dance 2016 and Just Dance 2017’s Just Dance Unlimited servers. Starting from Just Dance 2019’s release, the former two games no longer receive Just Dance Unlimited updates.
- Dancing Queen, Beauty And A Beat, Funhouse, Gangnam Style, Moves Like Jagger, Dançando, Roar, and Bang Bang Bang are the only songs to have two avatars for the same coaches (P2 in this case).
- P2’s avatar is no longer accessible in Just Dance 2015 due to an update that was released for all consoles (excluding Wii) in early-2016.
- This also may occur to copies of the game that were bought around early-2016.
- However, it is available on Just Dance 2018 for 7th-Gen consoles.
- In Just Dance Now, a notification for the unused Just Dance 2015 routine popped up, despite it not being available back then.
- In Just Dance Unlimited, Dancing Queen is labeled as a Just Dance 2018 routine.
- Due to the song not having any assigned menu colors in the Just Dance Unlimited files, the menu colors of the game (depending on which game the player uses that is compatible with banner files, like Just Dance 2017 and Just Dance 2018) are used for the banner when the song is selected.
- The routine can be seen in the "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme ABBA!" playlist in Just Dance Now, in spite of it not being from ABBA: You Can Dance.
- In a tutorial photo showing the Just Dance 2015 routine, if one looks at the background of the photo, it is in the style of Just Dance 2014’s menu background, so the song was likely scrapped early in development.
Official Music Video
- File:Dancingqueen jd2015 proof.jpg
- File:Dancingqueencmu iso folder.png
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