Appearance of the Dancers
The lead dancer is a girl. She has black hair tied in two pigtails with a gray headband on her head. The headband contains a pair of gray mouse ears. She wears a white tank top, a pink medium length skirt, grey leggings, and cream colored ballerina shoes. A pair of whiskers were painted in her cheeks. Her right arm glows a golden light to signify as the playable coach for the routine.
The backup dancers were both girls. They are dressed in the same way as with the lead dancer, but their hair were tied in buns and their skirt is cream colored.
It looks like the inside of a cuckoo clock, with many gears and a metal cylinder, with blue and pink parts. On the upper section of the clock, there is a small glass cover containing a piece of cheese.
There is 1 Gold Move in the original version of this routine:
Gold Move: Shake your hands and bounce your legs.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the remake:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Lean over and open your arms in two circles, in opposite directions.
Gold Move 3: Shake your hands and bounce your legs as if you were happy.
Hickory Dickory Dock is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- Kids Corner
- Hickory Dickory Dock is the ninth song by Tom Zehnder in the franchise.
- Hickory Dickory Dock is the oldest song in the entire Just Dance franchise, being released in 1744.
- The actual song used for Hickory Dickory Dock is an unmentioned cover from 2013.
- When "Tick tock tick" is sung by the kids in the background, it appears only once in the lyrics, and the T at the beginning is not capitalized.
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