- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Mashups
- 5 Captions
- 6 Appearances in Playlists
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 Videos
- 10 References
- 11 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with tied up orange spiky hair, which is facing to the right. She wears a reddish orange sleeveless crop top with a light orange shirt underneath, a reddish orange skirt, light orange leggings with white polka dots, reddish orange ankle socks and yellow short heels. She also wears a yellow bandana tied on her head and white and yellow belts on her waist. She wears a pair of fingerless gloves, with the base dark orange and the left glove has the rest of its color yellow.
In the beginning, her clothing starts off in a different color scheme. All orange parts of her outfit are in shades of dull purple and all of the yellow parts of her outfit a dull orange.
In the remake, her color scheme is slightly darker with the reddish orange parts more emphasized in shades of red and she has a fuchsia outline (purple at the beginning). She is slightly more realistic.
The background appears to be the side of a subway stop. One of the pictures on the wall is a rainy city (similar to the background from It’s Raining Men) that says "Need holiday?" on the bottom left. The picture changes to a tropical island (similar to the background for the remake of I Get Around) with "Holiday" written on the bottom right and stays like that for most of the routine. It changes back to the rainy picture at the end of the song.
In the remake, the background is closer to the screen.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Throw both of your hands out in front of you, with your arms bent.
Holiday appears in the following Mashups:
Holiday appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Blow The Horn
- Catch It
- Happy Clap
- Here I Am
- Just Clap
- Knee Pop
- Old School Clap
- Old School Snap
Holiday is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- Along with S.O.S and When I Grow Up, Holiday is one of the first three maps in the series to feature a transforming dancer.
- On a related note, Holiday and S.O.S are the first two songs in the series to feature a dancer that changes color.
- The rainy picture on the wall is recycled from the background of It’s Raining Men.
- The banner stating the routes reads "Toch Street", which is located in San Diego.
- In the remake, it reads "Just Dance".
- During production, the coach had a different color palette. This Beta version can be seen on the back of the Just Dance 2 cover.
- A bit of it can be seen on the menu icon as well, as the coach’s hair is aquamarine instead of orange.
- In the preview gameplay, the pictograms are fuchsia instead of orange.
- Additionally, the score bubbles have two small arrows at the bottom pointing at each other and a checkered black and white rectangle consisting of six tiles.
- In Just Dance 2, there are two incorrect pictograms: the first one instructs to consecutively put your hands up and then down instead of the other way, and the second one instructs to consecutively clap your hands and put them down when despite players only having to clap their hands.
- In the remake, the fifth pictogram appears one beat early.
- Also, in Just Dance Unlimited, the fourth pictogram appears one beat late.
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