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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with a black feather headdress and a black shirt. She has a long red skirt (with attached shorts inside) with frilled blue and white strips going around the inside. Her legs are peach, and she has on black slip-on shoes.
The background is a pink sky with a silhouette of the city of Paris (including the Eiffel Tower). There is a windmill made of white dots spinning in the background. The floor is purple with pink lines.
The dancer does a French cancan of sorts, lifting the front end of her skirt the entire time.
- The music used is from Jacques Offenbach's play Orpheus in the Underworld, and is the music that most people associate the cancan with.
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