Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by an all-female dance crew. The wardrobe is heavily influenced by traditional Asian fashion trends.
P1 is a woman dressed in a maroon purple top with a Chinese neck and bouffant, frilly skirt attached to the lower end of the top. She is also wearing golden-yellow leggings with red heels. She also happens to wear a pair of Korean norigae (tassels) around the neck of the dress. Her hair is styled in the form of a tight top bun secured with simple Hanfu hairpins. The dress is unbuttoned in the chest region, showing her black bra. She has a long black glove on her right arm and wears a yellow glove on her left hand.
P2 is a woman who wears a golden sleeveless suit which extends as a skirt only on the back. She wears a back inner strapless body-suit with red leggings and yellow heeled shoes. There is a golden ring over the leggings on her right leg. A pair of the frilly braided shoulder accessories is also worn. Her hair is done up as a top bun with bangs. There is a red strip of hair among her bangs that is slightly longer than the bangs and the bun is secured by a Japanese-style ogi-bira kanzashi or hairpin.
P3 is a woman wearing a red Chinese-style Charleston dress unbuttoned right above her chest. The center of the dress, covering her stomach and chest, is made of black fabric. She also wears yellow leggings with red heels. Her hair is a simple tight bun, but over her head are two Japanese fans adorned in an alternate arrangement. The fans are red and maroon-purple in color.
P4 is a woman wearing a sleeveless red-and-yellow body suit that forms a cross around the neck and connects behind the neck to form a Chinese collar. The front of the dress is yellow with a pair of red tassels hanging from each side of her waist. The sides and the back of the dress are red and extend to form a half-skirt. There is a pair of golden tight shorts right beneath the top. Under the shorts, she wears maroon-purple leggings with black heels.
She wears a pasted down tight hairstyle, with the hair being swept behind and tied into a bun, but a part of it waves forwards to the forehead, while still being pasted down to the scalp. From the bun behind two thin braids come around the shoulder and rest on her chest. Over her hair is a red headgear that has two red tassels hanging on either side.
In the chorus, the background consists of traditional Chinese umbrellas that extend up and to the right and in multi directions by the dancers movements then it fades in a structure when moved.
In the verse and the intro, the background changes to a sauna setting with two lanterns on either side of the room glowing in a rosy color. There is a diamond shape in the center with the same circle design in the middle as the umbrella seen before in the chorus. The wood carvings in the background show text written in the style of Chinese calligraphy.
During the bridge, the background goes back to the sauna but now in a shade of purple.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Raise your right arm and wave your right index finger.
Gold Move 2: Kick your left leg out and throw your right arm down.
Gold Move 3:
- P1 and P3: After lowering your torso to the left, raise your arms up.
- P2 and P4: After lowering your torso to the right, raise your arms up.
Appearances in Playlists
Slumber Party is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2018
- Hall Of Fame
Just Dance 2019
- Girl Squad
Just Dance Now
- All Songs S-Z
- Slumber Party is the seventh song by Britney Spears in the series.
- This is her fifth song to be a dance crew.
- This is also her fourth song to be an all-female dance crew.
- This is her fifth song to be a dance crew.
- "F**king" is censored.
- Even though Tinashe is credited in the final game, the gameplay features the solo version of the song, with only Britney Spears singing.
- However, Tinashe can be heard at some part of the song, but mostly her recognizable line in the song is "I go crazy for you". The last line of the song "Like a slumber party" is also her line.
- She was present in the Just Dance Unlimited version when the routine was released the first time.
- P3 messes up with the hand movements during some parts of the chorus.
- Before and after the wave move, on camera consoles, P1’s moves are counted twice; on remote consoles, however, her moves are counted once.
- For the rest of the coaches, their moves are counted twice on both remote and camera consoles.
- An unused avatar for P2 can be found in the game files. Its color scheme is slightly altered from the final version of the avatar.
- The gameplay previews uploaded to the justdancegame and justdanceGB channels were removed from YouTube and the respective game websites on September 29, 2017.
- Slumber Party does not appear on the full track list on the official Ubisoft website.
- It is not featured in the song list video, either.
- The routine was originally released in Just Dance Unlimited in October 22, 2018 along with the rest of Just Dance 2018 routines, but was removed in October 24, 2018 due to "f**king" being left uncensored.
- The routine was re-added in Just Dance Unlimited in October 29, 2018.
- After Venus was added to Just Dance Now, Slumber Party was consequently affected by a glitch that played Venus’s video file instead of the correct one.
Official Music Video
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 https://www.instagram.com/p/BZThdWxl9qv/?taken-by=isaiahrashaad1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 File:Paolo slumber party.jpg
- ↑ https://youtu.be/Ia-TE41YGtI
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ez29ri2F2ho&feature=youtu.be
- ↑ https://just-dance.ubisoft.com/en-us/tracklist/index.aspx (Archived)
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7CgRU8rY1k
- ↑ https://twitter.com/justdancegame/status/910171652268236801
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