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"The Hampsterdance song" (stylized as "The Hamster Dance Song" in-game) by Hampton the Hamster (covered by The Just Dance Kids in-game) is featured on Just Dance Kids. The song can also be found in the Just Dance Unlimited files.
Appearance of the Dancers
The coach is a girl with a straw hat, brown hair in two pigtails, navy blue overalls, blue sweater underneath, blue shirt, orange pantyhose, and black boots.
The dancer is accompanied by two backup dancers. The left background dancer is a male who has a straw hat too, over short brown hair, and wears navy blue denim jacket, navy blue jeans, and black boots. The right background dancer is a female dressed like the left one, but her shirt is light blue.
The routine takes place in a meadow with lots of flowers and four acorn-shaped houses on the sides, which have three vertical windows, along with small trees, and farm animals around them. Most of the clouds are shaped like hamsters.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Move your arms in a counterclockwise motion over your head.
Gold Move 2: Bend your elbows 90° upwards, as if you were flexing your biceps, and also bend your knees slightly.
The Hamster Dance Song appears in the following playlists:
Just Dance Kids
- The Hamster Dance Song is the second song in the Just Dance franchise to be credited to an animated character, after Dare.
- Most of the lyrics are out of sync, especially during the rap verse.
- The line "Let me see you move" has been changed to "I wanna see you move" in the in-game cover.
- However, the in-game lyrics still read "Let me see you move".
- "Now spin around" is misinterpreted as "Now spin it around".
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video/Audio
- https://youtu.be/8YJFQ3BUBWw?t=184 (Archive)
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