P1 is a man wearing a black-and-white striped prison uniform which occasionally flashes during the routine. His undershirt is orange. He is also wearing a navy blue fedora, sunglasses, and a pair of yellow boots. He is seen with a sky blue outline.
P2 is a man wearing a black-and-white striped prison uniform which occasionally flashes during the routine. His undershirt is yellow. He is also wearing a navy blue fedora, sunglasses, and a pair of yellow boots. He is seen with a sky blue outline.
Hold My Hand
There are five dancers in the alternate version, in the order of male, female, male, female, male. They all wear similar suits to the classic mode. In addition to the similarity, they also wear fedoras, sunglasses, and black boots. The middle dancer is seen with the upper half of his suit pulled down, wearing a blue tank.
The routine takes place outside a prison facility with garbage cans; occasionally, trumpet players pop out from them. Wanted posters can be seen on the prison walls. There is also a rope made of blankets hanging from the building. Spotlights can also be seen, along with the lit windows right behind the dancers which are moving and crisscrossing. At the end of the song, the entire background spins around.
The are 2 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Move 1: Move your arms in an inverted circle. Gold Move 2: Hit your elbow down. P1 raises his left knee. P2 jumps first then does it. This is the final move of the routine.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2 in-game
Hold My Hand
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Hold My Hand routine":
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Put your hands up while moving to the right. Gold Move 3: Stop holding hands and put your hands up. This is the final move in the routine.
In the Dance Quests for this song, it asks for different dance styles on each console. On the Wii, it is Energetic, on the Xbox 360, it is Exhausted, on the PlayStation 3, it is In Rhythm, and on the Wii U, it is Poser.
The Hold My Hand routine contains a heavy amount of scored moves, counting some of the smallest movements multiple times in a row.
Their skin color is not really white; it points to a pink palette. This is due to the coaches wearing mostly white.
The avatar seems to represent both dancers, as they look similar to each other.
The part of the choreography at 0:47 in the video below doesn't score points on the Xbox 360, but it does on all motion control consoles.
Unlike previous Hold My Hand routines, this had multiple different coaches hold each other’s hand rather than just two.