Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with tied up orange hair. She wears a yellow bandana around her head and has an orange crop top, a red skirt with yellow and white belts, orange leggings with white polka dots on them, and yellow sneakers. Her clothing starts off in dark shades of purple, and then her clothing will turn orange.
In the remake, she has a fuchsia outline (purple at the beginning), and she fades away before the end of the song. Otherwise, the coach is the exact same.
The lead dancer has middle-short black hair with a grey bow, blue T-shirt, grey skirt, black leggings and black ballerina shoes. The left dancer has black tied up hair, black T-shirt, black pants and black shoes. The right dancer has short black hair, black sleeveless shirt, navy blue jeans, and white and black sneakers.
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 from I Get Around remake) 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.
A stage with a lot of people and a colored animated floor.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
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
- The rainy picture on the wall is recycled from the background of It’s Raining Men.
- The Beta version had a different color palette; it appears on the back of the Just Dance 2 cover.
- The floor reflect the chair and banner like a mirror. However, the coach is only slightly reflected.
- In the remake, the fifth pictogram appears faster than it should.
- In the song's menu icon, the coach's hair is bluish as compared to the actual coach. This is reminiscent of the Beta coach.
- This also happens with That’s Not My Name.
- Along with When I Grow Up, S.O.S and Song 2, this is one of the first four songs in the series to feature a transforming dancer.
- In the preview of this song, the pictograms were purple instead of orange.
- This is the second cover by The Hit Crew in the series, following Toxic; it is followed by Here Comes the Hotstepper.
- The banner stating the routes says "Toch Street" located in San Diego.
- It says Just Dance in the remake.
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