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"Skip To My Lou" by Tom Zehnder is featured on Just Dance Kids 2014.
Appearance of the Dancers
The coach is a girl with brown hair in two tails. She is wearing a peach shirt, a grey skirt, a white and black striped tie, black and white spotted socks, black shoes, and a black jacket.
The background is a school playground with a hopscotch and colorful drawings, a paper building with a bell on the left, a paper slide on the right and colorful paper skyscrapers, divided by a grate, and a paper hedge. The sky contains both real clouds and paper ones.
The left backup dancer is a boy: he is wearing a white and black striped tie, a peach shirt, and grey trousers with black shoes.
The right backup dancer is a girl: she has blond hair in a ponytail, a grey jumper with orange highlights, a white and black tie and a peach shirt, and a dark grey skirt, along with the same shoes and socks as those of the main coach.
There is 1 Gold Move in the routine:
Gold Move: Bend over and rotate your arms in a clockwise motion while standing on your right foot.
- This is the fifth song by Tom Zehnder in the series. It is followed by A Pirate You Shall Be, Hickory Dickory Dock, Mary Had A Little Lamb, and Party In The Kitchen.
- All of these songs are in the same game (Just Dance Kids 2014)
- Although only Mary Had A Little Lamb, A Pirate You Shall Be, and Hickory Dickory Dock are on Just Dance Unlimited.
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