Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man with a blue afro and handlebar mustache. He wears a pair of blue pants, a blue vest over his light blue shirt, a necklace, a bracelet, and a pair of shoes. He has an 80s-esque appearance.
Just Dance: Greatest Hits (Unused)
In the first remake, the appearance stays the same, however, the colors are changed to brighter colors. He wears a cyan shirt, a pair of cyan pants, a vest with a more "washed out" shade of blue, the "washed out" blue bracelets, handlebar mustache, afro, and shoes. He also has an orange outline.
In the remake, the character maintains the original appearance as before, however, the colors are changed. The shirt and pants appear to have a gradient of red now. Also, he has a bright cyan outline.
A red background with fire and two lights. There are also sparkly lights, star like in the background.
The remake features a different background: it is a burnt orange wall with curvy patterns and a neon flame. They move up and down and light up to the beat, as well as the fires.
Gold Moves 1, 2, 3, and 4: Put your hand next to your face (like you are holding a microphone).
Gold Move 5: Perform a "dab" by leaning to your right, and putting your right arm by your face while sticking your left arm out to the left. This is the final move of the routine.
A Little Less Conversation appears on the following Mashups:
- Ain’t No Other Man
- Beauty And A Beat
- Blame It on the Boogie
- Blurred Lines
- (I've Had) The Time Of My Life
- I Will Survive
- Love Boat
- Love You Like A Love Song
- Moves Like Jagger
- Run The Show
- She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
- We No Speak Americano
- Wild Wild West
A Little Less Conversation appears in Party/Puppet Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Comb Your Hair
- For The Fans
- Girating Mustache
- Hot Boy
- Let Me Hear Ya
- Macho Lasso
- Medalion Man
- This is the first song by Elvis Presley in the series.
- The JXL Remix version of the song was used in-game, making this is the first song in the series to have its remix be used instead of the original.
- The song’s name is referenced in Into You.
- An extraction of the coach was found in the Just Dance: Greatest Hits files. He was going to have an orange outline.