|This article is about Bonnie McKee's song. You may be looking for Estelle and Kanye West's song of a similar name.|
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl with black hair in a ponytail. She wears a pink dress, a gold necklace, gold bracelets, a yellow and blue letterman jacket with an 8 on it, pink high socks, black heeled boots, and black sunglasses.
She has two outlines, a light blue one and a white one.
The routine takes place in front of what appears to be the American flag. Various items and pictures appear such as donuts, cheeseburgers, roads in the desert, the Statue of Liberty, a sunny sky or a starry sky, and the Hollywood hill with "Bonnie McKee" written instead of "Hollywood". The family from Blame It on the Boogie also makes a cameo on a TV during the chorus.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 4: Move your arms a little slowly from the middle of your body to the upper thigh.
Gold Move 3: Jump up while pounding your fist.
American Girl appears in the following Mashups:
American Girl appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- American Girl
- Calm Down Road
- Clean And Shoulder
- Cute Smash
- Double Shoulders
- Girly Balance
- School Out
- Shake Up Star
- The random objects appearing are of modern American culture. It appears at the top left of the flag where the 50 stars should be placed.
- The intro to Blame It On The Boogie makes an appearance at the part where "I was raised by a television" is said. The video is in a bluish hue.
- While Bonnie McKee has written several songs featured in the game series — namely songs such as California Gurls, Teenage Dream, C’mon, Part Of Me and Birthday — this is the first and currently only of her performances to appear in the series.
- In the Party Master Mode of Summer, the third Gold Move from this song isn't counted as a Gold Move.
- The caption "Shake Up Star" was initially named "Crazy Party".
- The song title has the same name as Good Girl's party master caption.
- The avatar for this song was seen in some of the Just Dance Now screenshots when this game was in development. It has been released and made available.
- The song appears in the screenshot of Just Dance 2015 menu on instructions manual. However, this song didn't make an appearance in this game.
- The dancer was originally going to have a blue glow as an outline, as seen in some gameplay screenshots. The final version of the song had the dancer with a blue and white solid border. This Beta element appears also on the menu icon.
- This song had only been played by one person on Just Dance Now before it was removed for unknown reasons.
- However, it was added back onto Just Dance Now on June 5, 2015.
- On Just Dance Unlimited, this song was removed from its Just Dance 2016 version for all regions and consoles on an unknown date for an unknown reason. However, the song was still accessible on Just Dance 2017 in the United States of America and certain regions outside of the said region. As of January 19, 2017, it has been made available everywhere.
- On Just Dance Now, the coach does not fade away completely at the end of the routine, and the background glitches by transforming into black and pink horizontal lines.