Appearance of the Dancer
Just Dance 2
The dancer is a woman with dark blue curly hair. She is wearing a headband, a teal short sleeved shirt with a dark blue leotard, a yellow belt around the leotard, green sneakers, and black and teal wristbands. Before the beginning of the chorus, she will quickly and briefly change color palettes.
She now has a purple outline. She no longer goes through multiple colors at the start of the chorus.
The background is in the layout of a gym. There are lockers, barbell and a neon caption saying "Body Movin'" glowing in light green color. Behind that sign is a man flexing his muscles and two tigers at his sides.
In the Just Dance Now remake, the lockers act like music bars, and many elements are differently animated.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Move 1 and 4: Act as if you are spinning a record with both of your hands.
Gold Move 2: Point to the screen with both of your hands.
Gold Move 3 (JD2): Put both of your hands up.
Gold Move 3 (Remake): Put your left arm up and your right arm near your chin.
Body Movin’ appears in the following Mashups:
Body Movin’ appears in Puppet Master Modes and Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to the dance moves.
- Body Punch
- Not At All
- The dancer reappears as P1 in Hungarian Dance No. 5. She also has a different color scheme.
- A clean version of the song is used, so the line "Ooh, goddamn!" is replaced by "Oh, excuse me!".
- As with Call Me, there were going to be visible facial features in its remake. This was later changed.
- The dancer seems to be standing farther away from the screen on its Just Dance Now icon.
- The code name for this song spells it as BodyMoving instead of BodyMovin’.
- In the remake, Gold Move 3 consists of a totally different move. This is the first time in which a part of the choreography is changed in its remake.
- Additionally, the dancer does some moves a bit differently in the remake than in its Just Dance 2 version, meaning that the routine was re-filmed for the remake.
- The coach looks very similar to a girl in the music video of Call On Me by Eric Prydz.
- In the remake, the coach's right foot glitches while she performs the standing split.
- The pictograms have golden arrows, although the coach's glove is in a lighter shade of yellow. This is not fixed in the remake.
- In the Just Dance Now pictograms sprite, a weird one can be noticed: besides having some new props, its white outline is roughly cropped.
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