Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a female with short dark blue hair, where some of it is near the face. Her outfit is a mixture of styles from different cities and countries (the background shows her in these countries). Her jacket (dark blue) and shirt (bright blue satin button down crop top with fuchsia bow tie) is from Paris, her skirt (fuchsia with orange flower pattern) is from Taiwan, and her leggings (orange on the front and fuchsia on the back) and boots (dark purple) are from New York. Her hair is black, short, and shaved on the right side and she also wears an earring on her right ear.
The background is a path indicated by yellow and orange triangles on the ground, showing two particular cities and one particular country in the background (where the dancer's clothing styles are from), with the sky and ground changing colors with the city. The background is Paris with a purple color scheme during the verses. During the first and third chorus it changes to New York with a blue color scheme. During the second chorus and bridge it changes to Taiwan. At the end it changes back to Paris. At the beginning female dancers start to appear copying a move the dancer is doing at the beginning of the song, and then more start appearing. In the first chorus male dancers appear and all of them remain for the rest of the routine, doing said move during the verses and copying the dancer's moves most of the time during the choruses, bridge and end.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same:
Both: Put your hands on your waist. Gold Move 1 is slower.
Danse (Pop Version) appears in the following mashups:
Danse (Pop Version) appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Clean Up
- Come On
- Smashing Down
- Western Violin
- This is the second French song in the Just Dance series, after Marcia Baila. It is followed by Papaoutai and Je sais pas danser.
- Ironically the song and background talk looks like the song is trying to unite everyone, but the song is only available in the PAL region.
- However, it's available in both the PAL and NTSC regions via Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited.
- The main version of the song features Flo Rida. However, since the Pop Version is used, he is not featured.
- This marks the first time that both PAL region songs are not in English. Satellite and Diggin’ in the Dirt were both in English.
- In the PAL menu of Just Dance 2014, it is in the same place where The Other Side is in the NTSC one.
- Similarly to I Kissed a Girl, the pictograms are shown to be green in an early image. In the actual game, they are a light orange.
- The artist, Tal, gave approval to the routine, as Jason Derulo did with The Other Side.
- The Gold Move pictograms have a red outline, because of their shade between yellow and brown.
- However, in the preview video, they don't.
- This is the first time it happens in the series.
- This is the first PAL song to be available to the NTSC region (appearing for both regions on Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited) as streaming content.
- The art concept of the dancer was different: she had longer hair and no jacket.
- Both Gold Moves are the same, but they have different pictograms (one has arrows and the other does not) because they are done at different speeds.
- In the official gameplay, there are no Wiimote icons/lights on top of the names.
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