Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl with white hair who wears red and purple shiny boots and a red belt. She also wears a purple romper, glasses, and a coronet.
Not much is changed about the dancer, except that her boots now are shinier and the coach's face is more visible.
In the remake, the dancer has a sky blue glow instead of a purple glow. Her romper is a little bit darker and her boots are less shiny than the Just Dance 3 version.
The background is mostly green with cyan silhouettes of shards of glass. There are also shards of glass falling. The floor is reflective.
The background is significantly changed, now with a shattered glass like background with reflections of the dancer in each section of the shattered glass. There are still shards of glass falling as well.
The background is similar to the Just Dance version. It is mostly green, but the glass shards are now moving to the right, rather than falling. It is also in high-definition. There are also stage lights on the floor which produce a purple light.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Raise both of your arms in a semicircle at the end of the chorus.
Heart of Glass is featured in the following Mashups:
Heart of Glass appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Clubber's Wave
- Cute Fighter
- Cute O'Clock
- Girl Power
- Happy Housewife
- Sensual Girl
- The Dancefloor
- Vintage Dancefloor
- This dancer appears on the front cover of the PAL boxart.
- Instead of the explicit version of the song, which contains the line to be a pain in the a**, the radio edit is used in the game. That line is replaced with had a heart of glass.
- Also, after the third verse, the song repeats the chorus and the La la la part twice; in the original version, instead, the third verse is followed by another Ooh ooh woah part.
- The radio edit and music video version last about 3 minutes and 30 seconds. The original album version was about 6 minutes long.
- The La la la and Ooh ooh woah parts are not present in the lyrics on Just Dance. It was later updated in future games to be present.
- This is the first song by Blondie in the series. It is followed by Call Me.
- When the coach exits off-screen in Just Dance 3, she doesn't fade away like the other dancers from the same game which have a Just Dance 3 remake.
- Along with Sway (Quien Sera) and We No Speak Americano (Fanmade), this song was temporarily removed from Just Dance Now on March 2, 2015. One day later, the songs returned.
- A square for this song was found in the files for Just Dance: Greatest Hits. It appears to have the background from Just Dance 3, but since menu icons are not present in the Xbox 360 version of the game, it was not used in Just Dance 3.
- In the beginning of the remake, heartbeats and sounds of glass can be heard.
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