Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man. He is wearing a red and white checkered shirt with orange suspenders and glasses. He is also wearing a pink and blue hat, pink pants yellow and white striped socks, and purple shoes. He begins by materializing from glass and ends by shattering into glass shards.
In his Just Dance Now remake, his outfit is darker, his sunglasses' lenses are now fully black, and he also looks more realistic. His mouth is also slightly visible.
The background is a collage of different colored triangles. Around are some silhouetted stage lights, the ones above lighting up. The floor reflects off the background and dancer. Starting with Just Dance: Greatest Hits, there are more light effects.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Make a small circle in the air slowly with both of your arms.
Gold Move 2: Lower both of your arms in a semi-circle.
Gold Move 3: Put your hands on your chest.
Hey Ya appears in the following Mashups:
Hey Ya appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Swing And Pull
- Swing It Back
Hey Ya appears in the following Dance Quest maps:
- This is the first song by Outkast in the franchise. It is followed by B.O.B, which is featured on The Hip Hop Dance Experience.
- The Radio Mix/Club Mix version of the song is used, in which Cumma (a reference to ejaculation) is censored.
- From Just Dance: Greatest Hits onwards, when the song ends, the dancer turns to a white blur. However, in Just Dance 2 he remains visible.
- However, in Just Dance Now, he turns into a pink blur.
- In Just Dance 2, on the menu, when one views this song, the menu circle is zoomed in on mostly his face. It was changed in Just Dance: Greatest Hits so that his whole body is visible. This is also the case with Rasputin.
- Some of the dance moves were inspired from the music video.
- The dancer has a completely altered color scheme on the song's Greatest Hits cover. This also happens with TiK ToK and Firework.
- The line "And this I know for sure" is misspelled as "And this I know for show." In Just Dance Now it appears as "And this I know for sho’".
- The coach makes a cameo in Just Dance’s background.
- A pictogram in this song's files is named heyya_willsmith.
- In the Mashup for Pump It, there are two pictograms that don't appear in the actual routine.
- The mouth of the dancer in the remake is a little bit glitchy. Sometimes it's doesn't appear.
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