Appearance of the Dancers
P1 is a man wearing a big red-and-gold hoodie trench coat, a gold collar and a gold necklace on his neck, three gold bracelets on his right arm, a gold ring on his right middle finger, a pair of brown pants, a pair of dark brown boots with golden buckles, and a fox helmet with an earring pierced through its left ear.
P2 is a man wearing a big red-and-gold collared cape, a black latex top that covers his chest, a dark brown-and-gold-striped sash, a black-and-gold elbow glove on his right arm, two gold bracelets on his left arm, a pair of brown pants with gold trimmings and a gold buckle, a pair of dark brown boots with gold trimmings, and an Anubis helmet.
P3 is a man wearing a large red-and-gold scarf, a leather strap on his chest and right shoulder, gold bracelets and gold gauntlets on his arms, a black-and-gold loincloth, a pair of brown shorts with red shins, a pair of dark brown boots with gold tongues, and a cat mask with earrings pierced through both ears.
Extreme VersionThe dancer is a woman. She has shimmering golden skin. Her clothing includes a blue-black tank crop-top with a V-chest, and tight blue-black shorts. Over the shorts she wears a medium-green girdle that contains skirt-like features. The central piece resembles a knot with golden lining,and has two golden strips extending through the sides of the girdle to the back. She also wears a green hood over her head secured in place, and over the hood she wears a golden tiara. She has multiple necklaces, two of them extending up to her chest. She wears blue-black arm bands, stockings, thigh-garters, and short boots. She also wears a golden bangle on her right hand. Right around her shins are two loose golden chains attached on both legs that resemble anklets. She sports a black smoky eye.
The routine takes place in a very dark Egyptian-themed setting, with the coaches performing on a stage built on the tip of a black pyramid. A big black statue can be seen through the building's windows and various monoliths can be seen flanking the pyramid as the camera zooms in onto the coaches. Once the song begins, the building's columns, the monoliths, and the window frames start flashing pink lights to the beat of the song.
Several light formations are created as the song progresses and flash to the beat of the song behind the coaches. The light formation then starts spinning before disappearing at the song's beat drop.
The statue, encrusted with jewels, start moving towards the stage. At the start of the chorus, various monoliths rise from the ground and obscure the building as gold stripes form on them and the statue.
Near the end of the song, the statue turns to the right. The camera then zooms out quickly at the end of the song.
The start of the routine consists of a blank white backdrop and the coach appearing in a puff of green smoke. As the intro progresses, golden ribbons appear to form intricate flower shapes, and they form a spinning circle. In the center of the circle forms a solid golden circle with another flower shape inside of it. Another flower shape consisting of gold ribbon forms and covers much of the background as the circles disappear and replicas of the shapes form around the flower.
In the verses, the camera zooms in and out frequently around the flower shapes while the inside of the giant flower shape flashes gold to the song’s beat at times. Behind the shape is another flower, this time far away from the camera. The faint flower shape spins constantly. Then, the camera zooms out, the surrounding flowers disappear, and a bigger flower shape, which is composed of thinner golden string, is revealed to be behind the smaller flower shape. Constantly, parts of the bigger shape flash bright yellow to the song’s beat.
During the hooks, the camera zooms out even further, revealing three circles with flower shapes inside them. Even more circles of golden ribbon encircling the three circles can be seen appearing spontaneously and lining up with the three circles. Surrounding all of the circles are flower shapes made of the same thin golden string. As the circles made of golden ribbon continure to beat to the song, the camera spins and zooms in through the middle, revealing a line of circles with the same flower shapes inside them. More flower shapes made of the thin string surround the line.
Afterwards, the camera zooms out and a network of golden ribbon patterns appear, flashing red hues, The camera later zooms in to reveal a second and third network of golden ribbons, vibrating green. The camera zooms in and out frequently, alternating between the second and third golden networks. The ribbons appear to slowly fade away and reappear consistently.
Near the end of the routine, the same backdrop, circle, and second circle of flowers from the beginning appear, only to have the circle in the middle disappear and the flowers intertwine in the circle’s place while fading away. The coach then disappears in another puff of green smoke.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Bend over, then spread your legs and slam your hands down fast.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Extreme Version routine:
Gold Move 1: Drop down with both hands touching the ground.
Gold Move 2: Pose by holding your left hand up and your right hand down while bending your right leg. This is the final move of the routine.
- OMG is the second song by Snoop Dogg in the series.
- The whole line "just blaze the J" is censored.
- However, the line was not censored during E3.
- OMG is the sixth song to have an Egyptian-themed routine.
- In the gameplay teasers of the Classic routine, some effects on the statue’s head in the background are missing, and the pictograms have default colors.
- In the menu assets, P1’s glove is purple, although it is pink in-game.
- In the thumbnail for the gameplay teaser uploaded to the justdancegame channel, the promotional image of P3 is shown, unlike other US thumbnails, which feature a part of the gameplay.
- The Extreme Version coach is the third dancer in the series to have golden skin, after P2-C2 from Dark Horse, and the Extreme Version of Scream & Shout.
- The promotional image of the Extreme coach features the coach’s glove on her left hand.
Official Music Video
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