"Papaoutai" by Stromae is featured on Just Dance 2015. It is exclusive to the PAL region but is also available as a downloadable track in the NTSC region.
Appearance of the Dancers
They are supposed to represent a father and a son.
P1, the father, wears a brown afro, a red and yellow sweater, a light blue shirt underneath, a red bow tie, a pair of brown glasses, as well as green shorts, high blue socks, and brown shoes.
P2, the son has short brown hair, yellow polo shirt, orange bow tie, and a blue glove. He is also wearing green shorts, high blue socks, and brown shoes.
The coach wears a yellow suit and a zebra-patterned bra. She wears a pink hat with jewelry dangling, and also colorful bracelets on both wrists. She also wears a pair of stockings; one completely red and the other in various bright colors.
A living room with orange sofa, orange desk, and many animated cubes appearing on the walls. At the chorus, the wall at the back opens, showing clones of the dancers.
The background for the African Dance is similar to that of an Extreme Choreography's. It glows red, green, orange, and turquoise at points at the song.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Classic routine: Gold Moves 1, 3, and 4: Make a semicircle in front of yourself while walking in opposite directions. Gold Move 2: Throw your right hand while you stand on one leg.
Gold Moves 1, 3 and 4
Gold Move 2
Gold Moves 1, 3 and 4 in-game
Gold Move 2 in-game
There are 2 Gold Moves in the African Dance routine: Both Gold Moves: Leap into the air and put your bent left elbow above your straightened right arm directly over your chest as if you are hugging yourself. As soon as you land, punch the air.
This is the fourth song to have a child or teenager as a coach in the Just Dance series, after Kids in America, Blame It on the Boogie and Could You Be Loved. It is succeeded by the Classroom Version of I Gotta Feeling, Daddy (alternate) and Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).
This is the seventh PAL exclusive in the Just Dance series.
This is also the second PAL song to be available as a DLC for the NTSC region, with the first being Make The Party (Don't Stop). However, this only applies to the Wii.
Also, Make The Party (Don't Stop) received some changes in its background, while this one didn't.
This is the second regional exclusive song to have a Mashup; the first is Till I Find You from the same game.
Although the avatar can be bought in the Dancer Card section for 5 Mojocoins, when the song is viewed in the Shop (for the NTSC region), the avatar can be seen under "Includes 1 exclusive avatar".
There are many dancers in the Ultra Violet Mashup who are not really dressed in shades of violet, such as Call Me Maybe, Baby Don't Stop Now, and I Kissed a Girl. However, they do wear many articles of pink and/or yellow clothes or their hair is pink or purple.
In the store preview, the audio is not synced with the dance.
This is the first time a PAL Exclusive is nominated in Just Dance Awards.
About 13 seconds of the beginning have been shaved from the final routine (the part where a piano is being played).
Additionally, the first 9 seconds of the ending part was shaved from the routine.
Some moves from the African Dance were used in the choreography on the Euro 2016 opening ceremony.