Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer, a woman, has short light-purple hair. She is in a blue and purple one shoulder one-piece and wears what appears to be a dark-purple strap on her hips. She also wears a pair of red knee-high stockings, a pair of purple pumps, pink earrings and a pink necklace.
In the remake, her face is less visible and it is easier to see the hole in the earrings.
The background is filled with blue barcodes. During the chorus, four price tags drop from the ceiling and begin inverting their colors. When "world" is sung, the price tags begin to swing. There are also purple neon lines near the base. The floor is reflective. Behind the barcodes is the dancer's reflection. In the remake, the price tags do not swing at all.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Put your left hand on your hip and your right hand to your mouth. Both Gold Moves occur during B.o.B.'s rapping part.
Gold Move 3: Put your hands up and lean back. This is the final move of the routine.
Price Tag is featured in the following Mashups:
Price Tag appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves.
- Crazy Wings
- Shake It
- This is the first song by Jessie J in the game; it is followed by Domino, Wild and Bang Bang.
- This is also the first song by B.o.B in the series, the second being Airplanes.
- "damn" and "hoes" are censored due to their explicit nature.
- The background has hanging price tags (for the song's namesake).
- Some generic cash register sounds can be heard at the beginning and end of the routine.
- Coincidentally, the dancer's hair is the same color as Domino’s, but in the same style as Wild (in a bob).
- Her face is extremely visible, and appears to be smiling a lot.
- Her tongue is also visible, and is the first dancer to have such clear oral features.
- Throughout the song, the dancer's reflection is seen in the background. However, at specific points, the dancer's reflection zooms in or out suddenly on the screens. It is a very glitchy transition when this occurs.
- There is a glitch; unless the song is used as the first song in any given Solo Medley, there is an extra reflection of the dancer in the background, and it is larger than the other ones.
- A sprite for this routine was accidentally left behind in the files for Just Dance: Greatest Hits and Just Dance Wii 2.
- In the Just Dance Now remake, despite the fact that the dancer has been remade, when the dancer's reflections appear in the background, the reflections are using the Just Dance 3 version. The face is still blurred out but some of her facial features are visible at certain points.
- In the remake, the reflections on the wall appear with a thick deep purple outline (like in the original version), although the dancer's remade outline is light blue and much thinner.
- On the Xbox 360, the dancer is in a different pose when she's seen in the coach selection menu.
- The dancer stares at the right of the camera the whole routine.
- The remade version of the coach originally had more visible facial features, and her outline was purple instead of aqua blue.
- Out of all the Jessie J songs that have been in the series, this is the only one that has not yet appeared in Just Dance Now or Just Dance Unlimited.
- The second Gold Move pictogram misses its golden, faded outline.
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