Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a woman with orange curly hair. She wears a golden yellow fringe dress with a pair of light green pumps.
In the remake, the coach now has a completely different color scheme. She now has red hair, an orange and red fringe dress, and a pair of blue pumps. Some facial features can stil be visible.
The background in the remake looks more like in Just Dance 2, but the city from the Xbox 360 background can be seen.
There are 9 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 3, 5, and 7: Spin in a clockwise direction.
Gold Moves 2, 4, 6, and 8 (Gold Move 8 is not counted as a move in Just Dance 2): Spin in a counterclockwise direction.
Gold Move 9: Put your hands up. This is the final move of the routine.
Proud Mary appears in the following Mashups:
Proud Mary appears in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here is the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Slow Snap
- Slow down
- Proud Mary and Ninja Re Bang Bang hold the tied record for the second most gold moves in one routine, with a total of 9 Gold Moves.
- However, Gold Move 8 is not counted as a move in Just Dance 2.
- Worryin’ is misspelled as worry in the first time it appears in the lyrics, keep (from Proud Mary/keep on burnin’) is misspelled as keeps and if you got no money is misinterpreted as ’cause you got no money.
- A shortened version that starts in the middle of the song is used in-game.
- Proud Mary has one of the most dramatic tempo changes in the series. After spending over a minute in a slow tempo, the song quickly speeds up.
- This song and When I Grow Up were used for a talent search.
- In the Just Dance 2 square, the coach's glove is on her left hand.
- In Just Dance 2, when the second, fourth, and sixth Gold Moves occur, the score tracking acts as if the first, third, fifth, and seventh Gold Moves were being preformed instead.
- In Just Dance: Greatest Hits, the square is reversed: You can notice it from the dancer and from the reversed positions of bracelet and glove, the square also remains reversed in Just Dance Now.
- In the Just Dance Now pictogram sprite, it can be seen that even though the dancer’s color scheme has been changed to red with a blue glove, the pictograms are still orange with green arrows.
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