The dancer is a man wearing a traditional Russian costume. He has a beard, he is wearing a Papacha, a Russian cap. He also has dark green jacket with red scarf, violet pants and black boots are also worn.
Just Dance 3/GH
Just Dance 2015
A winter landscape. There are some wintry trees snow is falling. It looks like the dancer is dancing on a frozen lake. In the distance is a classic Moscow castle which has been coated by snow.
There is only one Gold Move is this routine:
Only Gold Move: Jump and open your arms. This is the last counted move of the routine.
He is a returning dancer on 2 different songs on Just Dance, the first being Hungarian Dance No. 5 and the second is Y.M.C.A.. He holds the record for the second most returns as a coach in the series (2). The panda, which made his debut in C'mon, holds the most returns, with 3 returns in different songs. The panda also made a cameo appearance in the background of Happy, but wasn't playable.
However, in Y.M.C.A. he's re-colored and is not as blurry.
In Hungarian Dance No. 5, his facial expressions are clearer and his glove is yellow.
The choreography might be an attempt to replicate the Kozachok, a Ukrainian dance.
This the first song which has been remade in Just Dance 3 and then re-remade in Greatest Hits: in fact, the place where he dances is completely white in Just Dance 3, but in Greatest Hits it's bluish (like in Just Dance 2). This happened because the lyrics in Just Dance 3 were unreadable (they were white like the snow, so they were almost invisible).
However, this is only the case on Xbox; the Wii version of both games use the same background as Just Dance 2.
On the Just Dance 2015 version of the avatar, his mouth is comparatively closer to the moustache.
This coach makes a cameo appearance in the background of Uptown Funk.
The song contains a German word, wunderbar, which means wonderfully.
In the Just Dance 2 bubble, the coach's face, cap and beard have a red outline. Plus, some pictograms have yellow arrows instead of red arrows; this was fixed on the Wii versions of Just Dance 3,Just Dance: Greatest Hits, and Best Of, as well as the remake.
The "photo" of routine appears in the background of Just Dance Wii 2 tutorial mode.
There is one type of pictogram that has a double arrow in the remake.
This is the first song by Boney M. in the series; it is followed by Daddy Cool on Just Dance 2018 (covered by Groove Century).