"Rich Girl" by Gwen Stefani (ft. Eve) is featured on Just Dance 2014.
The coach is a woman in an Egyptian outfit and strongly resembles Cleopatra. She wears a golden yellow turban with studded jewels as well as a few bracelets on her both arms. She wears a teal bra as well as a teal flowing dress. She also has golden bangles on her ankles.
With A Chair
The coach is a woman with curly hair. She wears a crop top, a pair of ultra short shorts, and a pair of heeled boots. She's a black silhouette dancing with a small red wooden chair.
The routine takes place in an Egyptian palace. There is a huge throne in the background which has two blue flames on its handles, along with vases. Two male backup dancers can also be seen in the background.
With A Chair
The routine takes place in a whitewashed room. It is virtually empty besides for the coach and a red chair, and the shadow that the coach casts can be seen in the entire room.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
All: Put both of your hands on your leg, and give your leg a twist.
With A Chair
There are 2 Gold Moves in the With A Chair routine:
Gold Move 1: Swing your left hand in a curve over the chair.
Gold Move 2: Swing your right hand in a curve over the chair.
There are 1 Gold Move in the Mashup:
Gold Move: Very quickly, point out half of your arms. (Done with Fine China Extreme)
Rich Girl has a Mashup, which can only be unlocked in November.
- Rich Girl (JD2014)
- The Power (JD2)
- Walk Like an Egyptian (JD2)
- Feel So Right (JD2014)
- Fine China (Both Versions) (JD2014)
- Crazy in Love (JD2)
- She's Got Me Dancing (JD3)
- D.A.N.C.E. (JD2)
- Wannabe (JD)
- Wild Wild West (Extreme) (JD4)
- Funhouse (JD4)
Rich Girl appears in the following Mashups:
- This is Gwen Stefani's second song in the series; it was preceded by What You Waiting For? in Just Dance 3.
- It's also Eve's first (and so far only) song in the series.
- The dancer of the classic routine is Grace Bolebe.
- The With A Chair dance for this has very few counted moves, but it doesn't mean it would be difficult to get 5 stars on. The "OK", "Good", and "Perfect" moves and "YEAH!" Gold Moves are counted for much more points than in other songs.
- The With A Chair routine is shown in black likely because the dancer opens her legs a lot, and the dance could've been too mature and inappropriate to actually show children playing the game. However, the dancer's face is visible at some points.
- She sits in the throne at the back in the beginning and at the end.
- It looks like she is sitting on the disco ball in the Mashup because the throne does not come with the extraction.
- This song's With a Chair alternate routine won in the Most Outrageous Dance Routine category on the first Just Dance Awards.
- In the second chorus of the classic version, during "All the riches baby", the line immediately gets colored for a while, but then it returns white.
- The avatar shows that the coach has black paint on her face, like the dancers of Mamasita and Jasmine from Prince Ali.
- Her dress is lighter in the Soundless Quiz.
- In the With A Chair routine, on the camera consoles (Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4), the gold moves are worth much more points (roughly 1000 points) than on the remote consoles (Wii, Wii U, PlayStation 3, and sometimes PlayStation 4), roughly 500 points. This is because on the camera consoles, less moves are counted for.
- In the Just Dance Now files, the song's .json file (the song's information file) says: ""JDVersion": 2015,".
- Gwen Stefani's previous collaboration with Eve is mentioned in the song Let Me Blow Ya Mind which won the first ever Grammy Award for Best Rap/Song Collaboration.
- The version used in the game is the same one from it's music video.
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