Appearance of the DancerThe dancer is a woman with a cyan 1970s style afro pinned up by a yellow star-shaped hairclip. She is seen wearing a yellow short-sleeved coat over a green top. She is also wearing a green miniskirt held up by a white belt with a yellow tag, a pair of yellow high-heels, a yellow bracelet on her left wrist, and a pair of yellow earrings. In the remake, her face is not as visible anymore and her outline is hot pink.
The background is a yellow wall that starts fading to orange and then to black as long as the circular shade spreads. There is a blue line at the bottom, and many yellow triangles fly behind the coach.
Just Dance: Greatest Hits (Wii)
In the post-Just Dance remakes there are two triangles stuck to the floor, on the sides of the screen that light up along to the rhythm. The flying triangles are still there.
Just Dance: Greatest Hits (Xbox 360)
In the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance: Greatest Hits, the wall has a much wider circular gradient, and there are powerful fuchsia lights at the bottom. The flying triangles are more numerous, and some of them have an aquamarine smaller triangle in the middle.
There are 4 Gold Moves in its post-Just Dance appearances, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Slap your hip with your right hand once and put your left hand out.
Ring My Bell appears in the following Mashups:
- Beauty And A Beat
- Rock n' Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain)
- You're the First, the Last, My Everything
- Diving Down
- Four Corners
- Rolling Punch
- Speed Bag
- Swim 'N' Pony
- In Just Dance, the lyrics incorrectly say Rock a bye instead of Rock a bell.
- This was later fixed in Just Dance: Greatest Hits.
- The coach makes a cameo in Just Dance’s background.
- The coach's bracelet appears on the left arm in the menu icon for post-Just Dance versions, although she actually wears it on the right arm. It did not appear in the original square.
- Some pictograms from the Just Dance: Greatest Hits version and the remake are called "pulpfictionr_f", "pulpfictionendr_i", "pulpfictionl_f" and "pulpfictionendl_i", referencing the omonymous film.
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