Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a chubby man who has light green hair in a bun. He wears a dark green tank-top with some light green curved lines. He also wears a pair of dark green shorts that have a light green outline. His glove is dark blue with a light blue aura. Finally, he wears a pair of long dark green socks with light green stripes and a pair of light green shoes.
The background is a dark purple room with serval colored lines. It also has triangles that flash throughout the song. The dancer dances on a platform-like floor which also flashes throughout the song. In Just Dance 3, the background is more animated.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Slowly make a circle with both of your hands.
Skin-To-Skin appears in the following Mashups:
Skin-To-Skin appears in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Bring It Back
- Heavy Punch
- Knees Up
- Point 'N' Punch
- Push Down
- Step Clap
- Stretch 'N' Point
- Skin-To-Skin is one of the many songs by Sweat Invaders.
- The song and dance routine look like workout training, or like Sweat Mode from Just Dance 4.
- Though the "singer" speaks, the words are not translated into lyrics.
- In Just Dance 3 this song is not included in the DLC Packs featuring the Sweat Invaders’ songs from that game. This could be because it is from Just Dance 2
- This song holds the record for the longest continuous appearance in a single Mashup: he lasts for 45 seconds in Jump (For My Love)’s Sweat Mashup.
- The arrows of the pictograms are purple, despite the fact that the coach’s glove is blue.
- The song is featured in a Just Dance 3 DLC Pack named "St. Valentine's Day", along with Why Oh Why and Katti Kalandal; even though, this routine isn't love-themed.
- Before he starts to punch, the coach messes up with his footing.
- Two pictograms of the routine have incorrect coloring: the white shading should be placed around their head and forearms, but it is placed more under. This only happens in Just Dance 3; the Just Dance 2 version had completely different pictograms for this part.
- In Just Dance 2 and Summer Party, the coach is edited in order to make him stay in the middle of the screen.
- This does not happen in Just Dance 3.
- Along with Alright, this is one of the songs from Just Dance 2 that still have not been found in the Just Dance Now files.
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