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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man, wearing a light blue hat with an orange stripe, a red orange t-shirt, a light blue pair of overalls, and sneakers. He also wears a light blue wristband on his left forearm and an orange wristband on his right forearm.
Every feature that was originally blue is now green, and the orange parts are pink. The outfit is made to look more realistic.
The background is basic blue, with light blue blocks at the bottom, and light blue animated lines streaking during the song. There is a pink shiny floor.
The background is now much more detailed, with lots blue and purple panels moving and sliding around. The floor is now very reflective, with reflections of the panels on it. It also has loud cheering sounds at the start and a blue spotlight on the coach, who appears with a horizontal line effect.
The background is a bit different than in the previous games. The background is now mostly dark blue, with dark and light blue block floating up and down. There is also a light directly above the dancer. There are lots of white, yellow, and purple floating dots.
The remade routine has 3 Gold Moves:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Put your hands on your head, during "You’re always on my mind".
Gold Move 3: Punch the air with your right hand with your left hand on your right hand. It is the last move of the routine.
Step By Step appears in the following Mashups:
- Call Me Maybe
- Irish Meadow Dance
- Let's Groove (Just Shine)
- Oh No!
- What Makes You Beautiful
- You're the First, the Last, My Everything
Step By Step appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Denim Dude
- Denim Violin
- Dude Dance
- Dude Style
- Dude Twist
- Hey Dude
- I'm The Boss
- That's Just Me
- Step by Step is the first song from Just Dance to return in Just Dance Now.
- In Just Dance 3, the background looks more like the background of I Like to Move It.
- In Just Dance, his face is more detailed than in later appearances.
- In the game, the track is shortened by 81 seconds.
- The dancer can be seen lip-syncing the entire song.
Official Music Video
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