The dancer is a woman with short black hair. She wears a red starfish headband, a gold and magenta sequined arrow-striped halter top, blue mini shorts with dark blue tassels sticking out of the pockets, pink ankle boots and a blue and red arrow-striped choker. At the beginning of the routine, she also wears a black fedora which she throws away.
There are five different backgrounds seen during the routine. The first background has gold coins falling from both sides in a dark place with some small red dots. The second background has bubbles and lights, raining dust and objects, which are all combined randomly. The third background has random moving lights, signs, lines and shapes - all of which are yellow. The fourth background is the same as the third but has a purple color scheme instead. The objects on screen move away until everything is gone. The final background has red spinning parallel lines which spin until they fade.
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An early version of the background is used, which has poorer golden lining in the beginning, is brighter in color, and has more diamonds.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine: Gold Move 1: Lean really low backwards and stretch your right hand out slowly. Gold Move 2: Softly stretch your arms out quickly in a semi circle.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 2 in-game
The Popchips Code
The code for the website is OCT3114LYD1, and the code for the song given from it is varied within console and region.
Waking Up in Vegas appears in Party Master modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
This song was found in Just Dance 2014’s files before it was officially announced.
The reason that a Katy Perry song was chosen for the promotion could be attributed to the fact that she is one of the endorsers for Popchips and even has her own flavor of Popchips - Katy's Kettle Corn.
This is the ninth song by Katy Perry in the series.
This is the second song to require a code on Just Dance 2014, after Safe And Sound. Overall, it is the sixth song to require unlocking via a code.
Hungover appears in the lyrics with a space in between "hung" and "over", making it two separate words.
It's fixed in the Unlimited version.
"Hell" is censored.
This is the second song that mentions Las Vegas in the title, the first one being Viva Las Vegas.
This is the third song by Katy Perry to receive censorship, after California Gurls and I Kissed a Girl. It is followed by This Is How We Do.
Even if the player has unlocked the song with the code before, the same song can still be seen in the shop.
If the song is on the list from a code, the DLC version will be in the same "folder" as this song, as if it were an alternate routine.
After You Make Me Feel..., this is the second song to be a code-unlockable before becoming a DLC.
This is the cheapest non-recycled DLC on Just Dance 2014, costing $2.00 (the same as DLC alternates).
However, it costs $3.00 on Xbox One and there is no Redeem Code button on Xbox One. And in the PAL Wii it costs 300 Wii Points
Her avatar can be unlocked by paying 5 Mojocoins, even without unlocking the song.
On an image showing all of the avatars that are on Just Dance 2014 (see in Gallery), a beta version of Just Dance’s avatar can be seen on there, and the avatar is missing her choker.
The song's half dancer does not have the fade effect, which causes part of the legs to be fading away. Instead, the shorts and legs seem to simply be floating.
Whatever option you choose, the website now gives you only one code: 5JM-A4HA-CK49-WLCQ-CE33.
Also, you can put in any code and the website will give you that code.
In the DLC version on the PS3, the coach image for the dancer has a golden outline instead of a dark pink outline.
Also, the preview video showed the dancer with a blue outline.