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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman that wears a light blue puffy jacket, a patterned tricolor bustier (turquoise, golden yellow, and burgundy), yellow and red shorts with sock garters and purple leggings, a gold necklace, and black and blue boots. Her hair is black and her glove is hot purple. She also has a blue outline.
In Just Dance 2015, she has a different color palette. Her jacket is now pink, and her corset is now pink, turquoise, and purple. She has the same choker and has a gold bracelet. She wears blue-and-purple shorts with sock garters and pink leggings, purple dyed hair and her glove is pink. The dancer now has a darker outline as compared to the original. During the male vocals, her skin turns black. Her skin is now darker and pinker, and she looks taller and slimmer.
The background appears in some parts of the song, black with skulls drawn all over the place, a black claw-foot tub with water in it, bath foam and rubber ducks scattered around and a big pink teddy bear with a heart that says "I Love You! NOT" The bear is wearing a leopard patterned hat, zebra patterned sunglasses and the bear has drawn teeth. There is an "Open" sign hanging on the wall and "KISS ME!" is written on the wall too.
In other parts of the routine, the background is purple with some modified photos from the music video.
The background has some strange, bulldog-like creatures in colors such as purple, yellow ochre, light green, yellow-white and gold. They wear caps, hold scepters and wear chain necklaces with the letters "JD" on them. They also lip sync the male vocals. There are also some lights behind the dancer and at some points, more of the bulldog-like creatures appears floating in the air during the chorus. They also move according to the coach's moves. The rest of the background is pitch black.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Put your right hand up and shake it as you lift up your right leg.
We Can't Stop appears in the following Mashup:
I Luh Ya Papi (Urban Latino)
- "Hell", "Molly", "Butts", "Strip" , "Line" and "Molly" are censored. Additionally, the line "We can screw who we want" is replaced with "We can live how we want".
- This song was accidentally released in the Xbox Marketplace for about five hours on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. It was also released in October 1, 2013 for the PAL Wii and on February 1, 2014 (for half an hour) on the Xbox Marketplace. All of whom downloaded it can still access it. However, if the system is formatted, the player won't be able to retrieve it from the shop. Before it became a DLC for Just Dance 2014, throughout the Facebook page of the game, replies included: "Be patient", "Nothing confirmed yet" and even "We have no plans for this song right now".
- The song was leaked yet again, on the Wii U shop accidentally for 6 minutes on May 4, 2014 from 2:37 p.m. to 2:43 p.m.
- Until its release on Just Dance 2015 as a DLC, the song was never properly released in the series.
- The avatar in Just Dance 2015 uses the Just Dance 2014 version, even if the coach was remade.
- But, the pictograms are recycled from the Just Dance 2014 version.
- This is the first HD song in the series to be remade for a future game. It is followed by You Never Can Tell.
- Excluding the instances in Just Dance Now, this is the second time a song was remade with drastic changes in colors and background, with the first one being Warm Up.
- The photos in the gameplay became involved with copyright disclaimers.
- However, the song still was not released on Just Dance 2014.
- This is the first time ever Just Dance had to postpone a DLC.
- Information has been found that Timber was the second, although it was eventually released in the game.
- A Just Dance Now picture with this dancer included (in the Just Dance 2014 version, as one of the dancers) was leaked on the Dutch Just Dance Facebook page, but it was removed later.
- When you finish dancing to this song in Just Dance 2015, you see the Just Dance 2014 version of the coach in the background.
- The Just Dance 2014 version used to come with two avatars, one that resembles the dancer and one that resembles Globox from Rayman Legends.
- The Globox avatar became available for purchase in Just Dance 2016.
- We Can't Stop used to be available for people who hacked their Wii on Just Dance 2014, but on November 26, 2013, it was replaced by Dummy.
- The background of the Just Dance 2014 version of the routine resembles the background of Troublemaker during Flo Rida's part.
- This is unofficially the first Miley Cyrus song in the series being followed by 4x4 on Just Dance 2015 and is officially the second of her songs in the series.
- This is one of the several songs before Just Dance 2015 to feature zooms.
- This was the first time Ubisoft added extra zooming out/in to a remake of a song.
- There is a glitch with the glove in Just Dance 2015 version. It becomes partly black at some moments.
- There is also a glitch with her heels in both versions when she lies down on the ground. On Just Dance 2014, they glitch yellow, while on Just Dance 2015 they glitch light blue.
- The Just Dance Now files originally had a folder called "WeCantStop" but was renamed to "WeCantStopDLC" like all the other DLCs.
- Although the routine has been remade, the files of Just Dance Now use the Just Dance 2014 version of the routine.
- In the Just Dance 2014 version, the teddy bear's sunglasses tend not to follow the beat together with the bear's head.
- The dancer does a move known as the cat daddy during the post-chorus.
Official Music Video
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