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The dancer is a woman with large poofy black hair. She is wearing a pink strapless dress with a red curled skirt and a black waist rim. She also wears black gladiator heels.
The background has a Hawaiian style. On it are some blue, green, pink, and yellow panels of different widths and lotus leaves. It shows some lyrics from the chorus of the song. The silhouetted dancers in the background look like hula dancers.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Move 1: Pose on the left side with your arms behind your body while shaking your body at the same time.
Gold Move 2: Similar to Gold Move 1, but done repeatedly.
Gold Move 3: Do a circle in the air backwards while slightly crouching.
Dançando appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Que Calor
- This is the first (and so far, only) Ivete Sangalo song in the series.
- This choreography is the official choreography from the music video.
- Many elements from the music video are shown in the background, such as the lyrics in the paint style font, and the backup dancers.
- Ubisoft Brasil uploaded a video of Ivete Sangalo presenting the song for the game.
- The dancer has two available avatars: one of them being unlocked with 5 Mojo coins in the game, and another that comes with the PAL DLC version. Both avatars are the same.
- The coach for this song looks nearly the same to P1 of Bailando. Coincidentally, "Dançando" means "Bailando" in Brazilian Portuguese.
- The coach from this song resembles Rabiosa.
- The avatar from this song is different, the avatar has green glow and a blue and yellow necklace, while the coach has a little pink or red glow and a black necklace.
- This is the only female NTSC dancer to not feature in any Mashups.
- This is the second Brazilian Portuguese song in Just Dance series.
- It follows Mas Que Nada.
- The backup dancers are taken from the following songs: