Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with the following features:
- Orange fluffy hair
- Red shirt
- Orange bracelets
- Orange shorts
- Red leggings
- White and orange shoes
The remake features the dancer with a light purple top and long pants. Her hair is now in a shade of yellow, and her wristbands are in mango yellow. Her headband is pinkish instead of the original red, and her pants look slightly lighter and a bit silkier.
The routine takes place in a brightly-shining green room with a disco ball above on the dancer which symbolizes fame. There are also spotlights in the background that flash to the beat of the song or the dancer's dance moves. In the Just Dance Now remake, the background is shown to be bright blue with pink triangles.
There are four Gold Moves which are only present for Just Dance 3 and any games onward. They are all the same.
All Gold Moves: Throw both of your arms out. This occurs when the chorus starts and as the last move of the routine.
Fame appears in the following Mashups:
- Blurred Lines
- It's You
- Jump (For My Love)
- No Limit
- She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
Fame appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Fit Training
- Fitness Poney
- Fitness Punch
- Fitness Wave
- Keep Fit
- Move Your Body
- Throw It Up
- The dancer was originally wearing a golden sequin outfit in front of the background from Womanizer. More info about the beta version can be viewed here.
- The routine from this song is used in the Just Dance's trailer.
- This is the first song by Irene Cara. It is followed by Flashdance... What a Feeling on Just Dance 2014.
- However, this song is covered "In the Style of Irene Cara" while Flashdance is covered by "The Girly Team".
- This is one of 2 Just Dance songs with Disco ball light on top of the screen. The other is That's the Way (I Like It).
- On the back of the PAL cover, it is written that the artist is Irene Cara but the title appears as "Fame Cover".
- If you look closely at the pictogram sprite, you can notice that some pictograms have green pixels on their arrows, or their slam emblem is more abstract.
- On Just Dance Now, the song is credited to be by The Girly Team, although the audio is left unchanged. This is the first song to be re-covered without being for a spinoff.
- If you explore the Just Dance Now files for this song, it says OriginalJDVersion= 0.
- The dance appears Video Killed the Radio Star when the reused move appears.
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