"María" by Ricky Martin is featured on Just Dance 2014.
The dancer is a man and has a moustache-beard and is in a black shirt, black pants, and yellow shoes. The shirt has medium length sleeves and is very low cut and front laced in what appears to be flowers or a wreath. The pants have glitter on the sides. The dancer resembles Ricky Martin himself.
The dancer is a woman with long flowing maroon hair pushed to the side. She is wearing an orange fringe bra and a fringe skirt, and is seen barefoot.
The background appears to be a dance floor, with circular lights on the floor and displays that flash blue on the back of the room, as well as two women each dancing on a stage that emits an orange light that makes them silhouettes.
At around 2:40 in the song, the whole stage is lit up red as it rains confetti.
In the sweat version, the background is in the same shape as all the other sweat versions of Just Dance 2014. It flashes orange and red.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine.
All: Put your hands up in a triangle and jump. The fourth Gold Move is the final move for the routine.
The Sweat routine has 3 Gold Moves.
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Slightly kneel on your left leg with both hands by your hips.
Gold Move 3: Do the same thing as the first two gold moves, but raise your right arm. This is the last move of the routine.
María appears in the following Mashups:
María - both versions - appear in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to their dance moves.
- For You You And You
- Salsa Man
- Let's Samba
- Slow Samba
- Wipe Away
- This is the second song by Ricky Martin in the series, after Livin' la Vida Loca.
- The word "sexual" in "Ella es un espejisimo sexual" is censored.
- Part of the song in Just Dance 2014 adds a bit of the song in the intro before playing the first verse.
- At some parts of the song, the male coach looks like he is doing the Macarena. This is also the case for Ghostbusters.
- There is a move in the Classic routine which is taken from Hit The Lights.
- This is the sixth Spanish song in the series, after Boom, Mamasita, Jambo Mambo, I Like It, and Aserejé (The Ketchup Song). It is followed by Limbo, Bailando, Macarena, and Rabiosa.
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