|Hier geht es um Avril Lavigne's song. Nicht zu verwechseln mit Skrillex's song with a similar name.|
The dancer is a teenage girl with the following features:
- Light blue hair.
- A punky leather collar with rivets.
- A gray crop top.
- Ripped medium wash jeans.
- A cherry red shirt with black dots tied up in her waist.
- Black leather boots.
The background resembles a sheet of paper that constantly changes colour. It shows many drawings, such as a cheerleader, a rugby player, a graduated boy, many books, skulls and clocks.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3: Hit your right arm down twice, as if you're strumming a guitar.
Gold Move 4: Drop your left arm, and raise your right arm up.
- Bulls**t and Middle (from middle finger) are censored, but wasted isn't. Motherf**king is replaced by mother fricking (even though the whole word was censored in Girlfriend). Many people are confused why "middle" was censored.
- Pointing up the middle finger means f**k you which is very explicit.
- This is second Avril Lavigne song in the series; it follows Girlfriend from Just Dance 2.
- Coincidentally, in both songs, she addresses herself as a motherf***ing princess.
- This makes her the artist with the second longest time gap between her debut on the game franchise and her second song. She is second only to Calvin Harris by one game.
- Considering the dancer for Miss Understood has a striking resemblance to Avril the same looking dancer is used.
- Due to the hair and facial features, many players have mixed them up.
- One of the lyrics is written as A ...(middle) finger when it should say Our...(middle) fingers.
- Ubisoft said that this is not the same dancer as the one in Miss Understood by Sammie, but Laura Ferretti performed both songs.
- If you look closely, there are sweat shrouds under her armpit; it's unknown if the real person has this problem or it was made intentionally to represent the dancer as a rebel girl that even refuses to wash herself up.
- The silhouetted cheerleader that appears in the background resembles the sweat dancer for Gentleman.
- Rock N Roll was released on 11 February 2014 along with Timber and Just Dance’s Sweat routine.
- In Just Dance 2014 and 2015, there is an error in one of the lyrics. The line is misinterpreted as "I'm never gonna to cover that tattoo," with an extra to. This was fixed in Just Dance Now.
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