"So What" by P!nk is featured on Just Dance 4.


The dancer is a woman (who looks like P!nk) and has the following features:

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  • A pink top with black stars
  • A sleeveless denim vest
  • Cherry red leather leggings
  • Dark blue boots
  • Black blue leather gloves
  • Sky blue outline.


It is a room, with a white couch and a wooden bookcase, which changes colors with the terms of the walls. Furniture falls on in the course of the choreography, such as a TV, a desk with a computer, a chest of drawers or a washing machine. During the chorus, the said furnitures explodes/fall apart, and cracks can be seen on the floor and walls.

Gold Moves

There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine:

Gold Move 1: Shake your hand, which should be bent at the elbow.
Gold Move 2: Flex your right arm such that your fist gets close to your head at the start of the last chorus.
Gold Move 3: Put your hands up high at the end of the last chorus.

Dance Quests

  • One player gets 3 stars
  • One player gets 5 stars
  • Get 5 stars on the Dance Mash-Up
  • Get all Gold Moves
  • Get the "In rhythm" Dance style
  • Get GOOD when "So what" is sung


So What has a Mashup which is exclusive to the PS3 and Wii U.

Dancers (no repeats)

Puppet Master Mode

So What has a Puppet Master Mode available on the Wii U. Here are the captions in order of appearance, a bold STP indicates that there is a Strike The Pose move:

Appearances in Mashups

So What appears in the following Mashups:


So What appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:

  • Angry Girl
  • Angry Teen
  • Despair
  • Heartbeat Burn
  • Pop Rock Wind
  • Punching Mill
  • Ready To Fight
  • Rock Chick
  • Rock Puncher
  • Rock Star
  • Tear It Up (JD4)


  • This is P!nk's first song in the series; it's followed by Funhouse which is a DLC from Just Dance 4 onwards.
    • This is the only song to not be a DLC (either original or recycled).
  • There is a pictogram at the end that is difficult to understand. It has a face and is sticking out its tongue; that move was added because if you hear closely you can hear a raspberry at the end of the song, and the dancer does so.
    • It is the first pictogram to have a face or facial expressions. The other pictogram is the final move of the same routine that has eyes and a blue tongue.
  • This might be the same dancer as the one for the Cheerleaders Boot Camp workout since she bears similarities to the titular Cheerleader.
  • When the TV appears, the gameplay for Ain't No Other Man is playing.
    • The appearance can be seen on all versions of the game, despite the fact that Ain't No Other Man can only be danced to on the Wii U version of the game.
    • Another strange fact is that this gameplay has pictograms but no star bar or scoring system.
  • Although there are no three dots, the word s**t in the line "And gave it to Jessica Simps (s**t!)" is censored.
  • Once the TV is already broken, the stand that holds the TV will stay fixed. And when the lights reappear, the stand will disappear.
  • The coach looks like P!nk.
  • Hot n Cold has a caption of the same name (Tear It Up) that renamed it (this song) to Angry Girl.
  • In the song's Just Dance Now pictogram file, there are 2 beta pictograms. The first one represents a half completed pictogram with only a head with facial expressions and the second one just has its arm raised up instead of the whole body moving.
  • The dancer appears in the background of Just Dance, as the only female dancer to appear during Colby's part.
  • In the Puppet Master Mode, Good Feeling (Extreme)'s pictos for Jumping Jack were changed to orange. 



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