The coach is a man with short red hair, a faded pink dress shirt, brown pants, a brown bow tie, brown suspenders and red and white shoes. He also has an orange outline.
Round circus-like, snails, rare and assorted shapes appear behind the dancer and after the line "Superstition ain't the way", glowing colorful circles appear at the base like in Troublemaker. The background also recalls Aztec drawings. In later copies of Just Dance 4, and in the routine's other appearances, the lights glow much brighter (see gallery for comparison).
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2 and 4: A clockwise spin. It occurs during the line "Superstition ain't the way".
Gold Move 3: Shake your arms vigorously.
- One player gets 3 stars
- One player gets 4 stars
- One player gets 5 stars
- Get all Gold Moves
- Get the "In rhythm" Dance style
- Get GOOD when "When you believe in things" is sung
Superstition appears in the following Mashups:
- Ain't No Mountain High Enough (Funky)
- Asereje (The Ketchup Song)
- Beware Of The Boys (Mundian To Bach Ke)
- Fancy (Retro Men)
- Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)
- It's My Birthday (Suit Up!)
- I Will Survive
- Never Gonna Give You Up
- Prince Ali
- Stuck On A Feeling (Suit Up!)
- Wild Wild West
Superstition appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Double Boogie
- Slide Walk
- Soul Clap
- Soul Combination
- Soul Snap
- Retro Running
- Rolling Hands
- The dancer looks similar to the dancers of Take On Me, One Thing, I Like It, Love Boat, Alfonso Signorini (Eroe Nazionale), and Fine China.
- This song's difficulty is the only one which has been changed to a higher level on Just Dance Wii U.
- The coach of this song appears in a photo of the background for Want U Back.
- This is the first and currently only Stevie Wonder song in the series.
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