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Revisión de 11:24 7 oct 2018

(credited as "The Just Dance Band" in-game) is featured on Just Dance 2018 and Just Dance Now.

The song can be unlocked by getting all 10 CD cover-style stickers from the Gift Machine on 8th-Gen and the Nintendo Switch, while it is available at start on 7th-Gen.

Appearance of the Dancer


The routine is performed by a man wearing a yellow jacket with a cyan-colored stereo on the front, with an azure blue shirt with cyan accents underneath as well as magenta pants, blue and yellow-striped socks, multi-colored shoes, a violet backwards-facing cap with a cyan strap, and black sunglasses.

During one part of the routine, his jacket turns azure, the stereos turn yellow, the shirt becomes orange, and his pants become cyan. The rest of his outfit changes according to these color changes.


Allyougottavip coach 1

The coach is Italian YouTuber and Muser Luciano Spinelli. He has brown hair with the left side shaved and the right one long, a red hoodie, black pants and white shoes.


The background graphics are reminiscent of the background of the song selection screen in many recent Just Dance titles. It takes place in a galaxy filled with stars and a multi colored line that curves around where the dancer is dancing on and disappears during the chorus. During the chorus, small planetoid bodies themed after other routines in Just Dance 2018 can be seen with their respective coaches dancing with the main coach. There are also some objects that are seen floating depending on the upcoming dancer and planetoid.


(in order of first appearance)

Gold Moves

There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Throw your right arm up in the air and look up. Gold Move 3 is the final move of the routine.


  • All You Gotta Do (Is Just Dance) is the first song by The Just Dance Band in the series.
    • It is also the eighth song composed by Tom Salta in the series.
      • On Tom Salta’s official webpage, the song is titled All You Gotta Do (Official Just Dance Theme Song), and the artists are credited as "Oktavian & Tom Salta (featuring Missi Hale)".
  • All You Gotta Do (Is Just Dance) was released to Spotify on September 13, 2017, the same day its inclusion in Just Dance 2018 was confirmed.[1]
  • The US preview credits "Just Dance Team" instead of "The Just Dance Band".
  • All You Gotta Do (Is Just Dance) is the theme song for Just Dance 2018.[2]
  • The coach appears on the album art for All You Gotta Do (Is Just Dance).[1]
  • The preview version of the song cuts the repeated lines before the chorus ("Here we go/Start the show" instead of "Yea here we go/Here we go"/"Time to start the show/Start the show") and removes the instrumental part before the last chorus.
    • This is the first known time that a song by Ubisoft has been shortened.
  • The design style and colors used for the coach's jacket look similar to the dress worn by the coach for Bang.
  • The beta color scheme, as seen in the E3 poster, shows that the dancer's pants and jacket are blue instead of pink and yellow.
  • The dancer for the routine is shown in front of all the other dancers on the "Dance" mode on the home screen.
  • On October 10, 2017, it was announced that the Ubisoft Star Players from E3 would be making a cameo in the game dancing to this song.
    • On the same day, a video that features them dancing to the routine in several places in Los Angeles was uploaded to justdancegame and justdanceGB’s respective YouTube channels.[3]
  • On the menu, the song title is written without the "(Is Just Dance)".
  • All You Gotta Do (Is Just Dance) is the only non-alternate routine that has to be unlocked via the Gift Machine.
  • A concept art of the background shows several unused background planets and coaches, such as P3 of Another One Bites the Dust, P3 of Bubble Pop!, Daddy Cool, Footloose, P1 and P3 of Love Ward, Make It Jingle, and P2 of Sax.
  • As seen on the left of the loading banner for the Wii version, the coach initially had a different color scheme.
  • The coach was added to the opening screen of the Just Dance Now app before the routine was actually released in-game.


Game Files

In-Game Screenshots

Promotional Images

Behind the Scenes

Beta Elements



Official Audio





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