Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer has big poofy black hair and is wearing a black and red sundress, the skirt being shaped like an umbrella, a pair of strappy heels, and a long red glove. The dress turns blue during the chorus, and for a few seconds it is gold.
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There is 1 Gold Move in the Classic routine:
Gold Move: Slowly make a semi-circle with both of your arms.
With an Umbrella
There is 1 Gold Move in the With an Umbrella routine:
Gold Move: Lift your umbrella to the right, and kick your left leg sideways.
- One player gets 3 stars
- One player gets 5 stars
- Get 5 stars on the Alternate Version
- Get all Gold Moves
- Get the "In rhythm" Dance style
- Get GOOD when "Umbrella" is sung
Umbrella is featured in the following Mashups:
Umbrella appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves.
- Dance Hall Diva
- Rainy Loop
With an Umbrella
- Dance With My Umbrella
- Umbrella is the fifth song by Rihanna in the series.
- This is the second song in the series by Jay-Z.
- Umbrella is only available to the PAL Wii through the PAL Special Edition. It is available on all other consoles in both regions, as well as the NTSC Wii.
- Umbrella is not credited on the back of the game case.
- The dancer’s face can be seen when she turns gold.
- On the NTSC cover, the dancer is seen in her yellow sundress, but is doing a pose she does in her black dress.
- The dancer’s sundress changes a total of three times; however, when she is in her yellow sundress, she does only one move (the Gold Move), and is thus impossible to determine the actual pictogram colour of the coach in her yellow sundress.
- However, in the With An Umbrella routine, she can be seen doing a move in her yellow sundress while the pictogram colour is still violet.
- Jay-Z is not credited on the Wii version of the game.
- In the menu icon, the dancer appears to be in a different background. The background in the icon is a blue room with some light blue stripes, while the actual one is a pitch black background with a blue floor and rain.
- On the Just Dance 4 box art, the dancer has purple hair but, in-game, she has black hair.
- The Alternate dancer is the same as the classic one; the only difference is that her glove is shorter and she is dancing with an umbrella.
- When playing the With An Umbrella routine on the Wii, Wii U and PS3 versions of Just Dance 4, the Wii Remote or Move Remote must be treated as the umbrella for the best score. For the Xbox 360, since players are using a camera to track your moves, they will have to use a real umbrella.
- The Classic pictograms in the chorus have fuchsia arrows instead of red arrows.
- In Hit ’Em Up Style (Oops!)’s Mashup, the Gold Move pictogram for the Classic routine is replaced with another one from Maneater.
- Umbrella was meant to have a Mashup, but it was not included in the final game. Some of its files can still be found in the ISO.