Hips Don’t Lie
Game(s) Just Dance 2017
Artist Shakira ft. Wyclef Jean
From the
Year 2005
Released Date(s)
No. of Gold Moves 2 (Classic)
5 (Mashup)
No. of Shake Moves
Dancer Gender(s)
Mashup Caliente
Alternate Routines Sumo Version
Dance Mode Solo
Menu Color
Pictogram Color Dark Blue
Raspberry Red/Spring Green
Glove Color Orange
Cobalt Blue/Yellow
Lyrics Color Yellow (Classic/Mashup)
Raspberry Red (Sumo)
Pictogram Count 132 (Clássico)
137 (Versão Sumo & Mashup)
Total Calories
Burnable (kCal)
Code Name Hips (Clássico)
HipsALT (Versão Sumo)
Preview Audio
Choreographed By Céline Rotsen
Performed By Leila Medour[1]
Dancers secundários
Pearly Eksétéra (Female)
Ralph Beaubrun (Male)
Sophie Milzink

"Hips Don’t Lie" de Shakira ft. Wyclef Jean está no jogo Just Dance 2017.

Aparência do Dancer

Modo Clássico

Hips Coach 1

The dancer is a red-haired woman with with purple shadows and red highlights. She also has circular, turquoise markings on her stomach and several bracelets. She wears a red fishnet long sleeve crop top, a gold and turquoise bra, blue leggings, and a gold and pink fringe skirt. She resembles Shakira from the song's music video.On the bra their is a Peru styled amulet with wooden carvings in it.

Sumo Version

The dancers are both men with black hair in buns. They wear white air-inflated fat suits, which come with mawashi belts. P1's belt is red and P2's belt is green.


A dançarina é uma Youtuber holandesa, Sophie Milzink. Ela tem um cabelo preto a fugir pro castanho e longo. Ela ainda veste um top crop cinzento com uns padrões pretos, e um hoodie, juntamente com uns shorts cinzentos e um par de sapatos vermelhos Converse.



The background is a red desert with large mountains. The sky and mountains receive glowing tiki patterns. There are end tables with fires on top, whose bases glow red and also receive the same patterns as the sky and mountains. The sky changes from sunset to nighttime. Two different backup dancers, one male and one female, are seen with outfits similar to Burn and P4 from Lean On and black skin. These dancers are each duplicated behind.

Sumo Version

The background takes place in an outdoor wrestling floor with a golden gong, a pagoda roof, fireworks, and jumping maneki-nekos. The background blackens and spotlights on each dancer who makes leading moves.


The coach dances in front of a brown-greyish wall, with the mountains and the torches from the original routine on her sides.

Gold Moves


There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine; which is all the same.
Both Gold Moves: Scoop out your arms.


There are 4 Gold Moves in the Sumo Version.
Gold Moves 1 and 2: move your arms up and down with your elbows bent 90°, while walking to the right.
Gold Move 3: slightly bend your elbows and lift your left leg up, bending the rest of the body in that direction.
Gold Move 4: make a counterclockwise circle with your arms, starting from your torso. P1 lifts his left leg up, while P2 lifts his right one up.


There are 5 Gold Moves in the Mashup. Gold Move 1: Point forward. (Stuck On A Feeling)
Gold Move 2 and 4: Put your arms over your head and shake your hips. (I Luh Ya Papi)
Gold Move 3: Put your right hand near your head then show your muscles tilted. (Walk This Way) (Old School)
Gold Move 5: Briefly shake out your arms. This is the final move of the mashup. (Stuck On A Feeling)


Hips Don't Lie has an unlockable Mashup with the theme Caliente.


[GM#] indicates a Gold Move. The # refers to the Gold Move's number.

Appearances in Mashups

Hips Don't Lie aparece nos seguintes mashups:


  • Hips Don’t Lie is the third song by Shakira in the series, after Beautiful Liar (which was covered) and Rabiosa. It is followed by La Bicicleta.
  • This song was confirmed by Ubisoft during E3, but information about it was later removed.
  • The female background dancer recycles the flower crown from P2 of Cheerleader.
  • This song was planned to be officially revealed at Gamescom, but it was prematurely revealed 2 weeks earlier, along with Cake By The Ocean and Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).
  • Two of the pictos shown on the preview were placed in wrong positions; this mistake was fixed for the BGS demo.
  • This is the second song to have a sumo alternate, after Turn Up the Love.
  • In the Mashup, I Luh Ya Papi has a slightly different color palette and more visible facial features, and a pictogram for that routine is placed more upwards on the slide.
  • The alternate dancers for this song were supposed to have a blue outline instead of a purple one, as seen in the beta square.
    • The dancers are also in a different pose.
  • In the preview gameplay of the VIPMADE routine, the song is titled as HIPS Don’t Lie.[2]
    • This also happens in the final gameplay.
  • This is the third song to have a VIPMADE after Oishii Oishii and Cake By The Ocean.
  • Stuck On A Feeling is the only male dancer to appear in the Mashup.
  • The VIPMADE for this song is exclusive for The Netherlands.
  • The VIPMADE routine consists of several videos combined together into one. This is the first VIPMADE routine to behave this way.





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