Scream&shout hd gameplay
Scream & Shout
Game(s) Just Dance 2017
Artist ft. Britney Spears
From the
Year 2012
Released Date(s)
No. of Gold Moves 4 (Classic)
1 (Extreme)
2 (Mashup)
No. of Shake Moves
Dancer Gender(s) Format:Male//Format:Male/
Format:Male (Extreme Version)
Mashup American Dream
Alternate Routines Extreme Version
Dance Mode Dance Crew (Classic)
Solo (Extreme Version)
Menu Color
Pictogram Color Red/Purple/Red/Purple (Classic)
Yellow (Extreme Version)
Glove Color Red/Purple/Red/Purple (Classic)
Red (Extreme Version)
Lyrics Color Yellow (Classic)
Red (Extreme Version)
Pictogram Count 138 (Classic)
289 (Extreme Version)
143 (Mashup)
Total Calories
Burnable (kCal)
Code Name ScreamNShout
Preview Audio
Choreographed By Cain Kitsais
Céline Kitsais[1]
Performed By Classic
Kyf Ekamé Tsaka (P1)
Céline Baron (P2)
Julien Durand (P3)
Juliana Herrera (P4) [2]
Lionel Leyre

"Scream & Shout" by ft. Britney Spears is featured on Just Dance 2017.

Appearance of the Dancer


The routine is a dance crew of two men and two women. They are surrounded by a gold outline.


P1 wears a black cap, beard, sunglasses, a black sleeveless jacket, an ochre shirt with a black bow tie and a long black vest, a bracelet on his left wrist, black ripped jeans and a pair of black and golden oxford shoes.


P2 wears a golden fedora, sunglasses, a black and golden cape (Jacket), a black crop top, black and gold leather pants with a long skirt behind, and black and gold studded lace up block-heeled boots.


P3 wears a golden folded hat, circular sunglasses with yellow rims, a black leather vest (with a cape). He's also wearing golden necklaces, a charcoal-black button down shirt, a pair of shiny golden pants and black combat boots.


P4 has black hair in a long braid, a yellow crop top with black suspenders, a transparent black long sleeve shirt, black high waist shorts with golden garters connected to black knee high socks, black pantyhose, and golden and black heels.

The gold attributes of their outfits turn silver during specific parts of the song.

Extreme Version

ScreamNShoutALT Coach 1

The dancer is a man with gold skin and a brown beard. He wears welder goggles,a black backwards cap, a sleeveless black hoodie with gold stripes, loose black and gold track shorts, a gold necklace, black boots with red spots, and a tall black sock on his left leg. He has a golden highlight around him.


Classic Version

A blue electric circle with small yellow lights is first seen, which multiples until there are 128 of them. The background zooms into one of them, revealing a dark blue, with neon blue circular lights panning sideways, having copies of itself. Each time a blue circle transitions, a gold spark flashes. The blue circle becomes a large outline for a created golden circle. This created circle splits in half, recreates itself, shorts out, and floats upward. Towards the end of the song, the background becomes pitch black while the coaches are displayed in a faded tint of purple. After that, during the last verse where each coach has solo moves, a golden circle spotlights each coach as they dance, starting with P4 and ending with P1.

Extreme Version

The background consists of many corrupted geometric shapes that roughly syncs with the dancer's moves. These shapes change color at different points of the routine. Every step the dancer takes, he leaves a golden residue at the area he stepped on, and will fade away after four seconds. He also sprinkles gold dust at some points. A gold pixelization is used during's first solo verse. At his second solo verse, a copied black and gold silhouette of the dancer appears in the background.

Gold Moves

Classic Version

There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3 occur every time says "Bring the action":

  • P1: Put your right hand to your shoulder and cross your right leg in front of your left.
  • P2: Raise your right arm up and hold your golden fedora.
  • P3: Place your left arm to your left, and your right arm to your right.
  • P4: Raise your right arm up to raise your imaginary long ponytail up.

Gold Move 4: Slowly lower your arms. This is the final move of the routine.

Extreme Version

The Extreme Version has only one Gold Move:

Gold Move: Put your hands on your mouth as if you were yelling and kick your right leg to the back.


The Mashup has 2 Gold Moves.
Gold Move 1: Put your right arm in front of your face while kneeling. (Dare)
Gold Move 2: Blow a kiss with your right hand. (Can’t Take My Eyes Off You) (Alternate)


Scream & Shout has a Mashup available on Just Dance 2017. This mashup features dancers/coaches that wear costumes with an American theme, predominately red, white, and/or blue colors.



  • The official UK Radio Edit version of the song (which replaces you gotta turn the sh*t up with you gotta turn turn it up) is used in-game. B***h is replaced by a clap.
  • This is the third song by in the series, after #thatPOWER and It’s My Birthday. This is also his sixth entry, after Pump It, Mas Que Nada and I Gotta Feeling, if his work as a member of The Black Eyed Peas is counted. Counting the removed Let’s Get It Started, this would be his seventh.
  • This is the sixth song by Britney Spears in the series, after Womanizer, Toxic, Baby One More Time, Oops!...I Did It Again, (despite all four of these songs being covered) and Circus. This is also the first time in the series where Spears appears as a featured artist.
  • P3 wears the same shaped glasses as the dancer from I Love It. The only difference is the colors.
  • The song was confirmed by Ubisoft during E3, but information about it was removed later.
  • The background, choreography and costumes are inspired by the music video.
  • This is one of the several multiplayer routines where the pictogram color is the same as their glove colors. This is due to the outfits' matching colors.
  • P1 and P2 appear in the Just Dance Unlimited icon in the main menu. The black parts of their outfits have a deep purple gradient.
  • All coaches appear on the Gold Edition cover of Just Dance 2017.
  • A Brazilian flier containing information for the World Cup was leaked and said that the song would have an alternate routine. This was later proven to be true.
  • The Extreme Version coach is the first dancer in the series to have golden skin. It is also the only routine in Just Dance 2017 to have pictograms in Just Dance 2016 style, and the routine with the highest pictogram count in the entire series (289).
  • The Extreme Version is believed to be the most complex and difficult routine in the entire series.
  • In the Mashup, DARE has new pictograms created exclusively for the Mashup.
  • The sunglasses that the coach in the Extreme version wears is almost identical to the ones worn by the coach in Extreme Version of Animals from Just Dance 2016.
    • This is made obvious by their avatars.
  • Although the coach in the Extreme Version of this song has gold-colored skin, his avatar's skin points to a more brighter shade of yellow.
  • Some of the scoring files in the Classic Version are named after Céline Baron, Julien Durand and Juliana Herrera, three of the routine's performers.
    • There are also two of these files inappropriately named; one is named screamnshout_fap, and the other is named screamnshout_goatse.
  • This is the longest song in Just Dance 2017, with a time of 4:17.
  • The Alternate version of Scream & Shout makes both and Britney Spears the only artists to have more than one Extreme routine, after #thatPOWER and Circus having an Extreme routine.
  • The Mashup for this song is the only Mashup on eighth generation platforms not to require an Internet connection.
  • The Wii version of the Mashup leads immediately to the score screen once the song is finished; on the other consoles, there is a small pause where American Girl makes her final pose before showing the score.
  • The alternate version of Scream & Shout is one of the songs selected for the digital qualifications of Just Dance 2016 World Cup.[3]




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