- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Dance Quests
- 5 Apperances in Playlists
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Gallery
- 8 Videos
- 9 References
- 10 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a woman in an Egyptian-like attire. She wears a black hooded crop-top with a golden crown on the top of the hoodie and a golden chain pattern on the top of the torso and on the sleeves. She also has a pair of golden earrings, a gold necklace, a one-piece golden dress with two cuts on the sides, which expose her legs, a golden bracelet on her left wrist, a blue glove, purple socks, and black boots with a golden chain. In the first part of the verses and in the instrumental part, her dress turns red and her glove turns neon green. Her outline is light blue and changes to fuchsia or golden yellow during the routine.
The background is a dark throne hall with ionic columns on the sides and a throne with a few stairs diamonds around its frame; on the sides of it, there are two diamond leopard statues, with a crown and many necklaces. The walls and the floor are covered with patterns that consist of rhombuses and zig-zag lines, which often light up.
In the verses, the color scheme is initially golden, and soon switches to red.
In the chorus, the hall returns dark, the columns move behind the throne and an overwhelming azure light wraps the walls and reaches the throne; the leopard statues turn black (except for their necklaces) and a white light runs from top to bottom when the coach lowers her hands while facing them. After a while, the columns flash to the beat until the instrumental starts.
During the instrumental, the room turns in shades of orange and the columns move back to the sides.
In the bridge, the room turns black, the columns disappear and get replaced by four narrow pillars, and the patterns turn gold and light it up, along with receiving some lights effects related to the coach's moves; the statues turn black as well, except for their necklaces, and many sparkles come out of the floor around them.
At the end, the room turns dark with shades of blue, and two azure lights on the sides, illuminating the two statues.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Throw your right hand to the left and lift your left leg.
Ain’t My Fault appears in the following Dance Quest map:
Apperances in Playlists
Ain’t My Fault is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
- Royality Cool
- Girl Power!
- Just Dance 2017
Just Dance Unlimited
- Hall Of Fame
- Far Far Away
Just Dance Now
- All About That Bass!
- Hall Of Fame
- All Songs A-E
- AVAST YE, DANCERS!
- Groove Together, Forever!
- Ain’t My Fault is the first song by Zara Larsson in the series.
- "Damn" is censored.
- "Right now" is misinterpreted as "Girl now".
- A part of the song’s outro is cut in the game, reducing the length by 15 seconds.
- The chorus uses a few modified moves from the official music video.
- On May 22, 2017, the justdancegame Facebook page posted a teaser in the form of a .gif showing part of the routine.
- In the files, there is a pictogram named "theme_hipsdontlie_sh.png", which is a reference to Hips Don’t Lie.
- On Just Dance Unlimited for some consoles , the Beta version of the routine is used. The following differences can be seen:
- There are no zooms during the chorus.
- There are flashing squares on the floor and no circles that flashed to the beat during the pre-choruses
- The coach keeps her alternate color scheme at the end of the routine.
- Additionally, information has been found that the Beta version of the routine was rendered on March 30, 2017. The final version of the routine, instead, was rendered on May 12, 2017.
- The coach appears in the trailer for Season 1: Once Upon A Dance, despite Ain’t My Fault not being a part of the season.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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