Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man. He starts off in a black suit and orange shirt underneath, with a blue tie and shoes. He appears to be a government official. He then transforms into a red, white and green superhero outfit, he also has sunglasses, and a necklace with a dollar sign, and stays like that for the rest of the song.
At the start, when the dancer is in a suit, he stands in an area based off of Times Square, made out of a reflective material like glass or plastic. The background is in a general dark blue color, with buildings with electric billboards.
When the dancer transforms into a superhero, the background changes into a scrolling star pattern of red, white, and green, corresponding with the colors on his costume.
In the rapping part, the background turns into a gradient of dark blue, with blue neon lights (buildings) turning on and off like an equalizer. A crowd is cheering in front of the buildings.
For the routine, the background toggles through each phase, corresponding to the part in the song.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Point your fingers to your chest.
Alfonso Signorini (Eroe Nazionale) appears in the following Mashups:
- Irish Meadow Dance
- It’s My Birthday (Suit Up!)
- Macarena (Gentlemen)
- You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) (Funny Guys)
Alfonso Singorini (Eroe Nazionale) appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Super Crazy Shake
- Super Loser
- Alfonso Signorini (Eroe Nazionale) is the second Italian-language song to be featured in the series.
- "I glutei", "f*ga" and "piscia" are censored.
- Alongside María, Alfonso Signorini (Eroe Nazionale) is the first of two non-English songs in the series where a word had to be censored.
- In the music video of the song, there is a screen playing Jailhouse Rock from Just Dance 4.
- Even though the Italian singer Elio (from the pop band Elio E Le Storie Tese) performs the intro and the chorus, he is not credited in any form in the game.
- This is because he is not credited on the official release of the song.
- Alfonso Signorini (Eroe Nazionale) is the second song in the series to have been named after a real person (in this case, Italian television host Alfonso Signorini).
- Alfonso Signorini (Eroe Nazionale) is the first PAL exclusive to have a male coach; it is followed by Papaoutai.
- Both the colors of the dancer’s superhero outfit and one of the backgrounds reference the Italian flag.
- In the line "Vai Alfonso!", "Vai" is absent.
- In addition, "è" (in the line "Il colore di quest’anno è il verde speranza") appears without its accent.
- The album coach does not have a white fade (unlike the other songs in Just Dance 2014).
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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