Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with dark purple curly hair. She is wearing a mint green and yellow headband, a teal short sleeved shirt with a dark purple leotard, a yellow belt around the leotard, mint green sneakers, and dark purple and teal wristbands. Before the beginning of the chorus, she will quickly and briefly change color palettes.
The dancer now has a purple outline. She no longer goes through multiple colors at the start of the chorus. Her face is now less visible. She is also more realistic.
The background is in the layout of a gym. There are lockers, a barbell, and a neon caption saying "Body Movin’" glowing in light green color. Behind that sign is a man flexing his muscles and two tigers at his sides.
In the remake, the lockers act like music bars, and many elements are differently animated.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 4: Act as if you are spinning a record with both of your hands.
Gold Move 2: Point to the screen with both of your hands as if saying stop.
Gold Move 3 (Just Dance 2): Put both of your hands up.
Gold Move 3 (Remake): Put your left arm up and your right arm near your chin.
Body Movin’ (Fatboy Slim Remix) appears in the following Mashups:
Body Movin’ (Fatboy Slim Remix) appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to the dance moves:
- Body Punch
- Not At All
- Pump iron
- Body Movin’ (Fatboy Slim Remix) is the third song by Fatboy Slim in the series.
- The original version is a minute longer than the version used in-game.
- A clean version of the song is used, so the line "Ooh, goddamn!" is replaced by "Ooh, excuse me!".
- In the remake, the artists are credited as "The Beastie Boys".
- Also, "A1 sound" appears as "A one sound", and the last time the word "Body" is repeated, it gets highlighted and remains for some seconds instead of immediately fading away as the other repeats.
- On the menu icons of Just Dance 2 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits and in the coach selection screen of Just Dance: Greatest Hits, the coach is missing her glove.
- This has been fixed in the remake.
- The pictograms have golden arrows, although the coach's glove is in a lighter shade of yellow. This is not fixed in the remake.
- The coach looks very similar to a girl in the music video of Call On Me by Eric Prydz.
- The dancer reappears as P1 in Hungarian Dance No. 5. She also has a different color scheme.
- As with Call Me, there were going to be visible facial features in its remake. This was later changed.
- The dancer seems to be standing farther away from the screen on its Just Dance Now icon.
- The routine has been recorded in more than one take, as shown by a glitchy transition that happens during the final part of the final chorus.
- This only occurs on the Just Dance 2 and Greatest Hits versions of the routine, since the remake uses the second take that's used at the near end of those versions.
- In the remake, Gold Move 3 consists of a totally different move. This is the first time in which a part of the choreography is changed in its remake.
- Additionally, the dancer does some moves a bit differently in the remake than in its Just Dance 2 version, meaning that the remake used a different take than the original.
- In the Just Dance Now pictograms sprite, it can be seen that the renewed version of Gold Move 3 was not meant to be a Gold Move at first.
- In Body Movin’ (Fatboy Slim Remix)’s pictograms sprite, a pictogram with new props and a cropped outline can be seen.
- It is possible that in a similar way to Sympathy For The Devil and Professor Pumplestickle, the remade version was cropped so the coach can fit under the score trackers on the top of the screen. This is seen that part of her foot gets cut off when she does the heel stretch.
- In This Is How We Do’s Mashup, the remade coach has a slight blue tint to her color scheme and she has a bright cyan outline instead of a thin purple one, which both are not part of the remake.
- In the remake, at the end of the routine, the dancers’ legs appear to be glitched.