Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are two women (P1 and P4) and two men (P2 and P3). They resemble disco nightclub dancers in the 70s.
P1 has shoulder length purple hair that is in ringlet curls. She wears an orange romper with blue trimming around the legs and a lighter blue collar. She has a purple belt decorated with aqua blue circles and flowers around the waist. She also wears a pair of blue knee-high boots. Her glove is purple.
P2 has a short curly hairstyle, similar to an afro. He wears an aqua blue bell-bottomed jumpsuit. The jumpsuit has red and purple deocrative trim around the collar and pant legs that is shaped like flames. He has a pair of blue shoes with his outfit. His glove is red.
P3 had hair almost idential to P2, but slightly shorter. In Just Dance 3, he also has a purple moustache, but it is not visible in the remake. He wears a purple disco shirt with a large purple and orange collar. It has a fuschia trim and belt. He also wears a pair of matching purple pants and light orange boots that are shin-height. His glove is fuschia.
P4 has a large purple afro. On the torso, she wears a red and aqua wrap-around brassiere top. She also wears matching red bell-bottom pants that stop at the knee. She has turquiose sandals and a golden yellow glove.
In the remake, the coaches have a thin blue outline, and their faces are less visible.
The area in which the routine takes place in is mostly orange and red. It has some orange-and-red clouds with a big orange sun and some red stars, in front of an orange wall.
There are 4 Gold Moves for each player on the Wii, Playstation 3, and the remake, and 10 Gold Moves for each player on the Xbox 360 in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 in Xbox 360): Blow a kiss by placing your hands on your mouth and moving your arms outward.
Gold Move 3 (9 In Xbox 360): Lower your arms.
Gold Move 4 (10 in Xbox 360): Pose accordingly.
- Boogie Wonderland is the first song by Earth, Wind & Fire in the series.
- This is the only one that was covered by Groove Century.
- Boogie Wonderland holds the record for the most Gold Moves in one routine in the main series, with a total of 10 Gold Moves in the Xbox 360 version.
- Boogie Wonderland is the first Dance Crew routine to end with a Gold Move.
- The cover is shorter than the original by 1 minute and 20 seconds. It also has a faster tempo.
- The background is a reference to the 70s show Soul Train.
- Boogie Wonderland’s Just Dance Now files show the first Gold Moves were not originally supposed to be Gold Moves.
- On the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, all of the "kiss" Gold Moves are scored for all players simultaneously even though they are only performed by one coach at a time, resulting in a total of 10 Gold Moves instead of 4. This was corrected in Just Dance Unlimited on camera consoles.
- Boogie Wonderland’s square and half coaches for the remake show all the coaches with no gloves, even though the gloves appear in the actual routine.
- There are some missing pictograms in the routine.
- The Just Dance 2014 version of P3’s avatar originally had a purple collar.
- Also P3’s avatar has purple glasses which the coach did not wear in the original routine or the remake. It also does not have the coach’s moustache.
- On the album coach for Boogie Wonderland in Just Dance 2017 and Just Dance 2018, part of P1's right sleeve and P4's left elbow are cropped out.
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