|This article is about the song by Blondie. You may be looking for the song by Carly Rae Jepsen with a similar name.|
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with green hair tied in a ponytail. She wears magenta hoop earrings, a light green choker, a light green one-shoulder top, dark green leggings with 2 magenta stripes on each side, along with pockets on the rear end, magenta stiletto heels, a single green bracelet, and a shiny magenta fanny pack/bum bag.
In her remake, her color scheme has turned mostly blue. Her hair is now in a shade of dark blue, and her shirt is now cyan with dark blue stripes. Her pants are also dark blue, and her bracelet is also dark blue. Her magenta attributes are now a light pink. She also looks more realistic.
The stage has a dark steel background with holographic phone cords all around it and stage lights on the floor. One cord is black, unlike the others.
In the remake, the background is pink and the cords are light blue and black; the stage lights are also positioned differently. At some points in the routine the background gets darker and it turns blue in the bridge, along with the cords turning dark blue. The stage lights on the floor now flash at different times, and the telephone cords now move around.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Shake both of your arms while slightly leaning forward.
- Call Me is the second song by Blondie in the series.
- There are two lines that are not in English; the first is "Amore chiamami" (Italian) and the second is "Appelle moi mon chéri" (French) (note the accent is missing on the "é"); they both mean "Call me my dear". Because of this, it is the first song in the series to feature three different languages.
- The game uses the radio edit of the song, which removes the original version’s third verse between the instrumental bridge and final chorus.
- The dancer is featured on the front of the NTSC boxart but with a different color scheme (she has a purple outfit instead of a green one).
- The avatar has a messy hairstyle that is different from the coach's hairstyle.
- It has also not been remade to match the remake.
- On the menu square on Just Dance 2, the coach’s dark green parts are black.
- The guitar on this pictogram (as in the Just Dance 2 version) does not appear in the preview.
- The coach has an avatar on Just Dance 2014, which can be obtained by reaching level 800 on the World Dance Floor.
- It also has an avatar on Just Dance 2015, where it can be unlocked at level 5 on the same feature.
- The avatar also appears on the Just Dance 2016 avatar bar (along with all avatars from the previous games and some from Just Dance 2016) when unlocking a new avatar, even though it can only be obtained by buying it with Mojo coins.
- The remake was meant to have a background closer to the original one and blue lipstick and make-up on the dancer’s face; the make-up was removed later on and the background was made purple.
- In the Just Dance Now pictogram sprite, there is a Beta pictogram that also appears on a screenshot of a Beta gameplay.
- In the second and third chorus, there are instances in which she stomps her left foot instead of jumping.