Appearance of the Dancer
The coach has a red and white plaid bonnet covering her two black braids and wears a red blouse under a white shirt. She also wears a red skirt, long white socks, and black flats.
The background appears to be a garden with colored flowers and animal-shaped plants. The plants resemble a giraffe and an elephant.
The first background dancer wears a white t-shirt, a purple vest, purple and white plaid shorts, and purple shoes. He has a purple hat on his head resembling a sheet that is covering his black hair.
The second background dancer wears an outfit like the first dancer's, but his clothes are orange instead of purple. He has a hat on his head that resembles a carrot top.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same.
All Gold Moves: Turn to the right and move your arms up and down like a crocodile mouth.
- Crocodile Rock is the second song by Nelly Furtado in the franchise, after Promiscuous in Just Dance 3. It is later followed by Maneater in Just Dance 4.
- It is also her first song that has been covered.
- Crocodile Rock is the second song by Elton John in the franchise, after We Were Born to Boogie in the PS3 version of Dance on Broadway. It is followed by I’m Still Standing in Just Dance 2019.
- The dancers mess up a move. When the pictogram says to shake your hand downwards, the dancers just punch the air upward, then they punch the air downward.
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