Episode 2 is the second episode in Dance Lab.
Appearance of the Dancers
The dancer wears a flesh-colored bodysuit with black knee and elbow protectors and brown shoes. He bears a blue motorcycle helmet, orange aviator sunglasses, and a brown belt. He wears a dark pink glove.
The dancer wears an orange bodysuit, yellow shoes and yellow elbow and knee protectors. He wears a red turban and a cyan glove.
The dancer wears a black bodysuit (Where unlike other dancers, his whole body is covered besides his eyes.) and gold elbow and knee protectors. He also has a red bandana and a cyan glove.
The dancer has a navy blue bodysuit with a light orange helmet, arm and knee protectors, and red shoes. He has a white "7" on his torso and a dark pink glove.
The dancer wears a red bodysuit with flesh colored elbow and knee protectors and blue shoes. He also sports a light brown Papacha and a cyan glove.
- The background is supposed to resemble a road with motorcycles and the face of a typical biker.
- The dance moves are supposed to resemble riding a motorcycle.
- The background contains hot pink and cyan stripes and many faces of various stereotypical Indian looks and a guitar.
- The dance moves use various traditional Indian dance moves.
- The background has stripes of different shades of purple, several shurikens and ninja swords.
- The movements of the dancer are based on the actions of a ninja (for example, throwing shurikens).
- The background resembles a soccer field. Several soccer balls and stars appear behind the dancer.
- The movements represent the celebration after scoring a goal.
- The background has purple and yellow stripes in vertical form, and there are matrioshkas moving at the sides.
- The movements are based on the Russian dance of the same name.
- The song used in the Bollywood routine is "Kick it Bollywood" by Amar Mohile.
- The song used in the Ninja routine is "Macho Private Eye" by Paul Keogh.
- The song used in the Football Celebration routine is "World Cup Carnival" by Dominic Richard Ashworth and Derek Nash.
- The song used in the Kazachok routine is "Russian Celebration" by Steve Everitt.
- The Bike Rider routine is the second routine to simulate riding a motorcycle, after Born To Be Wild.
- The Kazachok dancer’s hat is recycled from the Russian Just Dance Machine routine.
- The Ninja routine has an unused albumcoach, as seen in The Art of Just Dance (10th Anniversary Edition).