Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a male athlete in football attire. He wears a white and red helmet with headphones, a white shirt with a red '8' on it, cyan long sleeves, cyan shorts, cyan socks, and white and red checkerboard-patterned shoes. He has blue hair and eyes, which can be clearly seen through his helmet.
The remake could possibly be based on how the dancer looks in Y.M.C.A.. It features him with a red-and-orange helmet with headphones of the same colors, an orange shirt with a red number '8', and dark green-and-red sleeves and pants. His socks are in a shade of olive, dark green, red and orange, and his shoes now have a red and yellow checkerboard pattern.
It appears as a red room with red zoom lines forming a circle, like a football stadium. It also appears to have a moving wall made up of small light red dots.
Just Dance 3/Just Dance: Greatest Hits (Xbox 360)
In the Xbox 360 versions of Just Dance 3/Just Dance: Greatest Hits, the zoom lines light up, and there are other lines on the floor,which makes it look like a football field, flames, and reflections of the dancer on the wall.
In the remake found in the files of Just Dance Now, there are lights on the floor which light up.
From Just Dance 3 onward, there are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Put your right arm in front of your face while kneeling.
Gold Move 3: Similarly Gold Move 1 and 2, but without kneeling and putting your right arm on your forehand. The right arm should be around the chest.
Gold Move 4: Open your arms up.
Dare appears in the following Mashups:
- Could You Be Loved
- It’s You
- Love Boat
- Prince Ali
- Scream & Shout (American Dream)
- She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)
- The Final Countdown
- Eight Ball
- Football Boogie
- Football Boy
- Locker Room
- Silent Fall
- Dare and Girls And Boys count as Damon Albarn’s first two appearances in the series, as he used to be the lead singer of Blur before founding Gorillaz.
- Dare is the first song by a virtual artist in the entire Just Dance franchise.
- In Just Dance, the song title is spelled in all caps; in all the following games, instead, it is not.
- In Just Dance and in the remake, the lyrics say "Work it out", but in Just Dance 3/Just Dance: Greatest Hits they say "If work it out".
- The helmet worn by the dancer is the same one worn in the music video.
- On the Just Dance menu icon, the coach’s blue elements are lighter.
- In Just Dance 3, the coach disappears with a fading effect while doing the moonwalk, unlike Heart of Glass.
- In Just Dance 3/Just Dance: Greatest Hits, the pictogram for Viva Las Vegas’ Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3 is reused as the Xbox version of Gold Move 3 with slight edits.
- A Beta pictogram for the Just Dance 3 version is used in The Final Countdown and #thatPOWERs’ Mashups.
- Dare is the first remade routine in the series to feature three different styles of pictograms:
- Just Dance 3 pictograms (from the Just Dance 3 version)
- Just Dance 2014 pictograms (from the coach’s appearances in Mashups and Party Masters in that game)
- Just Dance 2015/Just Dance 2016 pictograms (newly added for the remake).
- Dare is featured in Just Dance 2014 as P4 in Y.M.C.A. with an HD remake. His shirt is now yellow.
- In Dare’s .json file from the Just Dance Now archives, it can be noticed that the name for Gold Moves 1, 2, and 3 in the remake is "sad_gold". However, Gold Move 3 is a slightly different move.
- This means that the same pictogram is used for the three Gold Moves, and Gold Move 3 must be performed in the same way as the two previous ones.
- This also happens in the Wii versions of Just Dance 3 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits.
- In Scream & Shout’s Mashup, there are two pictograms made for the dancer’s walking in the beginning of the routine.
- A sticker of the coach can be unlocked in Just Dance 2020 by dancing to Skibidi three times.
Official Music Video
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