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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with ultramarine blue hair in a bob. She wears a magenta and dark blue 8-bit patterned shirt that is tied up to expose the midriff, sliver metallic leggings and dark blue and silver stiletto heels. She accessorizes with red triangular earrings. She has a blue outline. Her glove is reddish pink that later changes to canary yellow.
The routine switches between backgrounds. At some points, the dance takes place in the middle of four striped walls. At other points, the dance takes places in front of neon-colored bars of different heights. There are also boxes and cubes in the first background which are very similar to Girls Just Want to Have Fun.
There is 1 Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Quickly throw your arms down.
Feel This Moment appears in the following Mashups:
Feel This Moment appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Cross Cross
- Once More With Feeling
- Shake It Down
- Spring Wings
- Wake Me Up
- Waking up
- Feel This Moment is the second song by Pitbull in the series.
- It is his first song in Just Dance 2014.
- Feel This Moment is the third song by Christina Aguilera in the series.
- The song samples Take on Me.
- Feel This Moment was used in the Just Dance Now scene in The Emoji Movie.
- However, the song is currently not available in the game.
- When the coach puts her right hand on her hip, a part of her glove turns dark blue.
- In the menu assets, the coach’s glove is more green than yellow.
- The album background is a little bit more shifted up than the background in the menu square.
- Four pictograms are called "wiimote_f", "wiimote_falt", "wiimote_palt", and "wiimoteend_p", referencing the Nintendo Wii controller of the same name.
- The coach’s pants were reused from Crazy Little Thing.
- The coach appears in the background of Blurred Lines, but in a different color scheme.
- In the preview, the first four pictograms are light blue, even though the dancer’s color scheme does not change. This likely indicates that the coach was supposed to be colored differently during Christina Aguilera’s parts.
- In the Just Dance Now files, one pictogram in these Beta colors appears, along with a default-colored one.
Official Music Video
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