- 1 Appearance of the Dancers
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by a male-male-female-female dance crew. They wear 1990’s style clothing that resembles Bruno and Cardi’s outfits from the music video, and they have a purple glowing outline.
P1 is a man. He is wearing a magenta cap, circular sunglasses, a navy blue long sleeve shirt, a yellow-and-blue-striped jacket with magenta accents, light blue pants, a gold strap chain and red and black shoes.
P2 is a man. He wears a blue hat with yellow and pink accents, circular sunglasses, a light blue vest that covers a yellow tank top with navy blue, yellow and purple patterns, two black bracelets blue pants, black socks and pink shoes.
P3 is a woman. She has black braided hair with magenta and light blue ribbons, circular sunglasses, triangular earrings, a multicolored jacket, a navy blue bra, a purple watch in her left wrist, purple shorts with red letters in a black design, black knee length socks, and yellow shoes with light blue accents. The jacket contains yellow, orange, red, and light blue colors.
P4 is a woman. She has black hair in a braid that lays on her left cheek, circular sunglasses with a gold frame, golden hoop earrings, a pink and yellow bra with red straps, navy blue fishnet sleeves, golden bracelets on her left hand, blue jeans, a red handkerchief in her left pocket, black ankle socks and purple shoes.
The coach is a woman. She has a brown hair tied into braids, black rounded-glasses with a yellow outline, a blue-jeans jacket with yellow and red outlines at the edges, a yellow bracelet on her left hand, a plaid sleeveless pink half-shirt and shorts, long orange socks with black knee-protectors above and black shoes. She has two solid outlines: a thick, white one and a thin, black one underneath.
The background changes a lot during the routine, but still keeps an urban 90’s theme throughout. Spotlights will also light up to the beat throughout the routine.
Before the routine starts, you will see a neon pink room with a small purple fading on the wall. As the song starts, windows will light up separately to the beat of the song, while a pink light inside each of the windows will light up after. During Cardi's verse, one section of the building will be highlighted during the solo part of each dancer, meanwhile blue highlights will swoop in towards it. The highlighted yellow squares transition from inside-out after all of the solo segments.
During the verses, the routine takes place in a building rooftop with a skyline in the back that changes between two different colors: one in purple, and another in orange. The buildings will usually flip vertically or horizontally depending on the dancers' movements. In the pre-chorus, it changes into a warehouse setting, mainly colored purple. In the back, there are staircases with different silhouettes of people dancing on them. Behind that is a city skyline that transitions from orange to blue.
In the chorus, there are various different lines and shapes with the large ones being a circle and a triangle, while palm trees can be found on the right side. There are also two metal fences on each side.
During the bridge, psychedelic panels for each dancer appear. Whenever any of them move, industrial apartment building stairs can be seen behind an orange backdrop. It then changes into a lightning patterned wall. The same transitioning from Cardi’s verse in the beginning happens here, except whenever each section is highlighted, it is patterned in a square design that spins.
The final background is now the same as the first one, but with various sized crates and a platform.
The background of the Extreme Version uses the same background as the Classic version. However, this background is divided into squares and changes colors by patterns, like lines and cubes. The background mostly flashes colors like dark green, purple, red, black, dark blue, and orange.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Throw your arms down.
Gold Move 2:
- P1: Leaning back, place your right hand under your chin and your left arm across your chest.
- P2: Angled right with your legs spread, place your left arm across your chest and grab your left shoulder with your right hand.
- P3: Place your left hand on your right hip and your right hand on the side of your face while looking left.
- P4: With your legs spread and your left knee popped out, place your left hand on your leg and your right hand on your hip with your elbow out.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Extreme routine:
Gold Move 1: Move your right hand and slide your right leg to the left.
Gold Move 2: Put your right arm up and your left arm down, and move them in the opposite way.
Gold Move 3: Put your arms out while bending your knees.
Gold Move 4: Bend you knees and put your right hand on your chin with your left arm supporting it.
Appearances in Playlists
Finesse (Remix) is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
- Must Dance 2019
- Trios and Quartets
- Street Cred
- The 2010s Were Banging
- Just Dance 2019 Hits
- 15-Minute Workout
Just Dance Now
- All Songs F-J
Just Dance Now
- All Songs F-J
- Finesse (Remix) is the fourth song by Bruno Mars in the series.
- Finesse (Remix) is the twelfth remix to be used in the series.
- "Ass" and "s**t" are censored.
- The delayed ending of the song is cut.
- Finesse (Remix) was referenced by Ubisoft in the ESRB label of Just Dance 2019, in which the following lyric was cited: "Cause I love the way it feels/When we grind"
- The orchestral instrumental version of Finesse (Remix) was used as one of the songs in Ubisoft’s E3 2018 press conference.
- There is a pictogram that is colored wrong (two pictograms after Gold Move 1) where P2 and P3’s colors are switched.
- The background takes inspiration from the music video.
- P4’s shoes glitch when the coaches move their arms.
- As seen in a promotional image, P4’s color scheme was slightly different: her top was aquamarine green instead of cobalt blue, and her jeans and her glove were darker.
- In the menu assets, the Classic coaches’ outlines are darker and thicker.
- On December 5, 2018, Just Dance’s official Instagram account uploaded a picture with a birthday cake, two Joy-Cons and a Nintendo Switch showing a promotional image of the Classic routine to celebrate Bruno Mars’ birthday.
- The background for the classic routine was used in the "All About That Bass!" notification in Just Dance Now.
- The Extreme Version is the only routine in Just Dance 2019 to have more than three Gold Moves.
- As was the case with Je sais pas danser, No Lie, Hala Bel Khamis, Obsesión, Bang Bang Bang (Extreme and VIP), Monsters of Jazz, A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) (Twenties Version), Irish Meadow Dance, Mad Love (Extreme), Work Work (Extreme), Shinobi Cat, Havana (Tango Version), Miłość w Zakopanem and Tales of the Desert, the preview only has four players.
Official Music Video
Behind the Scenes
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