- For the Kids Mode routine, see Footloose/Kids Mode.
Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are comprised of four original dancers and seven dancers from previous songs.
C1 is a boy with short brown hair. He wears a Bordeaux and black sleeveless checkered jacket with a pink sleeveless shirt, short grey jeans and blue sneakers.
C2 is a girl with brown hair in a braid. She wears a light yellow T-shirt with a star on it, a red circlet, grey shorts, pink leggings and blue boots.
C3 is the librarian from Shout.
C4 has brown hair and wears a white T-shirt with a picture of bacon on it, jeans and red sneakers. He appears to be the same person as C1.
C5 is a girl with brown hair styled in a braid. She wears a red headband, an orange baggy T-shirt with a white T-shirt underneath, ripped up jeans with a blue belt, pink socks and black shoes. She appears to be the same person as C2.
C6 is the coach from Power Ups.
C7 is the hippo from I Like to Move It.
C8 is P2 from The Hustle. She is no longer wearing a circlet and is now wearing a purple bodysuit and white boots.
C9 is the raccoon from We Go Well Together.
C10 is P1 from The Hustle. His suit is now orange with white sleeves and he wears yellow boots.
C11 is P1 from Do You Love Me.
The background appears to be a field. The dancers dance on a dirt pathway with tractor tracks on it. There is green and brown grass by the sides of the path. There is a water tower in the back and the sky looks like a regular daytime sky with lots of clouds.
There is 1 Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Put your right hand up into the air.
- The lyric "Now take a hold of your soul" has been changed to "Now take a hold of it all" in the cover.
- Although the transforming dancers make it seem like a Mashup, the choreography is unique all throughout the song; there are just different dancers doing the same choreography.
- This is still the only time when dancers transform into other in-game dancers (akin to Mashups) on a game that is not part of the main series.
- It is also the first song in the whole series in which a character that was not originally playable becomes playable in this routine (in this case, the librarian from Shout, the hippo from I Like to Move It and the raccoon from We Go Well Together).
- It is also the first routine in the whole series in which one of the returning coaches is dressed in a different way (in this case, P2 from Walking on Sunshine).
- Footloose is the routine with the most dancer changes in the whole series.
- With both the difficulty and effort being 3, Footloose is one of the hardest routines on Just Dance Kids 2014, alongside with Hit The Lights.
- One of the dancers wears a bacon shirt: this is most likely a non-intentional reference to Kevin Bacon, the main actor of the homonymous musical.
- Both players from The Hustle have a different color scheme.
- Some moves are used in the routine on Just Dance 2018.
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=416 (Archive)
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=7m23s (Archive)
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=8m38s (Archive)
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=8m53s (Archive)
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=8m17s (Archive)
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=7m53s (Archive)
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=7m43s (Archive)
- https://youtu.be/eB6lAi_pveM?t=7m16s (Archive)
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