- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Mashups
- 5 Captions
- 6 Dance Quest
- 7 Appearances in Playlists
- 8 Trivia
- 9 Gallery
- 10 Videos
- 11 References
- 12 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man. He is wearing a red and white checkered shirt with orange suspenders and glasses. He is also wearing a pink and dark purple hat, pink pants, yellow and white striped socks, and purple and white shoes. He begins by materializing from glass and ends by shattering into glass shards.
Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of
In Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, when the song ends, the dancer turns to a white blur.
In the remake, the coach’s outfit is darker, his sunglasses' lenses are now fully black, and he also looks more realistic. His mouth is also slightly more visible. At the end, he turns into a pink blur before shattering into glass shards.
Just Dance 2
The background is a collage of different colored crystals. Around are some silhouetted stage lights, the ones above lighting up. The floor reflects off the background and dancer.
Just Dance: Greatest Hits (Wii)/Just Dance: Best Of
Starting with Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, there are more light effects.
In the remake, there are smaller searchlights on the floor.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Make a small circle in the air slowly with both of your arms.
Gold Move 2: Lower both of your arms in a semi-circle while pointing downwards.
Gold Move 3: Put your hands on your chest.
Hey Ya appears in the following Mashups:
Hey Ya appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Swing And Pull
- Swing It Back
Hey Ya appears in the following Dance Quest map:
Hey Ya is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance Now
Just Dance Unlimited
- Hey Ya is the first song by Outkast in the franchise. It is followed by B.O.B, which is featured on The Hip Hop Dance Experience.
- The Radio Mix/Club Mix version of the song is used, in which "c*m-ma" is censored.
- In the line "Just want to make you ...", "want" is misspelled as "wan’t".
- The line "And this I know for sure" is misinterpreted as "And this I know for show".
- In the remake, it appears as "And this I know for sho’".
- One of the pictograms in the routine has incorrect shading; more of the shading is placed on the right than the left, resulting in part of the outline being thicker and making the pictogram seem as if it had a silhouette behind it.
- Besides, its head is slightly distorted at the bottom.
- Some movement files in Hey Ya’s data reference OutKast, Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It), and Will Smith.
- In the Gold Move pictograms, the body outline is semitransparent.
- The Just Dance 2 menu icon is mostly zoomed in on his face; in Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of and in the remake, instead, his whole torso is visible.
- In the Just Dance 2 menu icon, the coach’s glove is on his left hand. This issue has been fixed in Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of and in the remake.
- In the Mashups for Pump It and Take On Me, there are two pictograms that do not appear in the actual routine.
- The coach has a completely altered color scheme on the Just Dance: Greatest Hits cover. This also happens with TiK ToK and Firework.
- The coach makes a cameo in Just Dance’s background.
- In the old Just Dance Now servers, there is an early pictogram sprite that contains a placeholder and some original pictograms with some poorly made edits.
Official Music Video
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