Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by a Dance Crew.
P1 is the band’s lead guitarist. He has a poofy afro, He wears a yellow coat, a yellow hat (which covers his hair), a hot pink fabric scarf, a black jumpsuit with red lines, and orange shoes.
P2 is the band’s vocalist. He has black messy hair. He wears a pink top, a black shirt, turquoise and red striped pants, and black shoes.
P3 is the band’s drummer. She has short blond hair. She wears a necklace and a black dress with yellow lacing, cyan highlights, and black boots.
P4 is the band’s bass guitar player. He has black shoulder-length hair. He wears a cyan sleeveless top, a golden belt, long cyan pants, and hot pink boots.
In the Just Dance Now remake, the coaches look more realistic and now have a lighter color scheme.
The routine takes place in a garage. A poster can be seen in the background saying "Air Band". Tools can be seen anywhere in the garage. In the Xbox 360 version of the game, the background is darker.
There are 2 Gold Moves for each coach in this routine:
Gold Move 1 (P2): While kneeling, fling your arms in the air three times.
Gold Move 2 (P2)/Gold Move 1 (P1, P3, and P4): Move your right hand slowly down at the screen.
Gold Move 2 (P3): While facing the left, shake your hands and move to the right, as if you were drumming.
Gold Move 2 (P4): With your left arm in front of you, move your right arm up and down, as you were playing a guitar.
Gold Move 2 (P1): While kneeling, put your left arm above you, and put your right arm near your chest and shake it frantically, as you were playing a guitar.
I Was Made For Lovin’ You appears in the following playlists:
Just Dance 3
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance Now
- I Was Made For Lovin’ You is the first song in the Just Dance series to have a Sweat routine.
- It is the only case in Just Dance 3.
- Although I Was Made For Lovin’ You was released in 1979, it is featured in the "Just 80’s" playlist in Just Dance 3.
- This is also the case with Video Killed the Radio Star.
- The last pictogram is a storm cloud: this means that, during its related part, the coaches perform random moves that are not counted.
- This marks the first time a random object is used as a replacement for a pictogram.
- One of the graffiti arts on the garage door is recycled from Jump with some minor changes.
- In the Just Dance Now files, a Beta pictogram that only portrays P2 can be seen.
- In the first versions of Just Dance Now, It’s You’s avatar was accidentally unlocked instead of the correct one. This was later fixed.
- P1’s avatar on Just Dance 2014 had a collar, but on Just Dance 2015, it was removed.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
- https://youtu.be/ge6RjFnMB2k?t=545s (better source needed)
- https://youtu.be/84G0cHKQ_6o?t=321s (better source needed)
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