Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man who resembles a nerd. He has blue-white frizzy hair, wears a green shirt, an orange bow tie, orange knee-length pants with white suspenders, and blue shoes with orange socks.
In the remake, he has a light blue outline and a lighter color palette. At the beginning of the routine, he gets his colors with an animation made of filling rectangles. His hair is less detailed, whereas it is the opposite with the other parts.
The background is a bottle green library. There are some dark green bookshelves at the sides of the background, and some white and green paper sheets are seen flying around.
In the remake, the background is in shades of aqua green and only shows five stylized bookshelves (two on the left and three on the right), which bounce and jump according to the coach’s moves. Sometimes, sheets of paper in shades of white and green levitate from the bookshelves.
During the bridge, the bookshelves slide to the right and get replaced by other identical ones.
At the end, while the coach runs away from the screen, the scenery trembles as if there was an earthquake, and it then fades to black.
The remade version of this routine has 8 Gold Moves. Gold Moves 3 and 4, along with Gold Moves 6, 7, and 8, happen consecutively:
Gold Moves 1, 2, 5, and 8: Put your right arm up and your left one on your hip in a disco pose.
Gold Move 3: Move your arms to the left in a semicircle.
Gold Move 4: Same as Gold Move 3, but this time in the opposite direction.
Gold Move 6: Move your right arm in a circle.
Gold Move 7: Move your right arm to the left.
Jerk It Out is featured in the following Mashups:
- Nerd Kisses
- Nerdy Braces
- Nerdy Run
- Sporty Nerd
- Super Nerd
- There is a lyric error: a line says "Can’t you hear you talk to loud?" instead of "Can’t you hear you talk too loud?".
- This has not been fixed in the remake.
- In the remake, the word "to" from "You’ve got to jerk it out" is not displayed the first time it is sung.
- This routine and Groove Is in the Heart are the only remaining routines from the first Just Dance game to have a difficulty of 3, because every other song with a difficulty of 3 was reduced to 2 in Just Dance 3 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, while these two songs are only in Just Dance.
- The beta version of the dancer had a slightly lighter color scheme and he looked more like a cartoon character.
- Also in the beta version, the background was slightly darker.
- This is one of the only two routines that has both a difficulty and an effort of 3 in Just Dance. The other song is Acceptable in the 80s.
Official Music Video
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