Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is a dance crew of two men and two women. Their outfits were based on the fashion in the 17th century. They have yellow outlines.
P1 is a male pirate with long black hair and a goatee. He has a magenta bandana tied on his head. He wears a cyan loose shirt with a peach colored open vest with yellow borders, supported by a magenta cloth belt tied on his waist with the rest of the cloth hanging loose on his left side. He also wears a pair of black slacks and a pair of black shoes. A magenta parrot with yellow beak and yellow and blue wing and tail feathers is seen resting on his left shoulder and has several black small bands on his left wrist.
P2 is a female aristocrat. She has purple hair styled up in a bustle, with a yellow ribbon on the right side. She wears a party eye mask with a large yellow feather on the left side. She also wears a yellow fancy swing dress with a large bow on her chest, a magenta fancy coat with yellow lines, loose sleeves and a long back skirt, cyan leggings and a pair of magenta and black heels.
P3 is a man dressed similar to male French generals. He wears a pink bicorne with a yellow line surrounding it and a blue and yellow badge pinned on it. He also wears a cyan suit with yellow tassel shoulder pads and yellow cuffs, with yellow lines and a magenta section of his suit. He wears a pair of black slacks and a pair of magenta sneakers with white soles, tied together with black laces.
P4 is a woman with an outfit similar to the one that Clémence Bringtown wears in the music video. She has black hair, which is tied by a yellow and pink plaid handkerchief with loose strands poking on her sides as well as a pair of yellow hoop earrings. She wears a top with open shoulders and a bare midriff, with yellow and pink plaid designs and magenta ruffles added to its design. She also wears a yellow and pink plaid skirt with an open slit on the left side to reveal a magenta frilled skirt. She wears a pair of purple strap heels with thick white soles on her feet.
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The background begins on a stage with curtains covering it. When the chorus starts, the curtains part showing a purple wall old-school windows that has neon colors. Fireworks blare throughout the song. Sometimes the fireworks are shaped like masks. Lights blare throughout the song.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Raise both of your hands quickly, the left hand halfway as high as the right hand, as if you were presenting something.
Le Bal Masqué is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2020
- Simple Dances
- The more the merrier
- Trios and Quartets
- Start the Parade!
Just Dance Now
- Passport In A Playlist
- All Songs K-R
- Le Bal Masqué is the second song in the series by Dr. Creole, but the first one to be a cover.
- Le Bal Masqué is the eighth French-language song in the series.
- P2 is the fourth known coach that is portrayed by a dancer of the opposite gender from the coach’s supposed gender, after Drop the Mambo, P2-C3 of The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody), P3 of Pac-Man, and P4 of There Is Nothing Better In The World (Ничего на свете лучше нету).
- The preview uses the original version instead of the cover.
- The coaches appear in the background of Skibidi.
- In one pictogram, P3 and P4s’ right arms slightly blend into each other.
- Some of the concept art for the coaches can be seen in the Behind-the-Scenes footage for Kill This Love, I Am the Best, and FANCY.
- In the preview gameplay, the pictogram bar uses its default color and the Gold Move effect is from Just Dance 2019.
- Playing Le Bal Masqué three times in Just Dance 2020 unlocks P2 of OMG’s sticker.
- In Just Dance 2020, P3’s avatar is the default avatar on 8th-gen consoles.
- The Autodance audio in the Video Gallery uses the original version instead of the cover.
- There's a glitch in P2's glove in which the fingers turn yellow.
- P2 also has a glitch where a black hole appears in her leggings.
Official Music Video and Audio
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