The dancers are based off of Anna and Elsa from the movie Frozen.
P1 (Anna) has strawberry blonde hair in braids and wears a maroon velvet cape, a black and blue dress with a light blue long sleeve shirt, and black lace up boots.
P2 (Elsa) has platinum blonde hair in a fishtail braid and wears a light blue dress with mesh sleeves and a mesh cape, and light blue kitten heels. She is also the solo dancer of the Sing Along routine.
P2/Sing Along (Old)
P2/Sing Along (Updated)
The official logo for Frozen first appears. During the verses, the dancers are in a snowy forest. During the choruses, the background is blue with light blue snow swirls and snowflakes across the screen. The dancer's reflections can be seen at the bottom. During the bridge, Elsa builds an ice castle. The background is based off of assets from the movie.
The floor contains a large light blue snowflake, which highlights and sparkles. Multiple snowflakes appear and disappear in the air. After the second hook, Elsa builds her ice castle from the classic routine. At the third hook, the background switches back to the snowflake floor.
There are 4 Gold Moves for each coach in the Classic routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 3:
P1: Cross your arms.
P2: Put your right hand on your face, as if in a thinking pose.
Gold Moves 2 and 4: Bring your arms down forcefully.
Gold Moves 1 and 3
Gold Moves 1 and 3 in-game
Gold Moves 2 and 4
Gold Moves 2 and 4 in-game
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Sing Along routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Throw both arms forward while stepping to the right.
In 舞力全开 2015, a Mandarin version of the song is used. The title is written as "随它吧".
It is currently the only Western song to have its audio altered for a foreign game
Let It Go was leaked on both the PAL and NTSC box covers.
However, only the NTSC cover mentioned the song specifically. The PAL cover only mentioned the artist.
Let It Go was also revealed briefly in a private YouTube video.
"The past is in our past", instead of the correct "The past is in the past", is seen in the lyrics.
The song’s pictogram bar beats at 69 BPM, even though the song’s actual BPM is 137.
In Just Dance Unlimited and Now, the song title for the Classic routine is "Let It Go" (with quotations). However, this is not the case with the Sing-Along version of the routine, which is titled as Let It Go - ALTERNATE/Sing-Along, without any quotation marks.
The quotation marks were later removed in Just Dance Unlimited for the Classic routine in April 2016.
This was not the case with Just Dance Now, where the Classic routine was placed in the A-E section due to it having quotation marks on its title, while the Sing-Along routine is listed under the K-R section.
The title was fixed on Just Dance Now on May 8, 2019, but the Classic routine was still misplaced.
The song was properly placed in the K-R section on June 1st, 2019.
Let It Go is the second routine in which the movie title is shown before the routine starts, after Prince Ali.
Let It Go is the only Female/Female Duet routine in Just Dance 2015 (recycled DLCs not withstanding).
Similar to other routines with coaches who have copyrighted design, such as Prince Ali and Ghostbusters, Let It Go does not come with an avatar that is based off one of the dancers in its debut. Instead, it comes with a snowflake avatar.
In Just Dance 2018 via Kids Mode, P1 has her own avatar, which only represents her cape, and the snowflake avatar is used for P2.
By looking closely at the Gold Move pictograms, it can be noticed that P2’s body is surrounded by several dark pixels.
The Just Dance 2015 album background is different from the background in the menu icon, as it is lighter and the snowflake is more zoomed in.
In the Wii version of Just Dance 2015, the opening scene is darker.
In the 舞力全开2015 version, the Chinese line for "Couldn’t keep it in/Heaven knows I tried" gets immediately highlighted, although it is sung slowly.
In the Just Dance Now menu, Let It Go was accidentally placed before Kaboom Pow for a short period of time.
Let It Go is labeled as "Top Track" in the Just Dance Unlimited section of the official Just Dance 2017 website; however, its representative picture shows the Sing-Along version instead of the Classic one, with an almost completely absent user interface.
In spite of that, when one clicks on the picture, the site opens the preview gameplay for the Classic version.
Additionally, the picture is named "frozen_288762.jpg", instead of using the actual song title.
The preview on Just Dance Unlimited does not load correctly, making the game display an empty preview, and the audio playing in the background.
Let It Go (Sing-Along) is the last DLC in the Just Dance series. From Just Dance 2016 onwards, DLCs are replaced by Just Dance Unlimited.
The menu icon is different in the Shop, as the coach is in a different pose and has a more visible mouth.
The coach also wears lipstick, which is not present in the routine.
This is the third case in the series, after Pound The Alarm (Extreme) and I Need Your Love.
The lines "Don’t feel" and "Here I’ll stay" become immediately un-highlighted after they are sung.
In Just Dance 2015, the song is titled "Let It Go" with quotations (in spite of the Classic routine not having quotations) and the artist is "Disney Frozen" instead of "Disney’s Frozen".
This also happens in 舞力全开2015 with the Classic routine.
Also, in the preview of the store, "#Disney" is shown on the corner.
On the Xbox One version of Just Dance 2015, Let It Go (Sing-Along) came out roughly a month after it did on other consoles.
Let It Go (Sing-Along) is the first Alternate routine to be added to the "Hall of Fame" playlist in Just Dance Now.
In a Behind-the-Scenes video for Boom Clap, the routine is incorrectly labeled as On-Stage.