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Appearance of the Dancers
P1 is a woman with short orange hair in a bob, a purple feather in her head, She is wearing an orange glove on her left hand, some accessories, a pink Charleston dress, and a pair of melon shoes.
P2 is a man with a dark orange and purple hat. He is wearing a purple shirt, a pair of pink suspenders, a striped pink tie, a pair of melon pants, and a pair of white and purple shoes.
RemakeBoth coaches styles remain the same from their original game counterparts (Just Dance 2) in its remake. However, they both had an HD remake. Their faces remain hidden and are lighter in tone. They also have a glowing white outline instead of a glowing purple one.
The background is on a stage with a shiny floor and light reflectors on it to bring more of a Charleston feel. The background in its remake remains the same, just like the coaches in this song.
The number of Gold Moves varies in each game: on Just Dance 2, the Wii version of Just Dance 3, and Just Dance: Best Of, there are 4 Gold Moves for each dancer, on the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, there are 6 Gold Moves for P1 and 5 Gold Moves for P2, and in the remake, there are 2 Gold Moves for each dancer.
Just Dance 2Gold Moves 1 and 3 (P1): Open your hands quickly.
Gold Moves 2 and 4 (P1): Open your hands quickly in the opposite direction.
Gold Move 1 (P2): Point to the right.
Gold Move 2 and 3 (P2): Point to the left.
Gold Move 4 (P2): Stand with your arms down and somewhat a little back.
Just Dance 3/Just Dance: Best Of
Gold Moves 1, 2, 4 and 5 (P1)/Gold Moves 1 and 4 (P2) (Xbox 360):
- P1: Open your hands quickly, first to the right and then to the left.
- P2: Point to P1 with your right arm above your head.
Gold Move 3 (P1) (Xbox 360)/Gold Move 2 (P2):
- P1: Open your arms at P2.
- P2: Point to the right.
Gold Move 6 (P1) (Xbox 360)/Gold Moves 3 and 5 (P2):
- P1: Open your arms at P2.
- P2: Point to the left.
RemakeBoth Gold Moves (P1): Bend over and put your hands on your knees, then get up and open your arms quickly.
Gold Move 1 (P2): Bend over and put your hands on your knees, then get up and point to the right.
Gold Move 2 (P2): Bend over and put your hands on your knees, then get up and point to the left.
Mugsy Baloney is featured in the following Mashup:
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- At the start of the Xbox version of the routine, there is a spotlight moving on the background.
- The floor reflection on Just Dance 3 is darker than in Just Dance 2.
- In 'Just Dance 3'Just Dance 3Just Dance 3Just Dance 3Just Dance 3 there are more details, especially on the left and right edges. In 'Just Dance'Just DanceJust DanceJust DanceJust Dance the place has more light while in 'Just Dance 2'Just Dance 2Just Dance 2Just Dance 2Just Dance 2 it seems a bit darker.
- In the 'Just Dance 3'Just Dance 3Just Dance 3Just Dance 3Just Dance 3 version, P1 has one more Gold Move than P2 as P2's original 4th Gold Move is not present. This is the first duet to behave like this, followed by Worth It's Mashup.
- At some points of the choreography, it looks like the programmer recorded it at high speed due to the fact that the coaches move really fast.
- The background resembles that of Dynamite.
- If you look closely, you can notice the girl's dress is very glitchy and does not have a persistent color: in fact, it makes little flashes and sometimes it looks magenta and red with a fading effect but other times it looks completely magenta.
- In the preview gameplay of 'Just Dance 2'Just Dance 2Just Dance 2Just Dance 2Just Dance 2, P1's pictograms have blue arrows that should be used for P2's pictograms.
- P2's avatar looks heavily different from the coach: its fedora is red and blue instead of brown and purple, and it wears a red bandana instead of a tie.
- Due to this, the avatar was believed to be for P2 of Wild Wild West for a very long time.
- The name of the song may be a word pun and reference to Bugsy Malone, a 1976 British musical gangster film (notable for featuring only child actors) which was set in the early 1920s Chicago.
- When Mugsy Baloney was first added to Just Dance Now, the pictograms were extremely glitchy, with some of them being out of sync and others being unintentionally cropped in half.
- In the square from Just Dance 2, the dancers wear completely different color schemes: P1 has a magenta feather on her hair and a red dress, while P2 wears an orange hat, a dark pink shirt, darker suspenders, darker pants, and a lighter orange tie; the background is also clearer.
- Besides, their positions are mirrored.
- Two slight mistakes can be seen on the pictograms of the remake: in the first one, there are some magenta pixels on P1’s swirl arrow; in the second one, two small parts of P2’s swirl arrow is fuchsia instead of blue.
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