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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl with brown hair, colorful drop-crotch pants, a vest with an orange and black cropped top, and part of her pants are black. Her shoes are black and white (zebra print), and her glove is purple.
The background has a small picture of MainStreet and has shadows of people on each color. The colors are yellow, pink, green and orange. The people are the four boys of MainStreet appear in the background.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Put both your arms up above your head, keeping them slightly bent.
Gold Move 3: Swing your right hand from your side outward, as if to say "No."
Apperances In Mashups
My Main Girl is featured in the following mashup:
- Circus (Show-Off)
My Main Girl appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves.
- Cute Slide
- In Xbox 360, the song does not appear in the in-game’s shop, but it appears in the normal Xbox 360 shop.
- This is the first Dutch/English song to appear in Just Dance. It is also the first Dutch song in the series.
- The four members of the band are featured in the background of the routine, and their names are Nils Käller, Daan Zwierink, Owen Playfair and Rein van Duivenboden.
- This is the only December DLC in Just Dance 2014 that was not leaked.
- Sometimes, a strange glitch occurs: the background from Never Gonna Give You Up is briefly shown when pausing at the end of the routine, and then resuming to the score results; this glitch also occurs rarely in the Just Dance 2014 edition of Funhouse.
- The word "TEMPLATE" appears in a western-style text on the background as well.
- Ubisoft did a Meet & Greet on December 14, 2013 for six fans to play this song along with the members of MainStreet.
Official Lyric Video
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