The song has an alternate routine titled "Official Choreo" which can be unlocked by earning Superstar or higher on the Classic routine.
Appearance of the Dancer
The routine is performed by Todrick Hall, whose looks and appearance are taken from the official music video. He wears a black shirt and jeans, with a pink belt. He wears a pink necklace. He has pink elbow-length gloves on both of his arms, with a blue bracelet placed on his right arm, resembling the glove that is usually worn on the coach’s right arm. He also wears a pair of pink high heels. He has short pink hair.
The background features a warehouse, similar to the official video of the song, except that the pink glowing triangle was replaced with "Just Dance" logo on it. There are also backup dancers with similar clothing to the coach, but their faces are blurred.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Point three times, first crossed, then forward, then crossed again.
Gold Move 2: Drop to the floor with your hands on your knees, squat and shake your legs.
Gold Move 3: Throw your right arm out and put your left hand on your hip while facing the right.
- Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels is the fifth song in the franchise to be confirmed for a game at E3 without the gameplay being made available until later, after Feel This Moment, Where Have You Been, Gibberish, and Havana.
- Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels is the tenth song in the series to be performed by a YouTube personality, current or former.
- Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels is the fourth song to be re-recorded for Just Dance, after Je sais pas danser, J’suis pas jalouse, and Flash.
- This is the first time where both the original song and the Just Dance Version have been featured separately.
- From June 13 to June 15, 2021, an event was held on Twitter where fans could vote for the coaches they wanted to be included in Todrick’s music video for the song. The pool of coaches included Chiffon, Doremi, Fuchsia Blue, Harlem, Inugami, Maybel, Mister Fahrenheit, and the Panda (whose outfit from I Gotta Feeling is used). On June 15, 2021, the winning coaches were revealed to be Fuchsia Blue, Harlem, Maybel, and the Panda.
- Both versions of Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels are absent from the Middle Eastern version of the full song list video.
- The following elements from the Just Dance series make brief appearances in the lyric video for the Just Dance Version, in order:
- Todrick Hall, the coach of Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels
- The logo of the Just Dance series
- A banknote depicting P1 of 24K Magic
- The Mojocoins emblem
- The stars used from Just Dance 2019 onwards
- The Superstar effect used from Just Dance 2019 onwards
- The "YEAH" feedback icon from scoring a Gold Move
- A chihuahua resembling the ones in Chiwawa
- The X feedback icon used from Just Dance 2019 onwards
- C3 of Girl Like Me
- P2 of Work Work
- P2 of Kill This Love
- Both coaches from Fire
- One pictogram from Levitating
- One pictogram from Fire
- One pictogram from China
- One pictogram from Temperature
- P2 of The Time (Dirty Bit)
- The coach of Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)
- The coach of Boy, You Can Keep It
- P1 of Flash Pose
- C2 of Footloose
- The coaches of Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) (Family Battle Version)
- The coaches of Finesse (Remix)
- C1 of Don’t Stop Me Now
- P2 of Jump
- P2 of Level Up
- P2 of Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)
- P4 of Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)
- The coach of Daddy Cool
- P1 of Con Calma
- P1 of Dibby Dibby Sound
- P2 of C’mon
- The coach of Rasputin
- P2 of #thatPower
- The coach of A Little Less Conversation (JXL Radio Edit Remix)
- The coach of Firework
- P1 of Swish Swish
- The coach of One Kiss
- The coach of Toy
- P2 of Animals
- The coach of My New Swag (我的新衣)
- The coach of Make It Jingle
- P2 of HandClap
- The coach of Just Dance
- In the Just Dance 2022 Full Song List video, the Official Choreo is presented as the Classic routine and the "Just Dance Version" is labelled as an "Alternative Version", despite it being the reverse in-game.
- The Just Dance version of the song was danced to by contestant Cody Rigsby on the finale of season 30 of Dancing with the Stars.
- According to the Behind The Scenes video, Todrick Hall was originally going to perform the routine with a purple glove on his left arm, but was switched to two pink gloves because he purposefully cut holes into the purple glove.
Official Music and Lyric Video
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