"Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels" (Official Choreo) is featured on Just Dance 2022, where it can be unlocked by obtaining a Superstar on the Classic routine. As opposed to the Classic routine, the original version of Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels is used for this routine.
Appearance of the Dancer
The coach resembles the coach of the Classic routine. 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 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 hand. He also wears pink high heels.
The background is also similar to the Classic routine, which features a warehouse, similar to the official video of the song. However, the pink glowing triangle is not replaced by the "Just Dance" logo, unlike its Classic routine. 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: Put your right hand near your face, and punch it down.
Gold Move 2: Pull out a fan and shake it vigorously.
Gold Move 3: Punch to the right while holding the fan as if you are whipping.
- Main article: Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels#General
- Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels (Official Choreo) is the seventh alternate routine where the dancer wears a similar costume to a coach in the Classic routine, after Giddy on Up (Giddy on Out) (Hold My Hand), Call Me Maybe (Alternate), Tribal Dance (Katana Version), Umbrella (With an Umbrella), Medicina (Extreme Version), and Temperature (Extreme Version).
- Buttons, You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real), and Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels/Official Choreo are the twelfth through fourteenth routines to use a prop.
- Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels (Official Choreo) was prematurely revealed on the European Just Dance YouTube channels alongside the Just Dance version on October 20, 2021. The video was made private on all channels later the same day.
- Despite not using the Just Dance version of the song, the official previews refer to the song as the Just Dance version.
- This routine uses the clean version of the song with lyrics being replaced as followed:
- "a** fat" has been replaced with "face done".
- "B****" from "B**** I’m a big deal" has been replaced by "yes".
- "P*ssy, p*ss, p*ss" has been replaced by "Patty pat pat".
- "Give them the c***, c***, c***" has been replaced by "sugar gum gum gum".
- "Don't know these h*es" has been replaced by "Don't touch these clothes".
- "B****" from "I’m that b**** sis" has been replaced with "one".
- "Blink for these h*es" has been replaced with "Blink for me go".
- "B****" has been removed in some parts of the lyrics.
- Both previews mistakenly state that the Just Dance version of the song is used.
- This has since been fixed on the US channel.
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