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"Papaoutai" by Stromae is featured on Just Dance 2015. It is exclusive to the PAL region but is also available as a downloadable track in the NTSC region.
Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are supposed to represent a father and a son.
P1, the father, wears a brown afro, a red and yellow sweater, a light blue shirt underneath, a red bow tie, a pair of brown glasses, as well as green shorts, high blue socks, and brown shoes.
P2, the son, has short brown hair, yellow polo shirt, orange bow tie, and a blue glove. He is also wearing green shorts, high blue socks, and brown shoes.
The coach, a woman, wears a yellow suit and a zebra-patterned bra. She wears a pink hat with dangling jewelry, and also colorful bracelets on both wrists. She also wears a pair of stockings; one completely red and the other in various bright colors.
A living room with orange sofa, orange desk, and many animated cubes appearing on the walls. At the chorus, the wall at the back opens, showing clones of the dancers.
The background for the African Dance is similar to that of all of the extreme choreographies. It glows red, green, orange, and turquoise at points at the song.
Papaoutai is the seventh PAL exclusive in the Just Dance series.
It is also the second PAL song to be available as a DLC for the NTSC region, with the first being Make The Party (Don’t Stop). However, Papaoutai is available for download on all NTSC consoles (as opposed to Make The Party (Don’t Stop), which was exclusive to the Nintendo Wii).
Additionally, Make The Party (Don’t Stop) received some changes in its background, while Papaoutai did not.
Papaoutai is the first PAL Exclusive to have been nominated in the Just Dance Awards.
Unlike Till I Find You, the description of Papaoutai’s preview video does not mention that the track began as a PAL exclusive.
Papaoutai and Till I Find You are the only two regional exclusives to have a Mashup.
About 13 seconds at the beginning of the track, featuring a piano, were removed from the final routine
Additionally, the first 9 seconds of the ending part were removed from the routine.