P1 is a woman. Her hair is purple with a pony-tail low and to the side. Her outfit appears to have a tied up sea-green top, pants are magenta, with a blue and yellow belt, and her shoes are sea-green, and appear to be kitten heel boots.
In the remake, P1’s hair is in a deep shade of red, as are her pants. Her top is in a shade of teal, as are her belt and boots. Her gloves, hoop earrings, and belt buckle are now pink.
Just Dance 3
P2 is a man. He is wearing a teal bandana, which covers his purple hair. He also wears a teal tank top, blue pants, and a magenta belt. His shoes are magenta, blue, and sea-green.
In the remake, his bandana is in a dark shade of violet. His top is purple, his bracelet is emerald green, and his teal jeans with purple pockets are held up by a dark red belt. His hair is now in a shade of pink.
The routine takes place in a room full of spirals of color-changing pumping lines; they frequently interchange between blue, teal, and pink. They also go along with the beat of the song.
Promiscuous is the first song by Nelly Furtado in the game series.
The lines "hit it", "with nothing on", and "before you bring that on" (when Nelly sings it) are censored.
The line "You’re dope, have a player by the choke" is misinterpreted as "You don't have a player on your trunk".
In the Just Dance Wii 2 version of the routine, the following lines receive delayed highlighting:
"Do you take me for?"
"Let’s walk for a minute"
"I can see you"
"Feeling on me"
"Like Steve Nash"
"so does everybody else"
The Wii and PlayStation 3 versions have a visible platform, while on the Xbox 360 version, it appears to be invisible.
During the chorus, part of P2’s tattoo on his arm is shown on his face.
In the remake, the glowing effect that appears during the chorus has been removed and some body features of the coaches glitch often: for example, some parts of P1’s hair turn white and P2’s face becomes slightly purple when his tattoo on his right arm is near his right eye.
The Just Dance Now files for Promiscuous that the coaches originally had a different outline in their remade versions: they were originally fuchsia and in full opacity.
Many pictograms are semi-transparent in Just Dance 3 and Just Dance Wii 2.