"Proud Mary", originally performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival (the version by Ike & Tina Turner is used in-game) is featured on Just Dance 2, Just Dance 3 (as an Xbox 360 exclusive DLC), and Just Dance: Greatest Hits.
Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a woman with orange curly hair, she wears clothing from the 1960's to the 70's. She wears turquoise earrings, a golden yellow fringed dress with two brown laces around her breasts, a golden bracelet on her arm and a pair of bright turquoise pumps.
In the remake, the coach now has a completely different color scheme. She now has red hair, blue earrings, an orange and red fringe dress with red-brown laces around her breasts, a red bracelet and blue pumps. Some facial features can still be visible.
The background is a stage with stage lights and orange and red light beams, giving it a show girl stage feeling. In the Xbox 360 versions of Just Dance 3 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits, a city is now visible
The background in the remake looks more like in Just Dance 2, but the city from the Xbox 360 background can be seen.
There are 9 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 3, 5, and 7: Spin in a clockwise direction.
Gold Moves 2, 4, 6, and 8 (Note): Spin in a counterclockwise direction.
Gold Move 9: Put your hands up.
Proud Mary appears in the following Mashups:
Proud Mary appears in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here is the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Slow Snap
- Slow down
- Proud Mary and Ninja Re Bang Bang hold the tied record for the second most gold moves in one routine, with a total of 9 Gold Moves.
- However, Gold Move 8 is not counted as a move in Just Dance 2.
- Proud Mary is also the routine with the most Gold Moves on the Wii.
- There are a few mistakes in the lyrics:
- "Worryin’" is misprinted as "Worry in" the first time it appears in the lyrics.
- "keep" (from "Proud Mary/keep on burnin’") is misprinted as "keeps".
- "If you got no money" is misprinted as "’cause you got no money".
- A shortened version that starts in the middle of the song is used in-game.
- Proud Mary and When I Grow Up were used for a talent search.
- In the menu square in Just Dance 2, the coach is flipped, resulting in her glove being on her left hand.
- In the Just Dance Now pictogram sprite, it can be seen that even though the dancer’s color scheme has been changed to red with a blue glove, the pictograms are still orange with green arrows.
- In Just Dance 2 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits, despite the coach having a turquoise glove in the routine, the menu icon shows her with a green glove.
- Also, the arrows on the pictograms are green.
- Before the remake, when the coach got to the ground, her hair became dark orange. This is probably because of the gradients.
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