Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with purple bob hair. She wears a light blue, opened, cropped, one-sleeved jacket with pink feathers on her left shoulder, with a red glitter, one-sleeved open shoulder crop top with tassels underneath. She also wears light blue shorts with purple pockets and yellow tassels at the leg hems, and black high heel ankle boots with yellow tassels at the ankles. She also has a golden chain necklace on her neck and purple and yellow bangles on her left wrist. She has a faint magenta outline.
The background features a bunch of colorful rectangles representing stylized favelas, with a blue sky and sun in the background. The sky will change color to represent a different part of the day, black for night, and orange for sunset.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Hit the air to your right four times while lowering your arm.
Gold Move 2: Throw your arms forward above your head.
- "Só Depois do Carnaval" is Just Dance’s ninth Portuguese-language song.
- "De sentar" and "popotão" are censored.
- A presentation to introduce Só Depois do Carnaval to the game happened during Game XP, Rio de Janeiro, with a Pocket Show by Lexa.
- During Game XP, the game screen displaying the song went off for a few seconds, effectively cutting some of the gameplay.
Official Music Video
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