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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man dressed in 60s fashion, with combed blonde hair. He wears a cyan long-sleeved turtleneck, with a dark brown sleeveless vest with yellow and orange rectangles positioned diagonally and in the center. He also wears a pair of orange slacks, black ankle socks and cyan tennis shoes with white accents and shoe laces. He has a yellow outline.
The background is living room with an old style TV, an orange armchair, a brown bedside table, orange lamp and yellow, orange, and bordeaux moving lines.
- Finish "Breakfast Practice"
- Finish "Tea Party Training"
- Finish "Flower Power Party"
- Get all sections in Intense
- Get a 3 💧 score
- Get a 5 💧 score
- Hopping Mad
- Old School Skipping
- Shooting Spy
- Spy Power
- Swinging 60’s Workout is the only Just Sweat routine that has to be unlocked via the Wheel of Gifts.
- The original track name is Piccadilly Circus.
- The Warm-Up track can be heard as background music in "Just Dance 2017 - About Just Dance Unlimited".
- Swinging 60’s Workout is the only Just Sweat routine in Just Dance 4 whose coach is not featured in any Mashup in the Just Dance series.
- However, he is featured in Puppet Master Modes.
- According to the code names in the Just Dance 4 files, the coach is named Austin.
- Given the "Swinging 60's" theme of the routine, it may be a reference to Austin Powers.
- In the Puppet Master Mode of Never Gonna Give You Up, the pictograms are red with yellow arrows.
- The table that holds the lamp in the background makes a reappearance in Papaoutai.
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