- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with pink hair tied up, a pink and orange dress with green and white stripes placed in her chest area and the end of her dress, pink leggings with white stripes, and pink lace up ballet slippers with orange socks. At the beginning and end of the routine, she is in a "deactivated" mode, where the pink areas of her body turn black and the orange parts turn green.
In the remake, the coach is slightly more realistic and she flashes less during the flashes part. She also fades off very slowly, with a totally different effect and her outline is now green.
The background is a sandy orange beach with two types of umbrellas - either red and orange striped ones or red and green patterned ones. There are also kites, crabs, and bouncing beach balls, the floor is reflective.
In the remake, the background fades in and off slowly with a black-from-colored effect, and it is much lighter.
There is 1 Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Slowly bring your arms up while holding on to your wrists.
Take Me Out is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance 2020
Just Dance Now
- In Just Dance 2, the last line fades off abruptly while it is sung.
- Take Me Out is the only solo routine from Just Dance 2 whose dancer never appeared in Mashups or Puppet/Party Master Modes.
- Take Me Out is the last pre-Just Dance 4 routine to exclusively reuse the original pictograms upon its release on Just Dance Now or Just Dance Unlimited. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go, which was released in Just Dance Unlimited after Take Me Out, had some new Just Dance-styled pictograms, and every other map from That’s Not My Name onwards received completely remade pictograms.
- Despite the fact that the dancer wears pink, the pictograms are purple.
- In its early version, the background was much lighter (as the fading in the background went from light yellow to red instead of brown to black), the kites and the crabs were absent, and some umbrellas appeared in shades of green and fuchsia.
- In addition, the coach’s outfit was more red than pink, and its green parts were more saturated.
- The Just Dance 2 menu square shows the coach with an orange outline instead of a green outline.
- In Just Dance 2, the final pictogram at the end of the routine is incorrect. For the final move, the coach slowly raises her arms down, but the pictogram tells the player to raise their arms up and down.
- The Just Dance Now pictogram sprite showed the move incorrectly as well, but it was updated as soon as the map was released in Just Dance Unlimited by removing one of the two arrow heads.
- The background reappeared in the background of California Gurls.
Official Music Video
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