Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with magenta hair in a very long ponytail who is wearing a cat ear headband, and a pair of black and yellow headphones, a cyan blue sleeveless shirt with an orange-yellowish shirt underneath, navy blue skirt with a orange-yellow rim, and thigh-high heeled black boots. She has a blue outline.
The background is a lot of little dots that join others to form 3D shapes. The dancer is seen on a circular platform that glows in different colors and at some points glows white, and black. In the verses, the background shows having blue waves of star lines that create water-like movement that resemble waves. There are also a disco ball and silhouettes of the dancer in the background. In the chorus, there are strings that float round with connecting green triangles and a bright white light in the middle, after that colorful strings of stars are seen making a circular ark and some constellations in different colors are seen moving around. During the bridge, the background is similar to the verse except it is completely red even the disco ball with parts of it being orange and yellow. In the end, everything slowly fades to black even the disco ball slowly fades into pink glitter, as that happens the dancer disappears by glitching or disappearing.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 3, and 4: Put your right hand up and left hand down, while standing on your left foot, just like in a flying position.
Gold Move 2: Put your right hand on your right leg and your left hand on your head, as if you are listening to something.
- Tell Your World is the first song in the series that is performed by a Vocaloid.
- Tell Your World is the first song by Hatsune Miku in the franchise.
- However, this is the only of the four songs in which Hatsune Miku is not credited as a main artist and features another artist.
- This is the also the only of the four songs by Hatsune Miku to appear in the Japanese series.
- The song’s pictogram bar beats at 75 BPM; even though the song’s actual BPM is 150.
- Tell Your World is the first time in the history of Just Dance where the dancer teleports. This is later seen in Love Is All, Love Me Again, and I’m Still Standing.
- Tell Your World is the only Hatsune Miku routine where the dancer doesn't look like her.
- The dancer ties with Ievan Polkka for the longest hair, going about nearly to her knees.
- When the coach puts her hands near her face, the glove color transfers to her eyes. Also, when the coach puts her hands on her headphones, the headphones will glitch from yellow to red. This error also appears in the menu square.
- During the chorus, the coach puts her leg up, while the pictogram portrays her with her leg down.
- Tell Your World, Dance My Generation, Electric Boy, Kiss Datte Hidarikiki, and Love Machine are the only routines on Just Dance Wii U that do not have an unlockable avatar.
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