Appearance of the Dancers
Player 1 and Player 3 are both wearing blue beanies, a grey shirt, blue jeans, black shoes, and white socks. They resemble inmates from the prison version of the music video.
Player 2 resembles Michael Jackson and wears the same outfit as he did in the prison version of the music video. He wears an outfit similar to those of the backup dancers, except his outfit is a brighter shade of blue and his glove sparkles.
The dancer on the Xbox 360 is a hologram that the player appears in. The player is accompanied by two or more identical backup dancers. The backup dancers are copies of a bald man wearing sunglasses and an all-black outfit. The upper torso part of these outfits reflect the gold from the background.
The routine takes place within a prison with grey walls, based off the prison version of the music video. The text "THEY DON’T REALLY CARE ABOUT US" pops up on the wall whenever it is sung. In the last chorus, it gets replaced by the roof of a skyscraper during a rainy night, with black silhouettes following the moves of the backup dancers.
The Xbox 360 version of the routine is based on the Brazil version of the music video. The dancer appears on a large stage and the Brazilian favela can be seen in the background. When the camera zooms out during the singing parts of the routine, an audience can be seen in front of the stage, cheering for the player. Additionally, the Brazil version of the music video can be seen playing in the air on the left and right sides of the background during the singing part.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1 (P2): Point the right arm to the right side.
Gold Move 2 (P2): Quickly drop your arms down.
Both Gold Moves (P1/P3): Jump and hit the air with both hands upwards.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Put your right hand to the head.
There is one Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Put your right hand to the head.
- The lyrics "jew me sue me" and "kick me kike me" were replaced in-game with “sue me sue me” and “kick me kick me,” respectively. In the official version, the lyrics were either changed to "do me" and “strike me” or replaced with loud abstract noises.
- This is the only song in Michael Jackson: The Experience to have censorship.
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