- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Mashups
- 5 Captions
- 6 Appearances in Playlists
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 Videos
- 10 References
- 11 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with long cyan hair. She has hot pink diamonds painted around her right eye to resemble claw marks. She wears a loose cyan minidress with multiple tears across the torso and belted by the hips with a hot pink belt. Underneath her dress is a yellow t-shirt and yellow tights with multiples tears throughout. She also wears hot-pink socks and cyan heels with matching tassels. Her accessories include a yellow bangle on her left wrist and cyan bracelets on her right wrist.
In the remake, the dancer is in a slightly lighter darker hue and is made more realistic. Her face is also less visible. Additionally, she now has a faint blue outline.
The background is full of colored lightning drawings and some graffiti. Colored lightning strikes from off-screen. The flashes of lightning bring the dancer to the screen. There are the numbers 5, 6, 7, and 8 in the top right-handed corner, representing a clock.
The lamps are farther away from each other in the remake, and the flashes of lightning in the corners are now in full opacity.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Lift your left knee and throw your right fist up.
Gold Move 2: Put your right hand on your mouth and your left hand on your hip as if you are laughing.
Gold Move 3: Put your right arm over your left hand and on the side of your face.
TiK ToK is featured in the following Mashups:
- Animals (Club)
- Can't Take My Eyes Off You
- Never Can Say Goodbye (Best of Just Dance 2)
- Tribal Dance
- Want To Want Me
TiK ToK appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Arm Pulse
- Chicken Dance
- Duck Dance
- Glider Girl
- Reaching Up
- Sweet Stroke
- Whip And Circle
- Whip It
TiK ToK is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
- The 2010s Were Banging
- Just Dance 2
Just Dance Now
- All Songs S-Z
- Tik ToK is the first song by Kesha in the main series.
- "Junk" and "drunk" are censored.
- In Just Dance Now, the lightning sound from the beginning is removed. In Just Dance Unlimited, and later in Just Dance Now, it is re-added, along with some giggling at the end of the track. This giggling came from the original track.
- In Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited, the sound effect from Just Dance 2’s audible "1, 2, 3, 4" count in is still present at the start of the routine.
- This count in is synchronized with the flashing triangle or spotlight at the end of the pictogram bar.
- Gold Moves 2 and 3 were not originally intended to be Gold Moves, as shown in the gameplay of E3 2010, but they were added in the final version.
- Additionally, the pictograms were slightly different. This was later changed.
- In Just Dance Wii, this dancer demonstrates how to play the game with the photo "Follow the dancer on the screen like they’re your reflection on a mirror"; however, the song does not appear in that game, but in Just Dance Wii 2.
- This is also the case for Girlfriend.
- On the Just Dance Now square, the Just Dance Unlimited loading screen and "Place yourself next to the dancer" lobby, the diamonds near the dancer’s eyes are not visible.
- The dancer appears on both the PAL and NTSC covers for Just Dance 2.
- The coach was remade differently on the cover in Just Dance Now than she is in the actual gameplay.
- TiK ToK has completely altered color scheme on the Just Dance: Greatest Hits cover. This also happens with Hey Ya and Firework.
- Along with Hot Stuff and U Can't Touch This, the routine was temporarily removed from Just Dance Now on March 26, 2015. However, it was later returned later that day.
- When the Just Dance Now release of the routine was announced via social networks, the Just Dance: Greatest Hits coach was accidentally used instead of the remade one. 
- The coach’s hair is shorter on the menu icons of Just Dance 2, Greatest Hits and Wii 2.
- In the remake, sometimes the pictograms appear slightly out of sync with the song but the flashing triangle and spotlight, as well as the highlighting lyrics, are not.
- In the Just Dance Now files, a beta pictogram can be found. It looks very similar to a pictogram used in the previous versions of the routine.
- The three pink stripes on the coach’s right eye are mirrored on the avatar.
- A red shadow of the dancer along with a red warning sign is used as a placeholder bubble while selecting a DLC from the store in Just Dance 2.
- This coach appears in the intro of every Just Dance 3 preview gameplay, along with the coach from Firework.
- The coach’s eye tattoo is a little bit glitchy, as it sometimes disappears.
- The song is referenced in some scoring detection files for the Extreme Version of Animals.
- In the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance: Greatest Hits, the Gold Move after shine does not appear if the player performs a Gold Move correctly.
Official Music Video
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