Appearance of the Dancers
P1 is a man. He has shoulder-length black hair. He wears a gold glitter headband, a purple long sleeve shirt with gold outlining and an exposed chest, purple pants, and black shoes.
P2 is a woman. She has black hair in a bun. She wears a gold glitter headband, a purple long sleeve mini dress with gold outlining and an exposed torso, and turquoise peep-toe heels.
The background features many animated stripes; in the middle, there is a mini stage with gold curves and a room with "Tico Tico" on top. The walls are the first blue with exploding fireworks; then, they turn in shades of yellow and red with sparkles, and then green with each dancers’ silhouettes doing different moves. The room switches to a solid purple, where it fades into blue, red, green, orange, and black. The room is soon lit up with colorful lights, which are shaped like pebbles, stars, and a long twisted cylinder. The room’s next transition shows exploding colorful fireworks. Then, it shows huge flames (some of which turn blue) on a black background; after that, it shows white stripes alternated with red stripes with white rotating stars (sometimes, the red stripes become blue).
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Jump towards each other and bump your stomachs with your arms extended downwards.
Gold Move 2: Spin and swing your arms counter-clockwise at the same time.
Tico-Tico no Fubá appear in the following Mashup:
- What Is Love (Icebreakers)
Tico-Tico no Fubá appears in the following Dance Quest maps:
Appearances in Playlists
Tico-Tico no Fubá is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- Tico-Tico no Fubá is the fourth song in the series covered by Frankie Bostello after Love Boat, Mahna Mahna, and Copacabana; however, Tico-Tico no Fubá is the first in which he is credited as "The Frankie Bostello Orchestra".
- It is also the first song covered by Frankie Bostello to be an instrumental.
- I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll and Tico-Tico no Fubá are the fourth and fifth covered songs in Just Dance with vocals from Jane Child, after Hit The Road Jack, Let’s Groove, and These Boots Are Made For Walking.
- Tico-Tico no Fubá is the oldest song in Just Dance 2017, being released in 1917.
- The song’s cover reworks the original into a variety of music styles, making it the first cover to differ from the original version.
- The Just Dance UK thumbnail lacks the song’s accent.
- At one part of the routine, P1 holds P2 while she does a split. A "boing" sound can be heard when she does it.
- On 7th-Gen versions of Just Dance 2017, the menu banner has a glass effect that is similar to the squares of Just Dance 2014.
- On the Just Dance Now cover, the dancers are mirrored.
Behind the Scenes
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