Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is Diegho San, a teenage boy with medium skin and short black hair. He wears a metal studded baseball cap, a red and black varsity jacket, a brown T-shirt with the words CLAP YOUR HANDS, and a boombox on it, a pair of black skinny jeans, and black sneakers.
The fanmade routine takes place in a small grey room with a barred window. The window exposes a large city. Around is a purple template with the word "Fanmade" written in panels, San's Best Song Ever icon, and the Brazilian flag.
There is 1 Gold Move in the Fanmade/VIPMADE routine:
Gold Move: Put your arms in a 90° angle and push your elbows towards you, while putting your right leg behind the left one.
Appearances in Playlists
Turn Up the Love/Fanmade Version is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- All Songs S-Z
Just Dance Unlimited
- Just Dance 2014
- Unlimited S-Z
- The dancer is Diegho San, winner of the 2014 Just Dance World Cup.
- The shirt which Diegho is wearing in the Fanmade routine features lyrics from the song and a boombox, both printed in the way they are seen in the Classic and Sumo routines' backgrounds.
- Mehdi Kerkouche helped Diegho create the Fanmade choreography.
- This is the first Fanmade routine by Diegho San, followed by This Is How We Do.
- In Just Dance Now, the preview audio is different from the classic routine.
- Diegho's jacket from the Fanmade routine is later re-used in Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).
- On January 17, 2019, the Fanmade routine was updated. It now has the Just Dance 2019 design, and has been renamed to VIPMADE.
- On Just Dance 2020, the VIPMADE routine does not have a proper map background, resulting in the background being white.
- This does not happen on the Google Stadia version.
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