Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with a glitter tiara, curly indigo hair, a tight grey glittered leotard, a long grey glittered glove with magenta end, and grey glittered boots. By the beginning of the second verse, her complete outfit turns lemon yellow. Her outline is light blue, and she creates sparkles and dashed lines by performing certain moves.
At the beginning of the routine, the camera zooms into a buzzing cathodic tube, which turns on and projectes the coach on the screen with a holographic effect.
The routine takes place on a black and whitestage with two semicircular staircases and a spotlight on each step. When the music speeds up, the spotlights turn on, and the stage turns violet as soon as the coach performs Gold Move 1.
At the end of the routine, the coach fades away with the same holographic effect as the one in the beginning.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Put your left hand on your hip, and raise your right hand.
- UFO is the oldest, non-covered Japanese song in the series, being from 1977. It is one of the few Japanese songs in the series to come from the 20th century.
- Koi no Dial 6700 is older than this song, but the game uses a 2011 cover.
- At the end of the song, the screen turns off in a similar fashion to Blame It On The Boogie.
- Even when the coach’s outfit changes color, the pictograms remain grey.
- The dancer looks like a member of Pink Lady, and wears a dress they used to wear when they sang this song. The choreography is also created by them, but Just Dance Wii made slight modifications to it.
- During UFO’s appearance in Training Mode, the special effects on the coach are removed, and the routine fades away by the end of the first chorus.
Official Music Video
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