"Under the Sea" by Samuel E. Wright (covered by Roderick Sanford and credited as Disney’s The Little Mermaid in-game) is featured on Just Dance 2016, Just Dance Now, Just Dance Unlimited, and 舞力无限. It is also available in Kids Mode through Just Dance 2018 and Just Dance 2019 via Just Dance Unlimited.
- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Dance Quests
- 5 Appearances in Playlists
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Gallery
- 8 Videos
- 9 References
- 10 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer resembles Ariel, as she has long red curly hair, a blue-purple seashell bra, and a sea green mermaid tail. She also has white arms and a white face, but a peach-colored body.
Ariel is on the ocean floor, sitting on a rock. There are many fish swimming, there are a few plants, and Sebastian is singing the song.
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Spin your arms high in the air.
Gold Moves 3, 4, and 5: While shaking your "tail", move your right hand to the right with your left hand behind your head.
Under the Sea appears in the following Dance Quests maps:
Under the Sea is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- Deep Sea Dancin’
- Summer Vibes!
- A Night at the Movies
- Kids Corner
- All Songs S-Z
- AVAST YE, DANCERS!
- Pixie Party!
- Dancin’ Underwater!
Just Dance Unlimited
- A Night at the Movies
- Fave Friends
- Just Dance 2016
- Under the Sea is the fifth Disney song in the main series.
- The song is not credited as a cover.
- The lyric "Life is the bubbles" is misinterpreted as "Life is bubbles".
- Under the Sea is the first seated routine which serves as a Classic routine.
- Under the Sea is the second routine to feature a mermaid as a playable dancer, following Somethin’ Stupid.
- However, in this routine, the tail seems to be real, whereas in Somethin’ Stupid, it was just a skirt resembling a mermaid’s tail.
- Under the Sea is the eighth routine in the Just Dance series to have dancers that represent characters with official names, after Just Mario, Prince Ali, Ghostbusters, Let It Go, Ievan Polkka, Balkan Blast Remix, and You’re The One That I Want.
- Disney helped in making the background for this song.
- All of the pictograms feature a mermaid’s tail.
- In the preview, there is an incorrect pictogram.
- Especially in the Just Dance 2016 cover, the dancer’s feet are visible.
- A full official gameplay of Under the Sea was uploaded to Just Dance’s official YouTube channel on August 3, 2020, along with How Far I’ll Go, Into The Unknown, Junto a Ti, Let It Go, and Un Poco Loco.
- Among these gameplays, Under the Sea’s is the only one with "©Disney" displayed on the bottom right corner.
Official Music Video/Audio
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