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- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Mashups
- 5 Captions
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Gallery
- 8 Videos
- 9 References
- 10 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl who has red hair with two blue hair bands, with part of her hair tied into pigtails. She wears a teal baggy sweater with a large red-and-white peace sign on it and a larger peace sign repeated behind the original one, red bracelets on her wrists and blue over-sized platform shoes with white laces.
In Just Dance Wii, she looks brighter and her bracelets are now teal.
In the remake, the dancer is brighter and her face is less visible. She is also slightly more realistic.
The background is blue with white dots that mainly stay in place. There are also royal blue light-up panels on the ceiling and floor. The floor is reflective.
In Just Dance Wii, white lights are added to the bottom blue panel, and the floor is more reflective.
In the remake, the background is round and it changes colors, with four lights and many bubbles, looking similar to a Party Master Mode background. During the "Yo I’ll tell you what I want" part or the bridge, the background color changes to purple. During the verses or the "If you wannabe my lover" part, the background color changes to a darker shade of blue.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Just Dance Wii and remade versions of this routine:
Gold Move 1: Put out both your arms to the sides, as if to express confusion.
Gold Move 2: Point to the screen with both arms.
Wannabe appears in the following Mashups:
Wannabe appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her moves:
- Peace And Love
- Peace Bump
- Punch For Peace
- What’s Wrong
- You And Me
- Wannabe is the first song by the Spice Girls in the Just Dance series.
- In the Amazon page for Just Dance, the group is credited as "The Spice Girls".
- In the third chorus, the lyrics read "So tell you what I want, what I really really want" instead of the correct "So tell me what you want, what you really really want". This was fixed in Just Dance Wii.
- In Just Dance and Just Dance Wii, the title is misspelled as "Wanna Be".
- This mistake is fixed in the remake.
- The dancer’s shoes are known as "Spice Girls", which the group is named after.
- In the Just Dance menu, the coach’s shirt is blue and not green (like in the actual gameplay).
- Also, some background sounds that are reminiscent of a spaceship are added before the track starts.
- In the remake, the background looks very similar to that of Party Master Modes.
- Before the remake was added into the Just Dance Now files, if one tried to get the remake with the preview.justdancenow.com link, all that would appear was an extraction of the dancer.
- In the Just Dance Now files, the third bundle of the song appears as "Wannabe 4.zip" rather than “Wannabe 3.zip”.
- A sticker of the coach appears in Just Dance 2020.
Official Music Video
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