Appearance of the Dancers
ClassicThe dancer is a panda with a neon green Mohawk. He also has some piercings in his left ear. He has a medal and gold necklaces around his neck, as well as a wristband on his left wrist. He is wearing a tank top and a pair of bermudas.
The panda’s outfit constantly changes color throughout the routine.
The routine is performed by a reindeer and a panda. They wear sports kits and each one has a ball paddle. P1’s is violet, and P2’s is blue.
P1 is the reindeer from Make It Jingle. His outfit is mainly different. His antlers are purple and he wears a pair of glasses that have a light green frame. He wears a light green tank top with a pink outline, indigo shorts, and pink shoes. He also has two pink and one purple bracelets on his left hand.
P2 is the panda from the Classic routine. He has yellow hair. He also has blue-and-yellow headbands and a wristband with the same colors on his right wrist. He is wearing a yellow polo shirt and a pair of pink gym shorts. He is holding on to a blue tennis racket.
The routine begins in a locker room as its doors open to reveal the panda before the camera zooms in on him. As the song begins, colored lines radiate out of him and the panda creates a circular arch over him that forms a tunnel.
The background changes to a white screen as shooting stars fly by and squares containing montages of the panda trying out different sports can be seen along with the reindeer from Make It Jingle, who appears to be his training coach.
The background rotates counterclockwise by 45 degrees as mechanical color-changing stopwatches can be seen along with clones of the reindeer surfing on the shooting stars.
In the chorus, the arches reappear with the shooting stars flying out. At times, the reindeer can be seen briefly in the shooting stars giving the player a thumbs-up.
In the bridge, the background changes to a running track with confetti flying in the air along with clones of the reindeer cheering for the panda on the side.
In the final chorus, balloons rise up into the air as a stage forms under the panda and several podiums containing golden sports equipment rise. The routine concludes with a massive 1st place trophy rising behind the panda and two massive holograms of the reindeer giving the player a thumbs-up.
The background is a tennis court. There is a split screen between the two coaches, which moves. The floor is blue and, above it, the Just Dance and Ubisoft logos as well as the stars from the Classic routine’s background can be seen constantly transitioning.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Move 1: Raise your right arm up and pound the air in a stiff pose.
Gold Move 2: Bring your hands down to your waist.
There are 2 Gold Moves for each coach in the Tennis Version routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: This is a left-to-right Wave Gold Move:
- P1: While standing backwards, throw a tennis ball with your imaginary racket between your legs.
- P2: With your feet spread shoulder-width apart, hit a tennis ball overhand with your imaginary racket.
- In both the Classic and Tennis Version routines, the logos for Ubisoft and Just Dance can be seen on the banner, representing ads.
- Water Me is the seventh routine with the Panda as a dancer after C’mon, Timber, I Gotta Feeling, Don’t Stop Me Now (Panda Version), The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody), and Daddy Cool.
- Water Me is the second routine in which the coach constantly changes colors throughout the routine, after Rockafeller Skank.
- However, this is the first time where the coach constantly changes color throughout the entire routine, as Rockafeller Skank’s coach changes color at certain points.
- The coach appears in Just Dance Now when the players runs out of coins.
- The coach from Make It Jingle appears in the background.
- He also appears as P1 in the Tennis Version.
- The coach is less detailed in menu assets.
- The Just Dance 2019 trailers background can be seen on the banner.
- The Classic coach makes a cameo in On Ne Porte Pas Des Sous-Vêtements as an underwear pattern.
- Despite the coach changing colors constantly, the pictograms stay the same color (orange with blue arrows).
- As seen in a promotional image, the coach’s color scheme was different: his mohawk was fuchsia and yellow instead of green and yellow, his outfit was fuchsia and teal instead of light blue and purple, his necklace was purple instead of green and his glove was yellow instead of green.
- In another promotional image, a pictogram with default colors can be seen.
- Some pictograms for the Tennis Version reference American tennis player Andre Agassi in their names.
Official Music Video
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