Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with long straight purple hair. She wears a pink one-piece dress with a purple belt and a blue buckle, purple knee-length boots with an orange edging. She also wears two bracelets on her right hand, each colored orange and purple.
The routine takes place in what looks like a hall with two long staircases. They meet at the top, where a window is located behind the dancer. It later changes to purple neon lights.
There are 6 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Shake your right hand, then bring it down and make your left hand horizontal.
Gold Moves 3 and 5: Jump up with your left hand in front of your face and hit the ground with both hands.
Gold Move 4: Bring both hands up slowly, then put them in front of you quickly.
Gold Move 6: Put both hands in front of your face.
We Can Fly is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Wii 2
- We Can Fly is the most recent song in Just Dance Wii 2, along with Independent Woman.
- Along with I’m Your Man, We Can Fly is the hardest song in the game based on their difficulty rating.
- However, I’m Your Man’s Difficulty and Effort ratings are 3+ and 2 respectively, while the ratings for We Can Fly are both 3+.
- We Can Fly is the only song on Just Dance Wii 2 to contain a 3+ in both the Difficulty and Effort.
- We Can Fly is one of five songs on Just Dance Wii 2 to have a 3+ Effort rating, along with Suirenka, Body & Soul, Pump It, and Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now).
- Some of the pictograms appear before and after the related moves are actually performed.
- The lyrics are not displayed after the last chorus.
- The background is taken from the music video; however, it is colored orange instead of white to prevent the dancer from blending in with it.
- The neon lights from the chorus are part of the coach extraction; without them, the extracted background looks black and plain.
- Due to this, if the player has earned enough "PERFECT"’s or "GOOD"’s to get the "On Fire" feature, its effect will disappear until the choruses are over because the coach extraction covers them.
- During Gold Moves 3-6, a salmon colored silhouette appears behind the dancer and disappears when the Gold Move is performed.
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