"What Is Love" (Car Version) is playable on Just Dance 2017, where the routine can be unlocked by paying 2,000 Mojocoins on 8th-gen consoles and PC, and through normal gameplay on 7th-gen consoles. The routine also appears on 舞力全开2017, where it can be unlocked by paying 2000 Mojocoins. It also appears on Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited.
- 1 Appearance of the Dancers
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancers
P1 is man with black hair. He is wearing a pair of cyan sunglasses, a green and pink shirt with blue flamingos, and a cyan watch.
P2 is a man with black shoulder length hair and a beard. He is wearing a pair of red sunglasses, a black watch, a golden necklace, a purple tank top, and a cyan green blazer jacket.
The dancers are sitting in car. It starts off with the text "WHAT is love" on a black screen until it cuts to the two dancers in an urban neighborhood. As the song goes into the first verse, and through the rest of the song, they are seen going through a city at night with various neon lights on the buildings. It appears as if the dancers are actually driving. After Gold Move 4, the logo from the beginning cutscene appears a second time as the routine ends.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 4: Throw both of your hands to the air as if you are saying "Why?!!"
Gold Move 2:
- P1: Pretend to drive a car.
- P2: Move your arms like the car is going to crash.
Gold Move 3: Same as Gold Move 2, but P1 does P2's Gold Move and vice versa.
What Is Love (Car Version) is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- All Songs S-Z
- Easy Peasy Party
Just Dance Unlimited
- Easy Peasy Party
- Unlimited S-Z
Main article: What Is Love#General
- What Is Love is the second song to feature a Car Version, after Teacher.
- The head bobbing movement that is used in the Car Version is a reference to a skit on television’s long-running Saturday Night Live called "The Roxbury Guys" (the basis for A Night at the Roxbury), where Chris Kattan’s and Will Ferrell’s characters bob their heads in unison to the song throughout the duration of each sketch.
- The menu icon was slightly different, showing some more light effects on the city in the background.
- The routine was released on April 27, 2017 on Just Dance Now, along with those for Sorry and Cheap Thrills, and they could be regularly earned for 100 coins (although alternate routines usually require a VIP pass to be played). All of these routines were removed after a few hours.
- What Is Love (Car Version) and Hips Don’t Lie (Sumo Version) cannot be played on the World Dance Floor on 8th-generation consoles.
Behind the Scenes
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