Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with lavender hair and a gold dress with shoulder pads. There are two ribbons on each of her wrists which dangle to her movements. During the chorus, her hair turns into a darker shade of purple and is tied in a braid. She is also then seen in a wine-purple woolly sleeveless leotard. There are two unconnected sleeves on both her arms. There is also a golden ribbon which curls around her left leg, and she is seen in a pair of dark pink high heels. During the entire routine, she can be seen casting with a dark pink aura surrounding her body.
The routine takes place in a desert at night. Holograms of the dancer in golden and purple flames also show up near the dancer herself. What seems to be Northern lights can also be seen with the dunes. During the chorus, flashing shapes and patterns can be seen lighting up the darkness, which revolve around her. At the bridge, colorful, wavy lines appear and swirl around the dancer.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Circle your arms rapidly in a counterclockwise direction.
Gold Move 3: Place your arm upwards.
Gold Move 4: Place the right arm near your face, and the left around your chest.
- Wu Niang is the first song by Jolin Tsai in the series.
- Wu Niang is the first song that The Girly Team has covered outside of the main series.
- It is the ninth song that is performed or covered by The Girly Team in the franchise.
- Though the original title was written in Traditional Chinese (舞孃) (as Jolin is a Taiwan-based musician), the title used in-game is in Simplified Chinese (舞娘).
- In the Xbox One version of the game, the cover by The Girly Team is used. However, in the PS4 version, the original version by Jolin Tsai is used instead.
- In the lyrics, there is a formatting error: there is one line where the Chinese character "为" is only displayed as a rectangle; in the PS4 version, it is displayed as a question mark.
- The coach is affected by many glitches: for example, her eyes turn black if her hand is close to them, and, in the bridge, her back slightly becomes light blue and her left shoe becomes white.
- The coach’s glove appears on her left hand in the coach selection image.
- In the Just Dance Now files, there are two unused pictograms, one of which is a non-golden version of Gold Move 4.
- There is also a placeholder that shows an unedited version of C2 over an early background.
- Wu Niang’s preview in the justdancenow.com link shows a video with a Chinese woman dancing to the routine; behind her, there is a television screen playing the music video for the song.
- The cover version is used in the video, and the audio is off-sync from the video by a few seconds.
Official Music Video/Audio
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