"You Never Can Tell" by Chuck Berry (covered by A. Caveman & The Backseats in-game) was going to be featured on Just Dance 2015 but it was removed for unknown reasons. It later made an official appearance on Just Dance 2016, Just Dance Now, and Just Dance Unlimited.
Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by a cavewoman and a caveman.
Just Dance 2015 (Beta)
In Just Dance 2015, it can be seen that both of the dancers' skins were in a darker white and looked more realistic.
P1 was going to wear a dark brown leopard skin toga and some dark brown leopard skin leg warmers, a bracelet, and a necklace with yellow dinosaur teeth. He also had a beard.
P2, a woman, who also had black hair, was going to wear a yellow bone accessory for her hair and bra, an yellow bracelet, and had a orange fluffy skirt, bra, and boots with yellow lines.
In Just Dance 2016, the dancers have different and lighter color schemes.
P1’s hair, bracelet, toga, leg warmers, and tie are now lightly colored, and the dinosaur teeth on his necklace are now red.
P2’s hair is now lighter, and her bra, skirt, and boots are now golden. Also, the bone accessories on her hair and bra are now red, along with her bracelet.
Just Dance 2015 (Beta)
From what can be seen in the square found in the files, the background was set to take place in a house made out of rock. There was a TV, a pinkish-purple leopard carpet on the floor, a fireplace, and a plaque with a green cartoonish dinosaur head. Also, there is some sort of light that can be seen behind P2 in the square, which was possibly the exit for the house or was a window.
The background is black with brightly colored neon caveman drawings.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: P1, put your right hand in your head. P2, lift your right leg, put your right arm in your chin and touch P1 with your other hand. This is done from P1 to P2.
You Never Can Tell is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- The Best of ‘60s & ‘70s!
- All Songs S-Z
- You Never Can Tell is the first song by A. Caveman and the Backseats in the series.
- This is the second post-Just Dance 3 song to be remade for another game, after We Can't Stop.
- Bruce Springsteen is mistakenly credited for the song on the YouTube version of Just Dance (Original Creations & Covers from the Video Game).
- Some menu assets for the routine can be found in the game files.
- When downloading a downloadable track in Just Dance 2015, the album coach appear along with others from the same game.
- The menu icon can be seen on the Playlists icon, as well as during Autodance, saving and sharing, and downloading content.
- In the Just Dance Now files, an un-detailed golden and diamond version of P2’s avatar can be found.
- The Gold Move pictograms have an orange outline instead of a golden one.
- P2’s avatar on Just Dance 2016 still has black hair, although the coach’s hair has actually been changed to dark brown.
- Additionally, the avatar’s outline color is red, while the coach’s outline is magenta in the routine, and its facial features are slightly lowered.
- This is the only song from Just Dance 2016 to not have its background available in the fankit that Ubisoft released.
- In the film "Keeping Up with the Joneses", both Jeff and Karen Gafney (Zach Galifinakis and Isla Fisher) dance to this choreography.
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