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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man who appears to be a gas station cashier. He has a black beard and wears a lime green cap, a red shirt with a green line, a purple tank top underneath, blue jeans, and green Converse sneakers. He stuffs a green bandanna in his pocket early in the routine.
The background is a gas station in a dry, rural land that supposedly resembles Texas. The tires move to the beat of the song. The background also transitions to day and night as the song progresses.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, in which they are all the same:
All Gold Moves: Place your left arm under your right arm and freeze.
- Bailar is the nineteenth Spanish-language song in the main series.
- The version of Bailar used in the game is its music video edit.
- This is the shortest song in Just Dance 2017, lasting 2 minutes and 40 seconds.
- Beyoncé and Rihanna are referenced in the lyrics.
- Que la cosa is misspelled as Eh la cosa, De abajo is misinterpreted as Deorro and Fachino poledance is written as She know how dance. Ven conmigo does not appear at all.
- Bailar is one of the songs selected for the digital qualifications of Just Dance 2016 World Cup.
- The avatar was initially supposed to have a blue outline instead of a purple one.