Livin' la Vida Loca
Spiel(e) Just Dance 4
Classic Mode only
Just Dance Wii U
Just Dance Unlimited
Künstler Ricky Martin
Jahr 1999
Schwierigkeitsgrad 3/3 (Hard) (JD4, including Mashup)
Easy (JDWU)
Anzahl der Gold Moves 5
Anzahl der Shake Moves
der/s Tänzer(s)
Mashup Only on Wii U & PS3
Alternative Tänze
Modus des Tanzes Solo
Piktogramm Farbe Orange
Glove Farbe Green
Songtexte Farbe Red
Anzahl der Piktogramme 134 (Classic)
101 (Mashup)
Quellcode Namen
Tänzer Thibaut Orsoni

"Livin' la Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin is featured on Just Dance 4 and Just Dance Wii U.


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The dancer is a man with the following features:

  • He has a close resemblance to "Zorro".
  • An orange long-sleeve shirt
  • A beige vest
  • A light green belt
  • Beige pants
  • Black leather boots
  • Sky blue outline


A moving carriage with many bags on a road in a desert. During the second part of the verses, many wooden boards are on the sides of the road, and, in the chorus, a lot of smoke covers it.

Gold Moves

There are 5 Gold Moves in the routine:

Gold Moves 1 and 3: Open both of your arms when.
Gold Move 2: Act like a "matador" and throw both of your arms to the right side of you.
Gold Move 4: Open your arms wider than the first and third gold move.
Gold Move 5: Bow forth, with your right arm on your stomach. This is the final move of the routine.

Dance Quests

  • One player gets 3 stars
  • One player gets 5 stars
  • Get 5 stars on the Dance Mash-Up
  • Get all Gold Moves
  • Get the "Creative" Dance style
  • Get GOOD when "Upside inside out" is sung


Livin' la Vida Loca has a Mashup exclusive to the PS3 and Wii U versions of the game.


(No repeats)


Livin' la Vida Loca has a battle against Rock n' Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain). For the battle, click here.

Appearances in Mashups

Livin' la Vida Loca is featured in the following Mashups:


  • This is the first song by Ricky Martin in the series; it is followed by María in Just Dance 2014.
  • After the Classic routine ends, sometimes on the Wii, Super Bass appears in the Final Score menu instead of the appropriate dancer.
  • This is the sixth Spanish song in the series, after Boom, Mamasita, Jambo Mambo, Aserejé (The Ketchup Song) and I Like It.
  • This is the second song from Shrek 2. It's preceded by Funkytown and is followed by Holding Out for a Hero.
  • The Pictograms to the Mashup begin flashing as soon as the purple transference screen flashes.
  • Starting with the line "Gotta gotta la vida loca", the lyrics aren't highlighted.
    • However, this doesn't apply to the Xbox 360.




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