The dancer is a male that is dressed like a cowboy; he wears a red-green sombrero, a brown jacket and brown pants and red spurs.
In the remake, only a few changes were made. He is more realistic and he has a lighter color scheme.
It strongly resembles an oasis in a desert (which is a reference to Las Vegas); there are cacti in the background and a lit neon sign board.
There are 4 Gold Moves which exist for this routine. However, in Just Dance: Greatest Hits, this number drops to 2.
Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3: "Shoot" the ground with your gun fingers before the start of the third verse.
Gold Move 4: Put your imaginary guns back into their imaginary holders.
Viva Las Vegas is featured in the following Mashups:
Viva Las Vegas appears in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Mexican Guns
- Tex Mex Rodeo
- Viva Sombrero
- In the Just Dance 2 version, Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3 come instantly one after the over. They can be described as separate moves if you watch a person perform the song. When the gold moves comes along, and you get a YEAH!, the YEAH! bubble moves in and out 3 times, like 3 normal moves would. However, only one pictogram describes 3 gold moves which may be confusing, and is only counted as a single gold moves on the Greatest Hits Version.
- This dancer is in Y.M.C.A. as P3 in Just Dance 2014 with a recolored palette and slightly modified costume.
- Y.M.C.A. reuses some dance moves from this dancer.
- The dancer has an avatar available in Just Dance 2014; you can get it along with Troublemaker's mashup in May.
- This is the second song by Elvis Presley in the series, after A Little Less Conversation. It is followed by Jailhouse Rock.
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