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Just Dance 2021

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Just Dance 2021

Developers: Ubisoft Paris, Ubisoft Pune Production Studio, Ubisoft Shanghai, Ubisoft Bordeaux[1]
Publisher: Ubisoft
Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia
Released internationally: November 12, 2020, November 24, 2020 (PS5/Xbox Series)

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

ProtoIcon.png This game has a prototype article

Just Dance 2021 is the 12th game in the dance game series by Ubisoft. It's also the first entry of the main series to not have a Wii port.

This game was criticized due to its rushed development, some of the maps appear childish yet they aren't in Kids Mode, and many choreos being too easy. In the next game however, it went unbelievably better.


Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info

Unused Songs

Habibi Yaeni

According to the codenames of Yameen Yasar and its alternate, the choreographies for the song and its alternate were initially created for Habibi Yaeni by Orgonite, meaning that it was originally intended to be in the game. However, the song can still be heard when viewing Autodances for Yameen Yasar.

Run The World (Girls)

Run The World (Girls) by Beyoncé was intended to be in the game but was later cut for unknown reasons despite P1 and P2 being used in various promotional material for the game. The song also has an extreme version.

Both versions later appeared in Just Dance 2022 however.

Extreme Version

The Sweet Escape

The Sweet Escape by Gwen Stefani featuring Akon was intended to be in the game but was later cut for unknown reasons. Its normal and golden avatars can be found in the files.

JustDance2021-Sweetescape ava.png JustDance2021-Sweetescape ava gold.png

Codename Oddities

These codenames are different from the song titles in the files. Yameen Yasar (codename mentioned previously) and any song titles with punctuation and spaces that perfectly matches the codename without these will not be included.

Song Title Codename Notes
all the good girls go to hell AllTheGoodGirls
Alexandrie Alexandra Alexandrie "Alexandra" was taken out of its codename.
Bailando Bailando1997 The codename "Bailando" was already used in the song by Enrique Iglesias, which was previously featured in Just Dance 2015.
Boy, You Can Keep It BoyYouCan
Dibby Dibby Sound DibbyDibby
Don't Start Now DontStart
Ice Cream Sorbet The codename is spelled differently than the song title itself, possibly because the routine was recorded before the song was released.
Joone Khodet Joone
Kulikitaka Kuliki Despite the song title being one word, the "taka" part is absent.
Magenta Riddim Magenta
Runaway (U & I) Runaway
The Other Side OtherSideSZA Weirdly enough, the first word in the codename is cut out. Additionally, one of the artist's name in the song was added into the codename because "OtherSide" was already used in the Jason Derulo song, previously from Just Dance 2014.
You've Got a Friend In Me FriendInMe