Just Dance Talent Search Contest Announced

Sat, May 8, 2010

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On Thursday Ubisoft announced the Just Dance Talent Search. Three winners of the Talent Search contest, one each in France, the United Kingdom and the United States, will have their choreography featured in the upcoming Just Dance sequel.

Ways to enter the contest are different depending on where you are located. For fans in the UK, registering for auditions is as easy as filling out a form online with your name, date of birth, email, and phone number. Stipulations are that you must be over 16 years old and available for travel June 8-9. You can find the form and full terms and conditions at the Just Dance UK Facebook page. UK auditions will be held in London on May 29th.

For US fans, auditions are a little less personal. To enter the contest, fans will have to film themselves dancing for at least 60 seconds to the song ‘Proud Mary’ by Ike and Tina Turner. The videos will then have to be uploaded to YouTube and submitted through the Just Dance Game Facebook page. The winner will be determined by amount of votes their video receives and will be announced on May 24th. Entrants must be available for travel June 8-9 and have a valid US passport.

Unfortunately the instructions for the France contest are in French but can be found here. The grand prize for each location looks to be the same: a free trip to Paris for you and a friend, two days spent at Ubisoft Studios integrating your moves into the game, and transformation into the Just Dance guest choreographer for the next game. Time for entries is limited, so make sure to check out the rules for your area and enter while you still can.

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