Just Dance 2023 Edition Partners with Eurovision Song Contest for Season 2

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Season 2 of Just Dance 2023 Edition is here and making things more exciting is the collaboration with Eurovision Song Contest. The Showdown with Eurovision Song Contest starts today, May 9, and it introduces four Eurovision-branded maps and rewards to the game. There will also be new songs from past participants and playlists available on the Just Dance+streaming service.

Here are the songs and playlists release calendar:

  • New Eurovision songs (available on Just Dance+ permanently)
    • May 9: "Slo Mo" by Chanel
    • May 17: "Give That Wolf a Banana" by Subwoolfer
    • May 25: Surprise track
    • June 22: "Trenulețul" by Advahov Brothers and Zdob și Zdub
  • "The Greatest Show!" Playlist (available starting on May 9; free for a week in Just Dance and available on Just Dance+ until the end of the season)
    • "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen
    • "Te Dominar" by Daya Luz
    • "Human" by Sevdaliza
    • "Just Dance" by Lady Gaga ft. Colby O'Donis
    • "SloMo" by Chanel
    • "Locked Out of Heaven" by Bruno Mars
    • "Danger! High Voltage" by Electric Six
  • "Eurovision Song Contest" Playlist (available starting on June 15 on Just Dance+ until the end of the season)
    • "Waterloo" by ABBA
    • "TOY" by Netta
    • "UNO" by Little Big
    • "Think About Things" by Daði Freyr
    • "Satellite" by Lena Meyer-Landrut
    • "Flash (Just Dance Version)" by Bilal Hassani with Sulivan Gwed, Paola Locatelli and Sundy Jules
    • "MA ITU" by Stella Mwangi
    • "Showdown" Playlist (available July 6 on Just Dance+ permanently)
    • "Slo Mo" by Chanel
    • "Trenulețul" by Advahov Brothers and Zdob și Zdub
    • "Give That Wolf a Banana" by Subwoolfer
    • Surprise track

Season 2: Showdown with Eurovision ends July 12.

The Eurovision Song Contest is the largest live music event in the world, organized annually by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). The competition has every participating member broadcaster of the EBU send a new song to represent their nation. It has taken place each year since 1956 except for 2020 when the event was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. A total of 27 countries have won the competition at least once.

For the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, it's going to be held in Liverpool with 37 broadcasters expected to participate. The BBC is hosting on Ukraine's behalf.

Just Dance 2023 Edition is available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.

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