Some of us would admit to playing Just Dance in the privacy of our own homes. I'm not saying I would, mind you—certainly not on the internet. But these poor folks had to dance day after day for the duration of E3 to promote Just Dance 3 for the PS3 and Xbox 360. So let's give 'em a round of applause. Just, no handshakes, please: they're bound to be too gross and sweaty.
They Came To E3 To Dance—Just Dance
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