The coach is a woman who appears to be a gymnast or ballet dancer. She is wearing orange glittery leggings and a peach long sleeved crop top. During the chorus, her color palette changes and her clothes become indigo and dark pink. At the end, she disintegrates into gold dust.
The background is black and contains flying lit-up dots. The dots spread across the floor and surround the dancer. They are orange when the dancer's mostly orange and purple, and red when the dancer is mostly purple.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same: All Gold Moves: Raise both of your arms, and bring them down while walking to the right.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Mashup: Gold Moves 1 and 3: Bring up both of your hands while kneeling. (Don’t You Worry Child) Gold Moves 2 and 4: Bend your knees while leaning your arm inwards. (Hey Boy Hey Girl)
Because Idealistic does not have pictograms at the start of its routine, new pictograms were created for the coach’s appearance in the Mashup.
However, they do not appear in the Stadium Flow Mashup, in which the same part of that routine is used.
A pictogram of the Classic routine is in the style of Just Dance 2016, where its white outline is thinner than all other pictograms.
There is an error at the end of the routine; when the dancer drops down to the floor, her hair will completely lose detail.
When Hey Boy Hey Girl does his Gold Move in the Mash-Up, the effect and pictogram are late.
If the Gold Move is performed in time with the coach, an "X" will be scored; if the Gold Move is done in time with the late pictogram, a "YEAH" is scored.
In the beginning of the Classic routine the coach is transparent, but at the beginning of the Mashup, she is fully visible.
The Mashup for the song is found in its zip file on the Just Dance Now server.
In the Mashup, whenever Don’t You Worry Child does his Gold Move, the before effect is delayed, but not the after effect. As a result, the before effect sound plays at the same time as the after effect, making the after effect sound extended.
Even though the before effect can be heard, it is not visible. The after effect is still visible, though.