The dancer is a woman dressed in 1950s fashion. She wears a blue-turquoise bustier, pink high waisted pants with a black belt, orange heels and mixed red-and-orange hair. Her outfit changes colors in the chorus; a pink-and-orange bustier, green high waisted pants, fuchsia heels, and her hair turns blue and purple. She has a blue outline.
Flower & Bee Version
The dancers are a bee and a flower.
P1 wears a large bumblebee costume with large black circular glasses, pink antennas, a red polka dot bow tie, a striped leg warmer, and pink shoes.
P2 wears a flower costume. The flower is red and yellow and the stem is bright green. Her leaves are her arms and she grows out of an orange flower pot, even though she still hops.
The background is mainly brightly colored panels. The first displayed set is blue and purple, featuring four bass strings and female dancers in polka dot dresses. It switches to an orange circular background, with pebbles and lines bouncing with the song, and the backup dancers will occasionally appear doing poses similar to the main dancer. It changes to a green linear background during the chorus, and occasionally holes will pop up showing a backup dancer doing one of various poses. In the chorus, the backup dancer only appears whenever a backup voice sings.
Flower & Bee Version
The alternate background is a sunny outdoor setting. The dancers stand on a large orange and pink mushroom. During the chorus, the mushroom grows up to the clouds and flowers are visible.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Classic routine, both of which are the same: Both Gold Moves: Cross your arms and then throw them into the air.
Both Gold Moves
Both Gold Moves in-game
Flower & Bee Version
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Flower & Bee Version, both of which are the same: Both Gold Moves: P1, tap your hips with your right hand; P2, make a T-pose by your neck.
All About That Bass has a Mashup with the theme, Divas which can be unlocked for 1000 Mojo Coins (or 20 Mojo Coins on the Wii). It is only for eighth generation consoles and the Wii. It features over-the-top female dancers.
The Radio Disney version of the song is used in-game. Due to "booty" and its other variations being censored often, this version replaces many lines. The Radio Disney version replaces "I can shake it shake it" with "I'mma make it make it"; "I've got that boom boom that all the boys chase" with "I got them smooth moves they say I look great"; "I've got all the right junk in all the right places" with "I'll be that star on all them big stages"; "s**t" with "it"; "booty" with "beauty"; "a little more booty to hold at night" with "the girls for the beauty they hold inside"; "skinny b***hes" with "haters" and "No, I'm just playing I know you think you're fat" with "Just so you know I'm gonna be tweetin' that".
The background dancers in the Classic routine highly resemble both Bebe and Maps.
All About That Bass and Want To Want Me are the only songs revealed at E3 to not feature an interview with the Just Dance team.
P1 from the Alternate routine can be seen lip-syncing the lyrics at some points.
The routine uses some of the moves from the music video.
The glove glitches out sometimes and is purplish-orange or orange-purple.
There is a glitch where sometimes the hair disappears into the dancer's skin.
It may even pass through it and come out at another place, like the face or chest.
In fact, a part of the coach's mouth becomes purple at a certain point.
The #June15 teaser reads "Shake it, shake it, like you're supposed to do", while the in-game lyrics are "Make it, make it, like I'm supposed to do".
The dancer and the backup dancers resemble a few girls in the All About That Bass music video.
The background takes inspiration from the song's music video.
The dancer was teased through a silhouette posted on Facebook.
The final pictograms have a different color scheme than the preview.
The song's square was slightly different in the E3 demo; the background was the same as the final version, but it was green and the coach was more zoomed out.
This coach appears in the icon of Dance Party, along with some other dancers from the game.
In the lyrics, I'mma (in I'mma make make it, like I'm supposed to do) is misspelled as ima, Tell all them haters that appears as Tell them haters that (without all), and You know you like this bass is not in the lyrics.
The Classic coach reappears as a silhouette in Wherever I Go's background.
On the Wii version of Just Dance 2016, sometimes the game will glitch and will make the song audio repeat the word because constantly when the Classic routine is being played. This glitch disappears after the routine ends.