A woman with orange curly hair, an orange and yellow blouse, yellow and orange diagonal stripe shorts, an orange bracelet, and orange strappy heels.
In the remake, her shirt is in mint and orange with a few traces of lavender.
A man with short orange and yellow hair, orange sunglasses, a red and white jacket with an orange shirt, red pants, and white shoes.
In the remake, his shirt is in a light shade of purple and white with orange highlights. The yellow stripe in his hair is now mint.
The routine takes place on a beach, which consists of purple silhouettes of palm trees, a watermelon, a green popsicle, sand and water. At four points during the routine, a piece of candy is seen hanging from the sky to act as a limbo bar.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine: Gold Moves 1 and 2: Throw your right arm up. Gold Move 3: Jump while throwing your right arm up. This is the final move of the routine.
Gold Moves 1 and 2
Gold Move 3
Gold Moves 1 and 2 in-game
Gold Move 3 in-game
The Mashup has 3 Gold Moves, which are the same as the Classic Version: Gold Moves 1 and 2: Throw your right arm up. Gold Move 3: Jump while throwing your right arm up. This is the final move of the routine.
P2 messes up on a move (it can be seen at 2:09 in the video below) and P1 almost messes up on another move (at 1:13).
This is the first unlockable song in the game, but it takes a long time to unlock the Mashup.
If you look at Just Dance Now files for this song, you can notice that their original pictograms are separated, so this proves that duet pictograms were going to slide from different directions in Just Dance 3.
There are two pictogram errors in all games the song appears in: one after Gold Move 1 and one after Gold Move 2 (one of them can also be seen in the Just Dance 3 picture below). In both, the colors are reversed.
In the Just Dance 3 version of the routine, both players undergo a forced backwards movement. It can be seen well if slowed down.
The remade version, instead, has a forced movement at the beginning that pulls P1 to the center of the screen.