The coach is a man who resembles a partying young adult. He is in a pair of blue stone-wash jeans, a blue button-up shirt, and a sleeveless vest jacket. His hair is black and styled in the same way Justin Bieber wore his hair in 2012. He wears a pair of leather black boots. When the electronic part hits, his shirt changes from blue to dark yellow.
The background is a nighttime city with stars shooting around. The avatar is dancing on a light up ground in the high sky. When the electronic part begins, the background turns into a kind of bokeh lights and yellow lines patterns.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine; in Just Dance 4, there are 5 Gold Moves:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Move your right arm forward and slowly down. Gold Move 3: Bounce your arms outward. Gold Move 4 (Just Dance 4 only/Party Master Modes): Bend your right arm near the head. Gold Move 5: Move your right arm straight and up. This is the final move of the routine.
There is a glitch in its Uplay mashup on Just Dance 4 where two of the songs play at the same time.
In the Mashup, the dancer from the Extreme Version of Good Feeling does not turn black during such a part of his routine, like he did in the original.
As of Just Dance 2014, the coach of this song is used for placeholder images for when image assets are loading.
The coach’s shirt in the Just Dance 2014 image assets are teal instead of light blue, despite the fact that the shirt is still light blue in the actual routine.
In Just Dance 4, "But I gotta keep an eye out for Selener" is misinterpreted as "But I gotta keep an eye out for Selena".
The avatar’s hair and vest collar for Just Dance 2015 and onward has been updated make it match with the coach more.
Additionally, the avatar’s hair color is also brown, instead of dark blue.
In the Just Dance 4 Wii U exclusive title screen, the coach for this routine presents with a pinkish-red glove instead of a yellow glove, implying that the coach was going to have a red glove during development.