Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl who resembles a child. She has neon pink hair tied with red bows in two pigtails, and she wears a red-and-magenta one-piece dress which includes a frilly blouse and a bow. She also wears a pair of red socks within her pink slippers.
In the remake, the coach has a different color palette. Her hair is now red and her bow is now yellow. She now wears a pink and orange one-piece dress. Her slippers are now red and her socks are now orange.
The background shows blue and light blue alternating stripes and a black floor.
In the remake, the floor reflects the wall, which is more animated. The lines illuminate and follow the coach's moves.
- The final few seconds of the song are cut, rendering the length down from 3:14 to just under three minutes.
- Bebe is the second song with a backround that changes colors, the first was Groove Is in the Heart.
- During the bridge, vulgar words are exchanged over the phone although they are censored. It was already censored in the song before its addition into Just Dance.
- This makes it the first song with censorship in the whole series. However, it's not censored properly, because later games use warp sounds and three dots (except for Just Dance 3, where the censored word is not written at all), while this one does not - it uses the traditional "bleep". However, this is actually part of the song, unlike most other songs in the series with censored words.
- None of the lines in that verse are shown in the lyrics.
- The Just Dance square has a mistake, the red parts of the dancer are pink and vice versa. Also, the dancer's bow is not visible.
- Most original Just Dance tracks feature the sound of drumsticks just before the song starts. Here, instead of drumstick, clapping is heard. This is the only song to have a clapping sound effect as opposed to drumsticks.
- In the Just Dance Now remake, the hair is glitchy and some parts of it turn white sometimes.
- Also, the dancer's hands and legs sometimes have dark pink marks on them. The marks on the right hand sometimes form a fingerless glove.
- There are two lyric errors: "Two texts in a row" is misinterpreted with "Two days in a row" and "sugar" is misspelled as "sugah".