The dancer is a man with short black hair. He is wearing a blue fedora, a grey hoodie, black jeans, blue shoes, and a yellow glove. He resembles Pharrell Williams. He has a cyan outline.
The dancer is a man with short brown hair. He is wearing sunglasses, blue denim jacket, a yellow shirt (briefly seen), blue jeans, black and yellow sneakers, and a yellow glove. He resembles Robin Thicke. He also has a cyan outline.
The Extreme dancer is a woman with long black hair in a ponytail. She is wearing black sunglasses, gold hoop earrings, a long sleeve crop top, navy blue sweat pants, a gold belt, gray shoes, and a blue glove. She resembles one of the dancers from the music video. She has an orange outline.
P1 is JUSTMAXWII in real life wearing a brown vest over a black shirt. He also wears a brown belt over a pair of long black pants.
P2 is Michi in real life wearing a white short dress and a pair of glass slippers.
Different shapes and colors, ranging from green to apricot and yellow to red. Gray versions of female dancers, as listed below, from the same game (except for Man Down) make appearances in the routine.
The Extreme version's background is in the style of all the other Extreme versions. The colors flashing are mostly blue, along with purple and yellow.
The routine takes place inside an ordinary room; there is a wall with lights behind the two dancers. A shadow also appears behind the two dancers.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine. Gold Move 1: At the line "You're the hottest ... in this place," shake both of your arms. Gold Moves 2 and 3: At the lines "Get up-a" and "What you don't like work," rub your right leg with your right arm.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Moves 2 and 3
Gold Moves 2 and 3 in-game
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Extreme routine. Gold Moves 1, 2 and 4: At the line "I hate these blurred lines," throws your hands out quickly. Gold Move 3: At the line "What you don't like work," make a square with your arms, with your right hand closest to your face.
The Extreme coach's hair gets in her face in the beginning of the song.
Fine China appears at the end of the Mashup. However, when the background switches colour changes, Fine China is still seen concluding the routine.
The game files for the background dancers reveal an unknown coach to be under the codename mandown, revealing that Man Down was supposed to be in Just Dance 2014. Man Down's choreography was later discovered in Just Dance Now files.
This song is the first one to have a fanmade alternate mode with the real dancers dancing to the song without any edits made to the dancers' skin tone.
The fanmade routine has no Gold Moves.
It is the second routine (barring Just Dance routines and Mashups) not to have Gold Moves, after Jailhouse Rock’s Line Dance (which received Gold Moves in its Just Dance Unlimited release).
When viewing an Autodance of this song, P1 from Turn Up the Love (Classic) appears on the bottom left corner, but he does not appear in the background.
On the coach selection menu, P2 makes the same pose to The Way (P1).
If you look closely on the Fanmade routine, both coaches mess up on some moves.
For example, a pictogram showed P2 going down but she did not (this mistake can be seen during 2:03 of the video for the fanmade routine). Although, this could just be a pictogram error instead.
Plus, at 1:40 you can notice that P1 starts the move a bit later than P2. This shows that he could have slightly forgotten the routine.
As seen in the Just Dance Now files, the square for the fanmade routine was not meant to have a border.
Sometimes, P2's T-shirt accidentally turns white.
Sometimes, a glitch will occur; when playing the Extreme version of the song, the dancer will freeze up while playing the routine. However, the lyrics, background and pictograms will not freeze up and you can still be able to earn points.
Furthermore, the coach's ankle sometimes disappears, the feet create a black hole when they are close to each other and the glove gets black in some parts of the routine.
If you look at the Pictogram names for the Fanmade routine in the Just Dance Now files, you can see that one of the Pictograms is inappropriately named "justmaxbl_kinky.msm".
In Just Dance Unlimited, the border which is visible in the Fanmade routine was updated to match with the borders visible in Turn Up the Love and We No Speak Americano's Fanmade routines. However, the routine currently still uses the old border on Just Dance Now.
When the Alternate version of the song was first added to Just Dance Unlimited, the original game was mistakenly written as Just Dance 2015, instead of Just Dance 2014.
A pictogram in the Fanmade version has some white pixels in the middle.
On the NTSC game cover, Pharrell Williams is simply credited as "Pharrell".