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Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are two women (P1 and P4) and two men (P2 and P3). They resemble disco nightclub dancers in the 70s.
- Long purple hair with ringlet curls
- A long sleeved scoop-necked orange top with blue collar
- Blue and purple belt
- Blue and orange shorts
- Blue knee-high boots
- Short purple hair
- Blue jumpsuit with red and purple trim
- Purple shoes
- An afro
- Purple long sleeved shirt with orange collar
- Purple pants
- Orange boots
- Poofy purple hair
- A teal & red wrap-around top
- A red and teal skirt
- Turquoise sandals
In the remake, the coaches' have a thin blue outline and their faces are less visible.
The area in which the routine takes place in is mostly orange and red. It has some orange-and-red clouds with a big orange sun and some red stars, in front of an orange wall.
There are 4 Gold Moves for each player in the routine:
Gold Moves 1 & 2: Blow a kiss by placing your hands on your mouth and moving your arms outward.
Gold Move 3: Lower your arms.
Gold Move 4: Pose accordingly. This is the final move of the routine.
- This is the first second by Earth, Wind & Fire in the series; it is followed by Let’s Groove and September.
- They are all covered.
- The background was going to be different.
- At the end of the song, P1's hair is seen to be messed up.
- If you look close enough. P1 can be seen lip-synching the chorus
- This is the first Dance Crew routine to end with a Gold Move. It is followed by Wild Wild West, Kiss You, #thatPOWER, Tetris, Macarena, Bang Bang, Circus, No Control and Irish Meadow Dance.
- The cover is shorter than the original by 1 minute and 20 seconds. It also has a faster tempo.
- The background is a reference to the 70s show Soul Train.
- The song’s Just Dance Now files show the first Gold Moves were not originally supposed to be Gold Moves.
- On the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, all of the "kiss" Gold Moves are scored for all players simultaneously even though they are only performed by one coach at a time. This gives the routine a total of 10 Gold Moves instead of 4. This was corrected in Just Dance Unlimited on camera consoles.
- The song’s square and half-coaches for the remake show all the coaches with no gloves, even though the gloves appear in the actual routine.
- There are some missing pictograms in the routine.
- The Just Dance 2014 version of P3's avatar was supposed to have a purple collar.
- Also P3's avatar has purple glasses which that coach didn't wear in both the original and the remake, and it does not have the coach's moustache.
- There is an error with the Just Dance 2017 cover, where part of P4's elbow is cropped off.