The routine is a trio of a woman as the lead, and two men as backup dancers.
P1 has short black hair with a pink snorkel. He wears a green and black singlet, a pink flamingo waist float, and red shoes.
P2 has brown hair in a ponytail. She wears yellow sunglasses, a yellow and dark blue striped long sleeve singlet, red high waisted shorts with black palm trees, and heels where one is red and one is green.
P3 has long black hair. He wears a pair of black sunglasses, pink arm floaties, a green Speedo with red stripes, a yellow palm tree necklace, and yellow shoes.
The background is beach inspired. On a pink backdrop, it showcases green surf shacks, giant pineapples, fruits, green portable toilets, pink inflatable flamingos, various umbrellas, beach balls and inflatable palm trees. Sometimes water and fishes appear. At the end of the routine, water floods the scenery, washing away the backup dancers. 
There are 3 Gold Moves for P2, and 2 Gold Moves each for P1 and P3. Each set of Gold Moves are the same for its corresponding dancer. Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3 (P2): Bend your knees take P1 and P3 hands. Gold Moves 1 and 2 (P1 and P3): Give P2 a high-five.
However this is the first of their covers not to have started off as an original song.
This is the second song by an Italian artist to be sung in English, after Satisfaction.
P1's silhouette was used on Facebook as a teaser.
The lead dancer has more Gold Moves than the backup dancers. She has three and the backups each have two. This is the fourth routine to follow this format, after #thatPOWER’s On-Stage mode, The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?) and Happy’s Sing Along.
At the end of the dance, P2 throws a diva tantrum as her backup dancers steal her spotlight.
P3 slightly resembles P1 from Careless Whisper, as both dancers have the same hairstyle and similar facial appearances.
On the Wii version of Just Dance 2016, the background is less detailed in color. For example, at the part where the umbrellas appear in the background, the background color is completely light periwinkle.
This is due to the Wii having less processing power than other consoles.
In the Mashup, the line Stay around returns white after getting highlighted.