The coach is a woman with short orange hair. She wears a headband with light blue flowers, a white tank top (which is very hard to see) with a bright orange crest on it, orange shorts with a long flowing orange skirt attached, and a pair of orange heels. At parts of the song, the dancer inverts in color.
The routine takes place in rocky valley during a starry night with mountains showing on the back, and candles appearing on the floor. Some disco-balls can be also seen completing the floor pattern with the candles.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine: Gold Moves 1, 2, and 3: Swing both of your arms from left to right in a half circle motion. Gold Move 4: Take both of your arms from the previous position and quickly move them to the opposite sides. This is the final move of the routine.
As such, this is the first song by Ellie Goulding that is in the main tracklist and not as downloadable content. It is followed by Lights.
"Hell" is censored.
The dress flowing effect was probably made with a mild wind machine, and effects were added to make it look like it was attached to her hands during the bridge.
It is very hard to see, but the dancer is actually wearing a white tank top., hence why the dancers skin tone is more flesh colored. This is more visible in an HD photo or video.
Despite the popular suggestion that she switches colors during the bridge, the colors are actually inverted.
Ubisoft used to tease songs that would be featured in the next Just Dance game before their confirmation by posting pictures that are shadows of dancers. When the link was clicked people would be directed to the official Just Dance game site. Every link had a marker - the link from teasing picture of this song had this one: ?utm_campaign=dm_9Jun2014_jd2015_e3trackteaseburn - the end of this marker made this song leaked.
The lights form a flower which resembles Rapunzel's flower from Tangled.
This was the first song to be announced for Just Dance 2015, being announced along with the game itself.