The dancer is an electronics girl, with pink hair, and she wears a golden dress with a pink heart in the middle that has a pink line coming from the heart. She also wears golden strapped heels.
The dancer wears the same dress, but she is now seen with a purple denim vest over her dress. Her hair is purple at the tips and appears to be straighter. She is now wearing golden sneakers with pink laces.
The dancer performs inside what appears to be a smartphone. The phone background is orange/pink with swirls on it. Also, orange apps are noticeable, and they play a big part in the dance routine. When the chorus appears, emoticons and symbols can be seen "raining" down. The alternate mode has the same background, but the movement of the apps are different. When both routines end, the phone runs out of battery making the background completely black with a red low battery sign. Also, before the dance zooms in on the smartphone, a book with the lyrics from the song can be seen.
There are 5 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Bang your fist in the air fast once. Gold Move 3: Hold your arms out. Gold Move 4: Wipe your hands away from your face with your palms facing the screen. Gold Move 5: Put your hand in a phone-talking pose fast.
Gold Moves 1 and 2
Gold Moves 1 and 2 in-game
Gold Move 3
Gold Move 3 in-game
Gold Move 4
Gold Move 4 in-game
Gold Move 5
Gold Move 5 in-game
There is 1 Gold Move in the Alternate routine:
Gold Move: Do the phone-talking pose, but "throw the phone away" and jump with your right hand stretched out.
On the Wii version from time to time, the dancer will glitch after a help screen to the coach of Umbrella.
The pictograms for the Classic routine have a very thin pink outline between the regular white outline and the yellow part on the inside, making the 3D effect even more visible. This is the only time this has happened in the series.
This song is the first song to receive both a Battle Mode and a Puppet/Party Master Mode.