The dancer is a male athlete in football attire. He wears a white and red helmet with headphones, a white shirt with a red '8' on it, a cyan long sleeve, cyan shorts, cyan socks, and white and red checkerboard-patterned shoes. He has blue hair and eyes, which can be clearly seen through his helmet.
The remake could possibly have made the dancer look slightly based off of how he looks in Y.M.C.A.. It features him with a red-and-orange helmet with headphones of the same colors, an orange shirt with a red number '8', and dark green-and-red sleeves and pants. His socks are in a shade of olive, dark green, red and orange and his shoes now have a red and yellow checkerboard pattern.
It appears as a red room with red lines forming a circle, like a football stadium. In the Xbox versions of Just Dance 3/Greatest Hits, they light up, and there are other lines on the floor, flames, and reflections of the dancer on the wall. In Just Dance Now, there are lights on the floor which light up.
From Just Dance 3 onward, there are 4 Gold Moves in this routine: Gold Moves 1 & 2: Put your right arm in front of your face while kneeling. Gold Move 3: Do it similarly to the first two gold moves, only without kneeling and putting your right arm on your forehand. The right arm should be around the chest. As if you had stuck doing the previous moves. Gold Move 4: Open your arms up as if you are surprised. This is the final move of the routine (excluding the moonwalk).
The coach makes a mistake. The other times "It's DARE" is said, he slowly puts his head in his arm and moves his fingers around, but at 2:33 in any gameplay, he is still doing the move from when "It's coming up" is repeated over and over. He then stops and moves his head down a little before continuing as normal.
The helmet worn by the dancer is the same helmet worn in the music video.
If you explore the song's .json file from the Just Dance Now files, you can notice that the name for Gold Move 1, 2 and 3 in the remake is sad_gold. However, Gold Move 3 is a completely different move.
This also happens in the Wii versions of Just Dance 3 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits.
This is the first remade routine in the series to feature three different styles of pictograms:
Just Dance 3 pictograms (from the Just Dance 3 version)
Just Dance 2014 pictograms (from the coach's appearances in Mashups and Party Masters in that game)
Just Dance 2015/2016 pictograms (newly added for the remake)