The dancer is a woman. She has a pink and dark blue dress. Her hair is the same color as her dress. She also has spikes on her sleeves. She wears black platform high heels and a purple spiked arm bracelet on her left wrist. Her outline is purple.
The routine takes place inside a trippy blue room with glowing colors (possibly electric wires). At the chorus the room goes black with some sparkles. During the bridge, the background turns gray and distorts.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine: Gold Moves 1 & 2: Put your hands on your legs and shake your body. Gold Move 3: Lower your hands and bend down.
The coach makes a cameo in the background of Just Dance.
There is an avatar for the dancer on every game. In Just Dance 4, you can get it via the Wheel of Prizes. In Just Dance 2014, it must be purchased with 5 Mojocoins. In Just Dance 2015, you need saved data from previous games.
However, on the Wii U version of Just Dance 4, there is no need to unlock the avatar, as all avatars including the one for this song is unlocked from the start (unlike other consoles where every avatar except this one is unlocked).
The coach is on the cover of the PAL box art in the center.
There is a Rabbid version of Disturbia’s avatar in Just Dance 2017 that has the designs and hair of the coach.
This avatar appears on Just Dance’s wrapping paper as part of Ubisoft's 30-year anniversary advent calendar.
S**t is censored. The censorship is part of the music video.
The dancer has a lightning on her face on the PAL box art, but it appears as a triangle in the actual game.
This was one of the first songs on Just Dance 4 to be revealed.
This song was originally going to have a completely different choreography, as seen in a Behind The Scenes interview.