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Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are two men who are wearing space-like clothing; both of them have two outlines in full opacity that's in black and light blue.
P1 has tall bumpy top hair. He wears a pair of sunglasses, a red necklace, a silver suit with orange bracelets, a black watch, and a pair of silver shoes.
P2 has short black hair. He wears a pair of shades, a gold suit with purple bracelets, a black watch, and a pair of gold shoes.
The background begins in a black room with five doors, which open to different backgrounds. It then burns out to an array of backgrounds from previous songs in the series. Each returning background gets a brief, altered color tone.
- Holding Out for a Hero
- You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
- What Is Love
- Cake By The Ocean
- I Gotta Feeling
- Dragostea Din Tei
- Let's Groove
- Gangnam Style
- Oishii Oishii
- Only You (And You Alone)
- Don't Stop Me Now
- Uptown Funk
- Wherever I Go
- What is Love (Car Version)
- When The Rain Begins To Fall
- She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
- Born This Way
- Love Is All
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Kneel with one leg forward, then stretch your hands forward and shake them and your right leg up and down.
- Don’t Worry is the second track to feature Ray Dalton, after Can’t Hold Us.
- This song was first confirmed by @just_dance_nl on Instagram. However, the post confirming this song was deleted days after it was posted.
- Backgrounds from previous tracks in the series are used for this routine's background. This was also the case with the Panda version of Don’t Stop Me Now and Rock Lobster.
- P1 uses the sunglasses from P2 of Let's Groove.
- "Dirty" and "s**t" are censored.
- During the first part of the bridge, the coaches are seated in the car seen in the car version of What Is Love. This is the first time a dance routine requires sitting down in only one point of the song.
- As of January 31st, 2017, Don't Worry did not appear in the list of songs that are released in Just Dance Now through the link http://api.justdancenow.com/v1/songs/published, although it was actually released the day before.
- As of February 2nd, 2017 this song is back on Just Dance Now.
- When the song was first added to Just Dance Unlimited along with the Remastered Version of Chiwawa, the routines did not have the "NEW" indicators, and the routines were only accessible through the Recommended section.
- This error is still not fixed as of January 31st, 2017, despite the issues being fixed for the Remastered Version of Chiwawa; however, it has been made available through the Unlimited A-E section.
- Don't Worry is the second Duet to be performed by Jerky Jessy and Alexinho Mougeolle, after Groove.
- At the beginning of the routine, when P1 "opens" the doors, the fifth door shows a background that is similar to the background of Fatima.
- In the menu images and the coach selection images, the coaches' light blue outlines is faded, despite the outlines being in full opacity in the actual routine.
- The only repeated background was the classic version of What Is Love.
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