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Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by a trio of three elderly men.
P1 has rown hair and a beard. He wears a brown fedora, large black glasses a bright red jacket, a brown diamond vest, red pants and brown shoes. He holds a brown cane at the beginning and the end of the routine.
P2 has brown hair tied up. He wears large black glasses, a blue track jacket, a red polo shirt, olive green pants, blue socks and black loafers.
P3 has brown beret over his brown hair. He wears a polo with black, pink, and blue rhombuses, brown shorts, pink sock and brown shoes.
The background is an orange autumn-day park. The dancers are sitting on a bench. The tree background bears similarities to that of Beat Match Until I'm Blue and Cardiac Caress. A playground set consisting of a slide, a rocking horse and a swing set can also be seen deep in the background.
There are two Gold Moves for each player. In terms of players, they're somewhat far apart.
- P2's Gold Moves: At the first verse, fall into P3's arms.
- P1's Gold Moves: At the second verse, hop over P1, and then over P2.
- P3's Gold Moves: At the third verse, pretend to trip over.
Appearances in Mashups
Don't Worry Be Happy is featured in the following Mashup:
- Born This Way (Triplets)
- This is the first a-capella song (without any instrumental base) in the series.
- This is the first routine that involves elderly-like dancers.
- This song has a unique way of arranging Gold Moves - each dancer has two Gold Moves, and each dancer performs them in a different verse.
- The song is covered by The Bench Men, as there is a bench in the background.
- Unlike most of the conventional Gold Moves (which have a golden outline), the Gold Moves' Pictograms for this routine have a pink outline. This may be because of the mostly golden background.
- P3's arm turns blue during the Gold Move when he catches P1.
- P2 had an alternate pose for when choosing players of the song in Just Dance Now.
- This is the third song from Just Dance 2015, after Happy and the ill-fated Fatima, to make an appearance in Just Dance Now.
- It is the first song from Just Dance 2015 to last more than 7 days on Just Dance Now.
- When the routine was released in Just Dance Now, this song was in the Quartets section, even though it is a trio.
- It was later removed from the Quartets section.
- This is the first trio routine to appear in Just Dance Now.
- Most of the Gold Moves in this routine would be hard to do if dancing alone. Especially P2's.
- P2's Gold Move is very similar to the gold moves of Candy and Only You (And You Alone). It's also similar to a move from Me And My Broken Heart.
- P1 and P2 appeared in the Beta icons of some cups in Dance Quest.
- On Just Dance 2017, the menu banner doesn't show the background of the routine as it usually does. Instead, it shows a bunch of falling leaves.
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