The routine consists of two men (P1 and P4) and two women (P2 and P3). The coaches appear to be wearing 30's clothes with Asian influences. In the remake, the clothes they wear are in a slightly darker shade.
P1 wears a blue shirt with red suspenders. He has dark blue hair (which is hard to see due to his hat), a blue hat with a yellow line and a cyan shirt with a red tie. In the remake, his suit and hat are much darker and are all roughly the same color as his hair.
P2 wears a red cheongsam with golden dragon designs on it. She has short dark blue hair with a red brooch in it and wears red pumps. She also wears a dark blue bracelet on her left hand. In the remake, the bracelet is slightly more purple.
P3 wears a cyan dress with cherry red and blue designs. She has dark blue hair with a cyan brooch in it. She wears a blue feather boa and cyan pumps. In the remake, her feather boa and the blue and red designs on her dress are in a much darker shade of blue and are roughly the same color as her hair.
P4 wears a yellow shirt with dark blue lines, a cyan collar and cyan cuffs. He has dark blue hair (which is hard to see due to his hat), a yellow hat, a dark blue vest with cyan buttons, dark blue pants, a cherry red bow tie and cherry red shoes.
The routine takes place in a dinner theater, with lights from the stage and light pillars. It is very bright and orange.
There 2 Gold Moves for each coach in the Classic routine. Note that they are done consecutively: Gold Move 1: Put your hands out in a "wave pattern" with P2 going to the left, P1 going to the right, followed by P3 going to the left, and finally P4 going to the right. This is done very fast and is not counted as a "wave Gold Move". Gold Move 2: Same as Gold Move 1 but in the opposite direction.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 (Remake)
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 2 (Remake)
Gold Move 2 in-game
There is only 1 Gold Move in the Mashup. Gold Move: Put your hands up and out in a "V" position and then make a "U" shape. (Hey Boy Hey Girl)
In the Mashup, the Gold Move done with the dancer from Hey Boy Hey Girl wasn't originally a Gold Move.
In Just Dance Now, P1 and P4 were flipped in the Coach Selection Menu for a short period of time. This was fixed later.
The gold outline of the Gold Move pictograms in Just Dance Now is very hard to see; this can easily confuse players.
The lights in the background are recycled from Hey Ya.
You're On My Mind uses the original look of the coaches, mixed with updated pictograms exclusively for that routine. In the Rabiosa Mashup, the original look is still used, but the pictograms are from Just Dance Now.
In the beta version, the dancers were originally going to have different colour schemes.
This can be seen in a photo that contains some of the beta elements for Just Dance 3, and some pictograms in the pictogram sprite are in different colors that match with the beta color schemes. Here is a list of the beta elements concerning the dancers:
P1 was originally going to wear red instead of light blue. His tie was blue, his hat was red, and parts of his shoes were also red. Also, his glove was going to be dark blue.
P2 was originally going to wear dark blue instead of red. The flower accessory on her head was blue, along with her shoes.
P3's beta element was similar to her in-game version. However, parts of her dress were purple, and her feather boa was going to be red.
P4's beta element was also similar to his in-game version. However, instead of a blue glove, he had a red glove, his pants were more purple, his bowtie was blue, and his shoes were blue as well.
In Just Dance Now, the audio preview for this song in the song selection menu has been changed; when the song was first released into the game, the second verse was heard in the audio preview. However, in the new audio preview, the second chorus can now be heard.
At the beginning of the Xbox 360 version, some hubbub can be heard before Taio Cruz starts singing.
This song has been heard in the trailer of Just Dance 3.
In the different versions of the choreography the gold move effects change. In Just Dance 3 for Wii and PS3 the gold move effect goes in then there are 4 after-shines. For the Xbox 360 the effect goes in, waits a second then there is a single after-shine if at least one player gets it correct. In Just Dance Unlimited the effect does not go in (it tends not to for Dance Crews) then there is only 1 after-shine.