He wears a dark purple beret, a sky blue shirt, a dark purple vest, dark red suspender-like braces, dark purple pants, and a pair of dark red shoes.
He wears a dark grey hat, a purple patterned leather jacket (black in battle mode) over a red top, long leather jeans, a black belt, and a pair of red sneakers. He seems to slightly resemble Michael Jackson.
At the pre-chorus, many high buildings are shown behind the dancer. At the chorus, many male and female silhouettes are dancing like the dancer. Some of these silhouettes are coaches from past games. Red neon signboards with Chinese characters appear at some points of the song.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Classic routine, all of which the same. All Gold Moves: While bending your torso slightly, move your right hand from the left to the right in a circular motion.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Extreme routine: Gold Moves 1 and 2: Slowly throw your arms up. Gold Move 3: Very quickly, throw your arms out while keeping them close to your body.
Gold Moves 1 and 2
Gold Move 3
Gold Moves 1 and 2 in-game
Gold Move 3 in-game
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Mashup, both of which are all the same. Both Gold Moves: Put both of your fists down quickly. (#thatPOWER Extreme)
In the Extreme routine, there are some steps taken from Michael Jackson.
The Extreme dancer seems to be highly inspired by Michael Jackson too.
The dancer's skin color is beige, which means it could be a replica of Michael Jackson.
Even the pose on the square was one of his moves.
In the Classic routine and the Mashup, favourite is spelled as favorite, which is the American version. In the Extreme routine, it is spelled as favourite, the version for many other countries.
In production, the pictograms were green, but were changed to blue for the final version.
In the Extreme routine, in the lyrics, there is an error. When "I'm not dangerous" is sung, the lyric says "not I'm Dangerous." This is for the fourth time the lyrics are sung.
In the Classic routine, the traditional Chinese texts on the signboards translate to the lyrics in the chorus of the song.
So Good has a Gold Move which is similar to the Extreme routine.
The dancer from the Classic routine appears in the background for Uptown Funk, but doesn't appear in its Mashup, as he is remplaced by Mr. Saxobeat, ironically, she is the only dancer in the mashup that doesn't appear in the Classic routine