The dancer is a man. In the beginning of the song, he wears a beige jacket, but later takes it off. He wears a partly tucked in gray blue shirt with beige pants and a gold belt, watch, and necklace. He also has short hair and a mustache.
The routine takes place in an outdoor cantina with chickens around the wooden floor. It appears that a buffet had just ended there.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the routine, both of which are the same: Both Gold Moves: Put your hand over your head and bend your right leg towards your left leg.
Both Gold Moves
Both Gold Moves in-game
Isidora is the first Serbian-language song in the series. For translated lyrics, click here.
On any consoles that uses a remote (Wii, Wii U, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4), the clapping part can get you at least 1 star, total, while doing it on PERFECT.
The song's title is Isidora. However, the lyrics and credits show it as Izidora.
Isidora won in the Craziest Move category on the first Just Dance Awards. 
Isidora is tied with Sayonara for the highest BPM (beats per minute) in the entire franchise, at 203 BPM. On the other end, the song with the lowest BPM is Only You (And You Alone) at 77 BPM.
The coach's outfit glitches a lot during the intro of the song: in fact, the parts of his jacket that make contact with his shirt have some black holes, and his glove is blue and sometimes flashes yellow (which is the correct color).
In the pictograms sprite found in the Beta Just Dance Now archives, there are two placeholder pictograms which are not seen in the final sprite.