The coach is a woman wearing what appears to be a one-piece leotard with a triangle mosaic pattern in various shades of blue. She also has long hot pink hair pulled into a long ponytail. She's also wearing a cyan glove and a pair of high heels with a similar square mosaic pattern. When the techno part of the song begins, the mosaic patterns illuminate into pink, bluish green, and purple, and her skin turns pitch black. Her hair also turns neon blue, and the glove turns neon green. After this bridge, the color returns to normal. As for behavior, she dances like and carries herself very much like Lady Gaga, and even does the one eye and number six hand signals during the gold moves.
The lead dancer looks similar to Lady Gaga. She has long orange-red ombre hair and is wearing black shades. She is in a silver metallic catsuit with cutouts and black ankle boots. The backup dancers are females who both have black fluffy hair and are wearing red low cut swimsuit-like suits and gray heels. They are also wearing red diamond masks and long yellow gloves.
The Sweat dancer is a man with red hair in a buzz cut. He also has a thinly cut beard. His left eye has a red lighting bolt over it. He is not wearing a shirt, but he does have a blue jacket with various black writings all over it. He appears to be wearing red skinny jeans. His socks are almost knee-high, and are blue and red. He is wearing black gym shoes.
There are 6 Gold Moves in the Classic routine: Gold Moves 1, 2, 5 and 6: Put your right arm up and instantly put it down. It is done at the beginning of the chorus. Gold Moves 3 and 4: Put your right hand over your right eye.
Gold Moves 1, 2, 5 and 6
Gold Moves 1, 2, 5 and 6 in-game
Gold Moves 3 and 4
Gold Moves 3 and 4 in-game
There are 4 Gold Moves in the On-Stage routine, all of which are the same: All Gold Moves: Back-up dancers shake their hands in the air, lead dancer does it toward the screen.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Sweat routine, all of which are the same: All Gold Moves: Jump and hit the air with your fist.
On September 18, 2013, Just Dance was leaked by an Ubisoft employee who uploaded the gameplay to his personal channel. Two minutes later, it received a copyright strike from Ubisoft. Meanwhile, copies of the gameplay were uploaded to download servers and many YouTube channels.
In a trailer revealing some unknown routines, which says "Adding new flavors to the mix", one of the dancers is seen wearing the same suit as the dancer from the classic mode. The only difference is that the suit is in a different color scheme.
The classic dancer's silhouette can be seen at the bottom right of all the Just Dance 2014 Facebook awards.
On an image showing all of the avatars that are on Just Dance 2014 (see in Gallery), a beta version of Just Dance’s avatar can be seen on there, and the avatar has no ponytail and has longer hair.
This could mean that the dancer was originally going to have longer hair.