The dancer appears and looks like a little girl with orange hair in two pigtails, wearing a purple dress with red/blue rainbows and blue flats. She also wears cyan shoes. Her outline is purple.
The dancer now looks more realistic, and her outline is now light blue.
A "happy land" with bouncing candy, ice cream, purple trees, and various types of sugary confectionery. During the chorus, two orange gummy worms emerge from the bottom of the screen and begin to lip-sync the chorus. When "say love" is sung, two more gummy worms appear and begin lip-syncing. They also head bang during the bridge.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine: Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3: Put your left hand on your hip, and your right hand in front of your open mouth, as if you are singing. Gold Move 4: Cross your arms.
At the start of the song, the gummy worms appear in the front of the background but only on the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3. When playing the Wii and Just Dance Now versions, the gummy worms appear in the back.
In the NTSC manual for Just Dance 3, the location of this song in the tracklist was switched with Think.
The background takes inspiration from the music video.
The puppets take inspiration from Jim Henson’s Muppets.
In the Just Dance Now remake, the dancer's facial features can be seen even though the menu square does not show them that clearly.
In the Just Dance 3 menu icon, the left puppet and part of the dancer's leg is cut off. This happened because the square is meant to be cropped into a circle in the menu.
This is also the case with other menu icons from the same game.
There is a rendering error at the beginning of the original routine, which gives the two puppets a thin black outline.
This is fixed in the remake, as they now have the same outline as the coach.