The coach is a woman who has dark red hair in long braids. She wears a purple halter bra, some yellow jeans exposing some of her black underwear, two bracelets on her right wrist that are peach and blue, and a pair orange shoes with maroon soles and laces.
The routine starts off in a city at night. There are a few strings of red-and-yellow lights on buildings. Later it gets covered by a brown curtain backdrop which features shadows of women identical to the dancer, sometimes following the dancer's movements, and a whirring fan during the bridge. There are also red and blue lights resembling police lights flashing behind the curtain during some parts of the song. At the end, the curtain drops to reveal the city again.
If it had been left in the game, Man Down would have been the seventh song by Rihanna in the series.
Leaked gameplay footage shows green pictograms (meaning that they are uncolored) and a placeholder pictogram, so it likely means that the song was still in beta development.
The official clean version is used, where "N****" is censored.
The coach appears in the background of Blurred Lines with a paper cutout appearance.
The video file of the routine was found in the servers of Just Dance Now.
A placeholder cover and album coach were found in the 8th-Gen version of the Just Dance 2016 files.
The coach is affected by several mask glitches that create black holes on some parts of her face and her armpits and makes little parts of her bra turn light blue.
Besides, from 1:46 to 1:49 she is forced to stay in the middle of the screen, and a slow-motion effect is applied on her for few split seconds when she does this move the second time.
Another picture of the coach
The placeholder pictogram that appears in the gameplay