The routine is technically single player, but the dancer switches through a total of four wardrobes. All used characters are men.
The first dancer has buzz-cut hair. He wears a purple fedora, a purple vest and tie over a green button down shirt, grey pants, and green shoes. His outline is green.
The second dancer wears a purple cap, an orange leather jacket, a purple shirt, dark grey pants, and neon orange shoes. His outline is orange.
The third dancer resembles a cross between Mick Jagger and Michael Jackson. He has shoulder length black hair. He wear a red headband, dark aviator sunglasses, an opened red jacket with purple belts, Union Jack leggings, and black boots. He makes a reappearance in Y.M.C.A.. His outline is red.
The fourth dancer has buzz-cut hair. He wears yellow shutter shade glasses, a purple and blue one-sleeved jacket with a cut-out shaped like tiger stripes, a light turquoise shirt, grey pants with multiple zipper pockets on each side, and purple and yellow sneakers. He ends the song. His outline is purple.
The dancer in battle is C3 with some changes. His hair is now red, his jacket now has some blue instead of black, and his glove color is light purple.
The background is based off the NBC reality show The Voice. The dance floor consists of a circular platform with colorful light-up panels behind, as well as the silhouette of an audience, and four judges on the turning chairs behind the panels.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine: Gold Move 1: Put your right fist up. Gold Move 2: Raise your right hand slowly. Gold Move 3: Point to the screen with your right hand. This is the final move of the routine.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 3
Gold Move 1 in-game.
Gold Move 2 in-game.
Gold Move 3 in-game.
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The background resembles the set of NBC's singing competition show The Voice, in reference to Adam Levine (Maroon 5's frontman) and Christina Aguilera working as coaches on the show during its first few seasons.
The third dancer appears as P2 in Y.M.C.A. as a returning dancer.
This song was going to have a different routine.
C3 made an appearance in the background of one of the glass windows in Just Dance.
In the Mashup, the dancer of Maneater shows the second dancer type (blue dancer), while the pictograms are still red. This does not occur on the Wii version.
Also in the Mashup, most of the dancers are male during Maroon 5's part and most of the dancers are female during Christina Aguilera's part.
"S**t" is censored. Starting with Just Dance 2014, the word is replaced with "d**n", but still appears as if it were removed in the lyrics.
Also, "Now I'm naked" is shown as "Now I make it" in the lyrics. Since the former line is risque for the game's rating (E10/PEGI 3), this may have been intentional.
As of Just Dance 2014, some cheering sound effects are removed.
Two out of the four dancers have avatars in Just Dance 2014 being the first and the third. The first dancer's avatar can only be accessed after purchasing the song on Just Dance 2014, and the third dancer's avatar can only be unlocked in June.
In Just Dance 2015, only the avatar of the third dancer is available.
In Just Dance 2016 however, the first and third avatars are available, along with a new avatar of the fourth dancer.
The fourth coach appears on the NTSC box art with a different color scheme.
The fourth coach ties with Hangover (BaBaBa)’s P2 for the shortest hair in the franchise.
The coaches with longest hair are Tell Your World and all coaches dressed like Hatsune Miku.
The first dancer appeared in the trailer for Gamescom. Near the end he seems to do the choreography from the chorus, although he didn't do it in the final gameplay. He does the moves very lazily.
On Just Dance 2015, the third coach's avatar can be unlocked by achieving level 1000 on the World Dance Floor.
Also, his avatar has a different design, with his neck now visible right below his head in the avatar. This alteration was performed in Just Dance Wii U, and carried onto Just Dance 2015 and future games.
In the shop of Just Dance 2015, the main coach's silhouette can be seen on the song icons which do not load up.
This song holds the record for the second highest number of Beta pictograms (30); many of them show moves that are actually part of the routine, but they have the same colour as C3's pictograms.
This may mean the coach was not meant to change his outfit during production.
This is also proven in the game trailer, where he performs moves that are assigned to C1 or C2.
C4 was used in a lot of promotional ads.
On Just Dance Unlimited, the audience's applause was removed from the end of the routine for a short period of time. However it was readded during the 2017 system only.
In the Puppet Master Mode, the coach fades in instead of walking from the left, the pictograms from the caption Hypnotic Slaps are red while the coach appears in its blue form and the caption Russian Plane appears twice.
This is the first Puppet Master Mode in which a certain caption is repeated throughout the song (without counting Party Masters from the following games).
This coach appeared in 19 Dance Mashups, making the most Mashup appearances in the games.
The background was going to be different; it was going to show the words "MOVES LIKE JAGGER" in various colors on the big wall.
A Beta color scheme for C3 is used in Puppet Master Modes as a "Strike The Pose!" picture.