The dancer is a girl based off of a ninja. She has brown curly hair and is dressed in a black and blue ninja costume, containing lighting bolts and triangles, turquoise sneakers, a green belt and a yellow bandana. She is carrying a black katana on her back. At the end of the routine, the dancer transforms into a tree stump with cherry blossoms.
The background is a dojo with several rooms. The first room has a blue wall with ice cream-like substance and shuriken stars. That wall turns orange and has a shuriken pattern. The second room has a wall with pink clouds and a lightning bolt. The third room has an orange wall with shuriken stars changing into birds. Next is a pow-like symbol with a color-changing backdrop, various shuriken stars, and colored clones of the dancer. After that, the dojo appears again but has slight changes to it. It has no wall, two pillars, and a blue Kyoto-like scenery with confetti and a koi fish. This rotation repeats for the next verse and chorus.
There are 9 Gold Moves in this routine: Gold Moves 1, 4, 8 and 9: Put your right arm and right leg up quickly. Gold Moves 2 and 6: Turn your body sideways and point towards the screen with your right hand. Gold Move 3: Bend down, put your left foot behind your right foot and point to the right. Gold Move 5: Similar to Gold Move 3 but you point both hands in a direction so that they are visible. Gold Move 7: Stand up straight and slam both arms down with your palms visible.
Gold Moves 1, 4, 8 and 9
Gold Moves 1, 4, 8 and 9 in-game
Gold Move 2, 6
Gold Moves 2 and 6 in-game
Gold Move 3
Gold Move 3 in-game
Gold Move 5
Gold Move 5 in-game
Gold Move 7
Gold Move 7 in-game
Ninja Re Bang Bang and Proud Mary hold the tied record for second most gold moves in one routine, with a total of 9 Gold Moves (Gold Move 8 is not accounted for score in Just Dance 2). The record holder for most Gold Moves is Boogie Wonderland (Xbox 360 version) with 10 Gold Moves.