Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are two teenage girls, who appear to be best friends.
P1 is dressed like a street girl, with a red cap, yellow short t-shirt, red-yellow mosaic tights, and yellow shoes.
P2 is dressed as a school girl. She wears a yellow tie, purple vest, red shirt, yellow skirt, purple socks, and yellow shoes. There is a small red bowtie on one of the socks that P2 is wearing.
The first half of the background (where P1 dances in for majority of the routine) is covered with blue graffiti and has purple spots behind the graffiti resembling paint. The other half (where P2 dances in for majority for the routine) is an orange space with sparkling lights, resembling a disco ball. Bubbles can also be seen floating throughout the routine. During the chorus, the backgrounds swap colors (The graffiti background becomes orange and the disco background becomes blue). When the dancers switch places, the graffiti becomes blue and has the disco pattern while the right side has a line going across it. The background swaps colors again when the dancers switch places having the color scheme from the verses.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: (in a left-to-right wave) Cross both your right arms together such that they "weave".
Gold Move 3: High-five both your right hands and raise them up together.
- "Damn" is censored.
- This is the second song by Cher Lloyd in the series; it succeeds Want U Back.
- The routine for Want U Back appears in the music video for this song.
- P1’s underwear can be seen at some points during the song.
- On the official Facebook page, Just Dance credits this song only by Becky G when they announced it on Just Dance Now.
- In a beta menu icon found in the Just Dance Now files, P2 originally had a different appearance. Her eyes and nose were visible, her glove was badly textured (as her glove is glitching into her skin), and the glove is colored pink.
- Also, both of the dancers were moved to the left side of the icon.
- Later, in the 20150115_1722 version of the Just Dance Now files, the icon was changed to the Just Dance 4 version.
- In the Just Dance Now files, it can be seen that the Just Dance 4 coach selection images were originally going to be used for the game before they were updated in the 20150115_1722 version of the files.
- In the lyrics of Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited, the word "oath" is written with the capital letter.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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