The dancer is a mannequin who turns into a girl with pink hair with a yellow hair clip in it. She has a navy blue cropped sweater with red lips and light blue clouds on it, red sequined trousers, and yellow wedges with black heels. During some parts of the song, her clothes briefly change colors.
The background is a boutique window. There are several comic book expressions which read "Oh" and "No!". When the screen zooms in before the dance begins, it is possible to see a window with a CLOSED sign to the right of the boutique window.
There are also two backup dancers which appear to be mannequins. Both of them wear a blue dress (only the dancer on the right has a silver belt) and appear to have no head or legs.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the routine: Gold Move 1: Punch the air with your right hand and lift your left leg off the ground.
Gold Move 2: Lower your head and cup your hands over your mouth as if you are shouting. This is the final move of the routine.
At the end of the song, the lead dancer and the mannequins vanish instead of reverting to their original state. This is strange because they are meant to stay in the boutique instead of simply vanishing.
Also, when you select "Strike A Pose", a weird bug can happen; a slot will contain a stack of random pictograms.
In Just Dance 4, the camera zooms into the boutique; however, in Just Dance Now, it's already zoomed in. Additionally, the mannequins in Just Dance Now have the same void effect as every Just Dance coach (the effect that makes the silhouettes overlap).
When the final Gold Move occurs, the two mannequins light up gold.
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