The dancer's outfits are catsuits similar to the one Britney Spears wore in her music video for this song. Each has purple hair and shoes and masks that match their suits. P1's suit and mask are orange, P2 is yellow, P3 is red, and P4 is blue. Each of them has a glowing sky blue outline.
The routine takes place in the criminal lineup section of a police department. The lines and height numbers move to the beat of the song. During the spoken part of the song, the background turns dark and starry. At the end of the routine, a black-and-white Polaroid picture of the dancers is shot.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same: All Gold Moves: This is a wave Gold Move starting from P1 and ending with P4. P1: Put your right hand up with your palm pointing to the left of the screen. P2: Crouch down and bring both arms to the back of you, like in the picture. P3: Put your left arm up and your right arm just below it, with your palm pointing to the floor. P4: Put your right hand with your fingers pointing to the right of the screen and your palm pointing to the screen.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
Oops!...I Did It Again has a Mashup available on all consoles.
The unknown dancer in the Mashup is the same coach as the one in the Baby One More Time Mashup. Coincidentally, Baby One More Time is also a song by Britney Spears and yet covered by the same artist.
The dance reassmbles "The Usual Suspects."
According to the chart in the background, each of the coaches are 6 feet (1.8m) tall. This makes them about the height of the average Dutch adult male, the tallest people in the world.
In the song's icon, P1’s hair is longer than it is in the actual routine.
This could most likely be a beta element.
Oops!...I Did It Again's "get a "GOOD" rating when "(song lyric)" is sung" Dance Quest has the same requirement as Hit ’Em Up Style (Oops!)'s.
In Just Dance Now, the background has many changes, including being more animated and having more particles during the bridge.
Also, at the end of the routine, when the black and white snapshot of the dancers is taken and displayed, their outlines and silhouettes are still visible. However, their outlines and silhouettes were not visible in Just Dance 4 when the snapshot was shown.