The dancer is a man with orange fluffy hair in four buns. He wears purple goggles, a blue vest with a purple shirt, a green bandanna, orange pants with a green leg strap, purple boots with green straps, and orange and purple arm warmers. In the remake, he looks more realistic.
The background is blue and has colourful floating cubic blocks. The top surface of the purple cubes flash in beat with the song. At some points of the song, the background filps upside-down. There also a multicolor square around the dancer during the instrumental part.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Move 1: Shake your hands forward during "Let's go." Gold Move 2: Throw your arms out with them still bent during "Now stop." Gold Move 3: Throw your arms down.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 3
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2 in-game
Gold Move 3 in-game
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Mashup:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Shake your hands forward (Party Rock Anthem). Gold Move 3: Throw your arms down (Party Rock Anthem).
In Maps’ Mashup, the coach is slightly off-centre on the screen every time he appears.
About twenty seconds of the end have been cut out from the final gameplay.
In Just Dance Now, the coach lip syncs some parts of the song.
Besides, the overturning of the bakcground is retarded by a few split seconds.
In the description of Just Dance Now on Google Play, LMFAO isn't credited. Instead it claims the artists are Lauren Bennet and Goonrock. This is not the case in the actual game.
In every Just Dance 2016 Mashup that the coach appears in, he appears in his original look, except for Blame’s Mashup where he uses his remade look.
The second Gold Move only appears in the Classic routine, not in the Mashup.
On the Xbox 360 version, the Mashup has an incorrect usage of a Gold Move: when the coach makes the move during the line Shake that!, the Gold Move 1 pictogram is accidentally used. Therefore, it has 1 Gold Move more than the Wii and PS3 version.