The coach is a girl with long pink hair in a ponytail. She wears a dark purple golf visor, a large light blue hairclip on her hair, a round dark purple hoop earring on her left ear, a light blue jacket with light-neon green ending sleeves, a pink-and-purple checkered skirt, purple socks and light blue and white sneakers. She resembles Ariana Grande.
Brightly-colored shapes, circles, triangles and lines appear, as with I Kissed a Girl. At some points, colored lips appear. Before the chorus colorful glass shards appear. After Iggy's part, a red aura appears, and swirls around before changing color. In the chorus, flashing boxes and lines appear and disappear on screen to the beat.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine: Gold Move 1: Lift your right leg up and cross your arms as you hit them towards the ground.
Gold Move 2: While raising your right leg, put your right hand on your hip and your left hand on your head before swiftly moving in a circle.
This is the first song including Iggy Azalea in the series. It is followed by Black Widow in the same game and Fancy.
This the second song in which Big Sean is featured. His first featured song is Wild.
In Just Dance 2015, Big Sean is credited as the "whisperer" in the Problem chorus. But in the original song, only Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea are the credited artists of the song.
The choreography is taken from Ariana Grande in the music video and her concert performances.
If players have sensitive eyesight, they should be cautious while watching or playing this because the background can cause eye damage or seizures in people with epilepsy due to the bright colors and the flashing triangles and boxes.
The flashy circles (like yellow, bright green and etc) are also too bright and actually glow too much and that also causes epileptic seizures. In this case, the backgrounds are strobe lights.
Some elements of the background, such as the flashing lights, follow the beat of the song.
This is one of the songs to have a Dancemas ornament.
Her glove was initially neon green, but in the final release it was changed to blue-purple for unknown reasons.
The Community Remix for this song was removed for unknown reasons.
When the Community Remix was still available, the game crashed if it was played on the Wii.
The Gamescom gameplay shows that the arrows and the circle that represent the glove is red, even though her glove was already changed from neon green to purple.
In the Mashup's icon, the male dancer of Me And My Broken Heart's pants are blue instead of orange, and the female dancer's collar is blue instead of red. In the actual Mashup, the pants are still orange and the collar is still red.
Problem won in the Favorite Female Coach category on the second Just Dance Awards.