The dancer is a man with black hair. He has a black and purple shirt with red and orange stripes on, which slightly resembles a keyboard, as well as a pair of black pants, a pair of purple-and-teal shoes, and an orange key chain. He has a purple outline. In the remake, his face is less visible, and he looks more realistic. His color palette is darker and glows less.
Black walls that change to shades of purple and move around. Two red crystals pump out of the ground and break whenever "Pump it!" is sung. The dancer flies through blue lines and golden glass shards during the intro and the bridge.
In the Xbox 360 copies, the black tunnel scene at the beginning last much less, and the animations are a bit different.
In the remake, the walls change color when Fergie’s part is sung.
Gold Move 1: Throw your arms forward with both of your arms. Gold Move 2: Point to your right with both of your hands. Gold Move 3: Move your right arm in a semi-circle with your left arm down. This is the final move of the routine.
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 is 1 Gold Move in the Mashup:
Gold Move: Move your right arm in a semi-circle with your left arm down. This is the final move of the Mashup. (Pump It)
"N***as", "s**t", "your ass", "joint", and "damn" are censored.
In The Black Eyed Peas Experience, only "n***as" is censored.
In several of the trailers for Just Dance 3, this dancer is dancing by the logo. This is the second Black Eyed Peas song to dance by the logo. The first is Let’s Get It Started.
In the trailer that showcases Just Create, it's danced to by Harry Shum Jr., known for playing Mike Chang on Glee and Magnus Bane on Shadowhunters.
Despite the game's one of the lines showing "Can be eerin' us", a lot of the lyrics around the web show it as "envious" instead of "eerin' us".
On the Wii and PS3 version, the pink and purple squares appear before the Xbox 360 version.
On the PAL cover of the game, it has a different color scheme.
Pump It’s Just Dance Now files show an unfinished pictogram which is only a light blue spiral arrow.
In Just Dance Wii 2, the effort rating is raised to 3+. It is the only song in the game where its effort rating has been altered.
Pump It’s Mashup is the only one in Just Dance 3 with a tertiary color (i.e. blue-violet) in its background.
This and Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) are the only English songs to have a 3+ effort rating on Just Dance Wii 2. They’re also some of the very few songs to have a rating raised instead of lowered in a Japanese game.
Pump It’s Just Dance Now files show that three moves are explicitly named pumpit_f**k.msm, pumpit_f**ktoleft.msm, pumpitf**ktoright.msm.
Sometimes, a glitch happens on the Wii version of Just Dance 3: everything will freeze for a few seconds and then the routine will restart, but it will be off-beat for the remainder of the routine.
Also on the Wii and PS3 of the mashup, some dances give you a lot of X's, even if you are moving and doing the dance moves correctly.
This is one of the seven songs that appear twice or more in a row in a Mashup.
The picture from the coach selection menu is mirrored on Xbox 360.
One of the pictograms is reversed.
On the Wii and PS3, the score ball, the pictograms and the pictogram bar zooms in or shakes whenever the dancer shakes the screen or goes near the screen.
The routine lacks a pictogram for the move that consists of moving both arms down during the line "Blast your stereo right now".
In the Mashup, Hey Ya has two additional pictograms that do not appear in its actual routine.
In the lyric "F R E S H we fresh", "we" is absent.