The dancer is a woman, she resembles Rihanna. She is wearing a green dress with a blue line across the bottom front which Rihanna would wear with a necklace. She is wearing orange shorts with cyan earrings and she has a bowl haircut. She has yellow bracelets on both of her wrists.
In the remake, the coach now has blue hair and turquoise earrings. Her yellow bangles are now blue, as is her necklace. Her top is in a warm shade of orange and her short pants are blue now. She flashes a dark shade of blue instead of random colors.
Just Dance 2/Wii
The routine takes place on a small stage with green lights. The background is full of triangles in dark shades of green.
In the remake, the background remains relatively similar, except that it is now in dark shades of blue.
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same: All Gold Moves: Make a quick circle in the air with your right hand when "Oh" and "Boy" is sung.
In the song's Just Dance Now's files, some dark purple pictograms can be found in the pictogram sprite. Also, they show some completely different moves that aren't featured in the actual routine, suggesting that the choreography was different at one point during the development of Just Dance 2.
The dancer's earrings, glove, and belt are the only features of her outfit to remain the same in the remake.
The title in the game is S.O.S., but the original song is titled SOS without period marks.
In the remake, the coach's shoes look glitchy as they tend to flicker a bit.
Her glove also gets surrounded by a strange luminous aura when she kneels down while performing the Gold Move.
In the Just Dance 2 square, the dancer's glove is on her left hand.
The original song title is SOS (without the dots) but, in Just Dance 2, it appears as S.O.S..
However, it is changed back to SOS in the remade version.
The line "Your love's enough" is misspelled as "Your loves enough".
When the remake was first submitted to the Just Dance Now database, the routine had four extra second before the score screen would have been loaded. As of an unknown date, those seconds are now cut out, leading the routine to end abruptly before the score screen.