Appearance of the Dancers
Five different dancers switch between the song. Three of them are female and two of them are male.
The first dancer is a woman with long brown hair. She wears an orange jumpsuit similar to the one in Mas Que Nada, and black ankle strap stilettos.
The second dancer is a man with brown pompadour hair. He wears a blue track jacket with green and orange arrows, grey skinny jeans, and green shoes.
The third dancer is a girl with short pink hair. She wears a pink tank top with a blue sleeveless vest, a blue skirt, long green socks, and blue creepers.
The fourth dancer is a man with short brown hair straightened back. He wears the classic Good Feeling vest with a green long sleeve shirt, with black skinny jeans and yellow shoes.
The fifth dancer is a girl with brown curly hair. She wears a blue and teal striped loose cropped shirt, pink watermelon shorts, long green socks, and yellow shoes.Note that once a dancer transforms, they are never seen again in the course of the routine. In the remake, C1's outline is magenta.
The background features a yellow screen that has some red stripes on it, with some green grapefruits and bubbles behind it. At some parts of the song, mostly at when the boys are dancing, the screen changes to dark green and the stripes are bright green and bubbly, and behind it is dark green with some blurry lights. At the fifth dancer's performance, the words "Boost Your Style" appear. That is only the case with JD2014.
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine. Each one belongs to one of the characters.
Gold Move 1: Raise your arms and slowly lower them.
Gold Move 2: Rub the right side of your head with your right arm.
Gold Move 3: Throw your right arm in the air and swing it downward while bouncing.
Gold Move 4: Move your right arm upward and rub your head.
Gold Move 5: Duck slightly and swing your right arm and head upward.
- This is the third routine to feature coaches who change gender. The first was Song 2, the second was Gangnam Style, the fourth is Uptown Funk, the fifth is Rotten to the Core and the sixth is The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody).
- Each of the dancers are wearing outfits or accessories from previous dancers. Dancers are listed in order below and state what outfit or accessory the dancer is wearing.
- Mas Que Nada’s complete outfit.
- Jacket similar to the Electro Body Combat workout
- Skirt from Oath, crop top from Hit The Lights, denim vest from the alternate version of Call Me Maybe, and creepers from Die Young.
- Jacket from original version of Good Feeling, and shirt from Beauty And A Beat.
- Shoes from C'mon and P1 of In The Summertime, socks from C'mon or Flashdance ... What a Feeling, and shirt from Rich Girl’s Chair dance.
- A Fructis sponsored website would give out free codes to players before the Uplay one did. For the first couple of days, it was available to all NTSC countries, but later in time, it could only be accessed in Canada, or with the use of a Canadian proxy. Despite the website only working for Canada, the codes can be used in any NTSC country.
- There is a beta picture of this routine, where on the top are the PS3 shapes near the names. However, the song cannot be reached on the PS3, due to there being no Redeem Code button on it.
- There are also other beta pictures where C1 is in a pose that is not used in the final version.
- This song was released on March 5 for the Wii, Wii U, and Xbox 360, for the NTSC region. Players could get it with a Uplay account and receiving a code for it, but now it redirects to the Uplay website.
- The first coach has an avatar which can be unlocked by paying 5 Mojocoins, even if the player did not unlock the song yet.
- It is also available on Just Dance 2015 for 5 Mojo coins.
- Many files for this song were found in Just Dance 2015.
- The menu icon in Just Dance Now for this song is different to the one from Just Dance 2014. The difference is in the colors of the background: the former’s is dark green with glass effect, and the latter’s is yellow.
- The coaches are affected by several glitches:
- C1’s hair passes through her armpits.
- When C1 gets down, her glove turns to a darker shade of blue.
- C3’s tongue and a small portion of her hair sometimes turns blue.
- Some little brown holes appear on the upper part of C5’s legs and on her socks.
- The Garnier Canada channel uploaded some tutorials about how to make every coach’s hairstyle, as well as a Behind the Scenes video.
- In the remade routine, the screen does not flash for a second anymore when one dancer changes to the next.
- Also, C1 appears a few seconds after the routine commences and C5 fades away in a shred effect before the background fades at the end.
- Safe And Sound has the second most dancer changes than any other song in the series, after Footloose.
- The transition between each dancer change is very sudden, unlike any Mashup.
- "Boost Your Style" does not appear in the background in the remake.
- This is because, for Just Dance Now and later games, the song is not sponsored by Garnier.
- This is also the first Just Dance 2014 song to have a remake for later games, followed by We Can’t Stop.
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