The dancer is a man with orange hair that is spiked upward in a flattop. He also wears a green leotard which exposes his chest, as well as a pair of blue leggings, dark pink sneakers, and pink sunglasses. His outfit inverts colors at times, flashing.
The background looks like a basement set out to be a gym, with weights and bench press machines. However, when the entire environment is taken into consideration, the background may actually be the basement of the dancer's parents' apartment (because of the Dad/Mum sign hanging near the stairs and pointing upwards). There are also other random things around, including a TV and boxes. There are also posters on the wall. The floor has blue, green, yellow, and orange vertical stripes with stars and the floor lights up at some points when the room dims, at one point dimming completely. One of the posters shows the second coach of The Final Countdown. This can also be pictured as the dancer's "man cave". There is a box with an action figure of the dancer in it.
The Hip Hop Dance Experience
The background is a black room with dark pink lights and a screen showing the music video. During the chorus, it changes color to cyan, white or green.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Put your arms out while still slightly bent. Gold Move 2: Point to the left with both arms while looking left.
The Community Remix for this song is the first one to have split-screens and to show the dancer throughout the routine. It is followed by All About That Bass.
On Just Dance Now and later games, the song name for this song now appears as Sexy And I know It.
For some reason, on the Community Remix avatar on Just Dance Now, it can be seen that the dancer's avatar has slightly different shaped shades, along with longer and detailed hair. Also, the avatar's chin outline is in a shade of dark orange instead of lime green.
On March 15th, 2016, the Community Remix square was updated to match with the Community Remix squares in Just Dance 2016.