The dancer is a man with orange frizzy hair. He is wearing an orange and black checkered shirt with a light blue collar, black sequin pants, green and yellow shoes, and aqua blue reading glasses.
The coach remains relatively similar in the remake, just slightly brighter. However, he now transforms during the night-time scenes. During those scenes, his colors are inverted (but his pants remain unchanged). When he transitions, he can be seen in a very faint shade of blue and purple.
The background is outside during a camp-out with a recreational vehicle in the back of the dancer. There is also a Disco Hub in the far back near some tents. When the dancer 'drums', stars in shades of bright colors appear on the ground.
In the remake, the routine takes place in a hill near a campsite, similar to the original. The background looks as if it was folded with origami paper. It switches between a day and night scene; during the day, the background is bright and green. The mountains in the background can be seen in a shade of tan brown, some blue rocks can be seen, direction arrows can be seen near the dancer and little camp buildings can be seen in the far background. White clouds and a yellow sun can also be seen in the sky. At night, the entire background takes on a dark blue 'filter' and the arrows and buildings shine up neon-style. The summits of the mountains also glow. The moon, as well as comets shooting from the sky, also appear. The stars from the original background also appear when the dancer 'drums'. During the part before the chorus, both backgrounds switch for a few seconds. When the chorus hits, the day scene comes out and some beavers can be seen appearing behind the rocks. Note that each scene switch involves triangles breaking out, and moving to form the next scene.
She's Got Me Dancing appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to the dance moves:
Nice Guy Serenade
Party In My Head
Sparkle 'N' Snap
Step In Style
Too Eccentric For You
In the Da Funk Mashup, the dancer's Pictogram color is changed from orange to dark blue.
Additionally, in the same Mashup and other Mashups, a green football shoe and water bottle appear and they get punched away by the coach during his appearances. This does not happen in the actual routine, nor does it happen in the remake.
The coach's frizzy hair also resembles of Jerk It Out and P4 of You're the First, the Last, My Everything.
This dancer appears in the background of Uptown Funk, along with many other coaches.
In the Mashup, some pictograms from Holiday are removed.
Some time after the song's release on Just Dance Now, two pictograms from the remake were removed and replaced with new ones, as the pictograms were slightly incorrect, since they represent their moves in reversed positions.
In the Just Dance 3 square and coach selection image, there is an error where the coach's hand with the bracelet (which is the left hand) has the glove on the said hand. This is later fixed in the remake images.