The coach is a woman who dresses in the style of Nicki Minaj.
She wears braided hair with a red and green streak in it up in a bun, and if you look close enough, she appears to be wearing light pink make-up. She wears an outrageous pink bodysuit with orange-red feathers on the shoulders. On the sides and legs of the suit, a long white line runs down, with some strange green and black designs on the sides, with a triangular black design on the bottoms of the legs, and green triangle slashes near the shins. She wears red and black wedge shoes that have a similar design to the suit itself, and she wears a green glove.
During the chorus of the song, the dancer transforms into a different girl.
She wears a one-sleeve dress with bubble accessories acting as the sleeve. The bubbles cover the chest of the dress, and are green, purple, black, and blue. The bottom skirt is black, shiny, and on the hips of the dress, exposing her blue shorts underneath. She also wears a silly blue hat with a giant blue and purple ear, and a blue and purple "braid" in the back. She wears the same green glove, and purple and blue heeled open toe wedges. She too, upon close inspection, appears to be wearing pale pink make-up, in a slightly more outrageous design.
The coach is the same as C1. Her bodysuit is now a brighter shade of pink and orange, and her hair now has pink and blue streaks. Her glove is now mint green.
The routine takes place on a pink slanted stage, with bubbles floating around, some filled with ponies. During certain moves, the bubbles will rebound off of each other. The background is blue when C1 is dancing, and pink when C2 is dancing, possibly to show the contrasting colors to greater effect. When "He got that super bass" is sung, the bubbles float up, possibly showing that the stage is descending. During the bridge, the screen turns black and the bubbles turn pink. A giant pink heart balloon ironically floats up as well, and even "beats" to the beats of the song, before floating up, never to be seen again.
There are 2 Gold Moves for this routine: Gold Move 1: Bend your torso and put your right hand on your forehead before moving your head in an arc. Gold Move 2: Slowly bring both your hands down in a side-curve motion.
Super Bass appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
Catch The Fur
Harajuku Circle (Sometimes misspelled as Harajaku Circle)
The coach changes during the chorus. This is probably in reference to Nicki Minaj's alter ego, Roman Zolanski, to whom she can quickly change into during her more explicit rap songs.
Indeed, the personality of the two coaches are contrasting; C1 dances more tomboyish and up-in-your-face, and judging by her menu pose (hands on her hips), she seems very confident and sassy. C2 is more girly and bubbly, as seen by her chorus dance.
The backdrop includes a bubble containing a balloon which resembles Twilight Sparkle from "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic".
The words motherf**king, hell, hoe, eff I is (from "Who the eff I is"), coke (which is slang for cocaine) and n***as are censored, due to them being too explicit. A large chunk of the lyrics "Then the panties" from "Then the panties coming off" is censored as well. However, blazing up which refers to smoking marijuana is not censored and dope is left uncensored even though it refers to drugs.
"Mother" from mother**king, "I" from eff I is and n***as can still be briefly heard. When "Somebody please tell him who the ..." is sung for the second time, the words "tell him" can't be heard.
This makes Super Bass the most censored song by Nicki Minaj in the series. It's also the song with the most censored words and/or phrases, with 11 in total (if the repeated censored words in Pump It are not counted).
Next to Starships, this is the 3rd hardest choreography for a song sung by Nicki Minaj, with the first being the Extreme version of Pound The Alarm. There is yet to be a choreography for her song to be rated "Easy".
During the second "Yes I did" part after the chorus, the dancer can briefly be seen panting with her mouth open, possibly due to exhaustion. However, she shakes her head afterwards to make her look like she was nodding her head.
This song has an unused Gold Move that would have come before both Gold Moves.