The dancer is a man with short red hair. He wears a red vest with four white buttons with a blue shirt underneath and red glasses, which is similar the one that MC Hammer wore in his music video for the song. He has red hair and a red bracelet on his wrist.
In the remake, he looks to be in a brighter hue and his hair and glasses are now more pink.
The routine takes place in what seems to be a brick alley. On the wall, there is white-colored graffiti that appears to be scribbles. There is also a black shape that somewhat resembles streets and buildings. There are also various vinyl records that pop in and out throughout the song.
In the Xbox versions of Just Dance 3 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, the graffiti has been changed to say 'Just Dance.' There are also a couple of lights and spinning records that appear throughout the song. There are a few differences in each game though. In Just Dance: Greatest Hits, "Can’t Touch This" appears as graffiti in the background while in Just Dance 3, it doesn't appear. In the Wii versions of Just Dance 3, Greatest Hits, and Just Dance Now, the background is simplified and the graffiti is a couple of random drawings (similar to the original version).
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine from Just Dance Wii onward, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Make a stop sign with your right hand in front of you and your left hand by your hips. Gold Move 3 is the final move of the routine.
In the remake, the line "What's it going to take in the 90s to burn the charts?" is misinterpreted in the lyrics as "What is it going to take and now it's gonna burn the charts", and "wipe" in the line "Singers are sweating, so pass them a wipe" is misinterpreted in the lyrics as "mic".
In the remake, some pictograms are out of sync.
On the menu icon, the dancer’s hair is in a different style. This was not fixed until the remake.
In the coach selection screen on the Xbox 360 versions of Just Dance 3 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, the coach is flipped.