The dancer is a woman with short magenta hair in a bob, teal blue pants, light blue heels with yellow ribbons on them, and a multi-colored poncho, which is pink, neon blue and yellow.
The dancer is standing on a checker-style platform with different shades of red. A large red spotlight shines in the background. Photographs of the dancer ruining various dance routines in the same game also rain down. (such as Good Feeling, We No Speak Americano, Cercavo Amore, etc.)
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine: Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3: Lift your right arm and leg and point your right hand to the right. Gold Move 4: Put your hands beside your head and spin your head in a circle. This is the final move of the routine.
This is the only Just Dance 4 song featured on Just Dance 2015 that was not in Just Dance 2014.
This is also the only Wii U exclusive song from Just Dance 4 that was available in other consoles.
It is also the only one to return as a DLC in a future game.
There are two types of the fourth gold move in the pictograms in the Just Dance Now files, the one with the arrow and the one without the arrow.
The one without the arrow would be a beta element.
There is a glitch whenever the song is present in a Just Sweat mode; whenever the player plays the song, no calories will be counted for. The sweat bar on the top will still be taken in account, however. This is the also the case with Domino.
In the DLC version of this song on Just Dance 4, the line So I needed to upgrade was mistakenly written as Thought I needed to upgrade. This was not the case for the Wii U version and was later fixed in Just Dance 2015 onwards for all consoles.
One move is recycled from Party Rock Anthem
Her left hand glitches whenever she touches her high heels