The dancer is a man with short pink hair. He wears sunglasses and a tuxedo, which changes colours accordingly. In the beginning, during the first gold move, and the end of the routine, his hair and blazer are red, his tie and pants are pink, and his shirt and shoes are light blue. During the chorus, it changes into a blue and neon pink form. He has a sky blue outline.
P1 is Natassia Harris and P2 is Carl Harris. They are teenagers and have brown hair and dark skin.
Natassia has long curly hair, and wears a black pullover that says "Leave me alone", loose pants that are half green, pink and yellow leopard and half black, and dark purple boots.
Carl has short brown curly hair and a beard, and wears a brown hoodie, blue baggy jeans, and brown sneakers.
It is a modern daytime background which the dancer arrives on a motorcycle. Behind is a large beige fountain and Venice styled buildings. During the chorus, this changes to a black backdrop with purple and blue outlines of the fountain and motorcycle. The gushing water from the fountain flashes blue and purple. At the first gold move and near the end of the song, the background returns to its original state.
The dancers take place in a bright room. The ceiling has black outlined squares, the wall has two black stripes, a black chair, and a black camera stand. Around is the purple fanmade template, their avatar from the alternate mode of Walk This Way, and the American flag.
The Classic routine has 3 Gold Moves, all of which are the same. All Gold Moves: Open your arms straightly outward. The third gold move is the final move of the routine.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
The Fanmade routine has 2 Gold Moves. Gold Move 1: Jump and clap your feet while leaning. Gold Move 2: Put your left foot in front of the other foot and straighten your arms. This is the final move of the routine.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 in game
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 2 in game
Just Dance 4
One player gets 3 stars
One player gets 4 stars (Only on Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3)
This is the only one of them to have not debuted as a PAL exclusive.
We No Speak Americano is also the most recent covered song in the Just Dance series, being from 2010.
It is also the first song in the series to be sung in a particular dialect and not in the original language (in this case, Neapolitan dialect instead of Italian); it is followed by Fatima (likely in Algerian or Moroccan dialect) and Qia La Yong Yuan OK - Future Underworld Mix (Cantonese dialect instead of Mandarin Chinese).
The dark background of the routine only has the colors which appear on the purple version of the coach.
If you look closely, the dancer has a moustache, although his avatar does not.
The red version of the dancer is used as an avatar.
Along with Sway (Quien Sera) and Heart of Glass, the fanmade routine of this song was temporarily removed from Just Dance Now on March 2, 2015. One day later, these songs returned.
In the menu icon, the dancer's glove is light purple, but it is only that colour when the dancer's outfit is red. When the dancer's outfit is pink, the glove colour is light green.
In the mashup of Tribal Dance, the glove is purple even though the coach is in his purple form.
A pictogram from the Fanmade routine is named "americanofan_mario", in a possible reference to Super Mario.
In Just Dance Now, for a period of time, the Classic routine was mistakenly placed in the Duets section, and the Fanmade routine was only available through the "All Songs" section.
As of September 14, 2015, this has been fixed.
In the Just Dance Now files of Maneater, a beta pictogram from that song's pictogram sprite resembles one of the pictograms from this song's classic routine.
The Just Dance Now cover of this song has been changed as of an unknown date.
On the Puppet Master mode, after Jerk It Out makes his "When you jerk it out" pose, he is constantly reversed back and forth to make him look like he's standing still (although he doesn't in the actual routine).