The dancer is a woman who has dark brown hair that changes to purple during the chorus. She wears a jumpsuit with a pattern that holds a resemblance to Tron suits. It changes changes colors and patterns with the beat of the song. During the chorus, the suit is dark purple with pink lights. In the other parts, her suit is black with yellow stars. She also wears purple platform heels. She has a bold yellow-orange outline.
The dance begins in a pitch black area with two glowing edged spirals of two colors - magenta and cyan. Smoke of the two colors also appears. The spirals recoil and re-appear at random. The dance then moves on to a white area with black smoke appearing. Unlike the smoke in the first area, the black smoke does not disappear completely. Then, the dance goes to another dark place. This time, glowing red smoke appears and lights up the area. The dance switches between these three areas, but spends the most time in the original area.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine: Gold Moves 1 and 2: Put your hands down to up quickly at the start of the chorus. Gold Move 3: Raise your hands up in a semi-circle.
Wild is the first song in the series to feature Big Sean. It is followed by Problem, where he is not credited.
"It’s no wonder I look this ... good" is misinterpreted as "It’s wonder a I look this ... good".
"Hands to my heart" is misinterpreted as "Hands on my heart".
"You keep me moving forward" appears twice.
The coach for this song looks like Jessie J in the Price Tag music video during the parts where she is wearing a black jumpsuit, but instead of it lighting up and changing patterns it has laced patterns.
In Wild’s Just Dance Now files, it can be seen that all of the Gold Moves were not supposed to be Gold Moves. There is also a Beta pictogram that resembles the three Gold Move pictograms from Rich Girl and is uncolored.
Wild (Mashup) has the following glitches:
In the Mashup on Wii, PS3 and Wii U, the first time Where Have You Been makes an appearance, you only get "GOOD", no matter what. The second time Where Have You Been comes in, you can only get "OK" even when your doing the moves right. The last time she comes in, you get nothing but "X" in the Mashup. This may be some type of bug but this glitch has never been repaired.
Sometimes, no moves are counted for during Where Have You Been’s final appearance.
Sometimes, the Gold Move effect can be heard randomly.