The coach is a man with long black hair with a large purple streak. He wears white and blue shades, a purple vest with loose straps, a silver studded belt, a pair of gold tights which, in terms of texture, resembles the ones from Crazy Little Thing and Feel This Moment, a silver elbow-length glove, and black shoes with brief block heels.
The background starts off on a tiger frame with purple fog in it. After zooming out of the screen, the routine takes place in a purple room with four blue and pink lights on the wall. The screen from the beginning displays some static, the dancer in a different shade, and a rotating disco ball. Around are some black televisions that display pink static and the dancer in the aforementioned different color shade. At the choruses, it zooms into the screen in a single paradox motion and displays pink and blue lights shining upwards. On the sides shine white lights. The song then ends with a rewind static, which makes it clear that the dancer was in a DVR tape.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Point to the screen with both arms.
In the Spanish version of the game, the Mashup is called "Gente Divertida", which translates to "Funny People", instead of "Funny Guys".
There is a glitch which occurs during the Mashup; the original dancer may freeze in his starting position for the entire routine, although he fades away during the transitions, only to return in the same position.
It is one of two Mashups in Just Dance 2015 to not have Gold Moves (alongside Fatima), and the only Mashup in the game where a coach (Gentleman) appears twice in a row.
You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)’s Just Dance Now files have been updated such that the square shows the official coach (with the correctly-colored shades) instead of the beta coach (with the yellow and white shades).
This dancer makes a cameo appearance in the background of Uptown Funk.
Due to the song not having any assigned banner colors in the Just Dance Unlimited files, the menu colors of the game (depending which game the player uses that's compatible with banner files, like Just Dance 2017 and Just Dance 2018) are used for the banner when the song is selected.