The coach is a woman with the following clothes and features:
- A golden yellow fringe dress.
- Light green pumps.
- Curly orange hair.
- In the remake, her hair is red, her dress is reddish-orange, her bracelet is red, and her glove is dark blue.
The background is a stage with lights. It gives the player a show girl feeling, like she's on stage. In the Kinect versions of Just Dance 3 (DLC) and Just Dance: Greatest Hits, you can almost see a city with buildings and lights behind the lights.
There are 9 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 3, 5 and 7: Spin in a counterclockwise direction.
Gold Moves 2, 4, 6 and 8: Spin in a clockwise direction.
Gold Move 9: Put your hands up.
Proud Mary appears in the following Mashups:
- This song, along with Ninja Re Bang Bang, holds the record for most gold moves in one dance, having an overwhelming amount of 9 Gold Moves. However, on Just Dance 2, when the game shows the score at the end of the song, it counts for eight Gold Moves instead of nine.
- Coincidentally, most of them are the same.
- This is because Gold Moves 7 and 8 occur so close together that Gold Move 8 is not counted for score in JD2.
- Proud Mary is the second song with a short version that starts in the middle of the song. The first one is Take Me Out.
- The coach's outfit is very similar to the P2 of Can't Take My Eyes Off You.
- Proud Mary has one of the most dramatic tempo changes in the series - after spending over a minute in a slow tempo, the song quickly speeds up.
- This song and When I Grow Up were used for a talent search.
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