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Appearance of the DancerThe dancer is supposed to resemble Austin Moon. He has a red jacket which has its sleeves rolled up. Underneath the jacket is a gray T-shirt. He also black jeans that is secured with a black belt, and neon blue-and-orange sneakers. Unlike Austin, his hair is brown.
The background is more of a cubism-like themed hallway. The hallway ends right in front of the coach, in which the walls end there and extend to the sides. Behind the coach are music bars moving up and down throughout the routine, resembling a digital VU meter.
In the first half of the routine, the tile making up the walls flash various shades of blue. Near the start of the second chorus, several arrows light up the sides of the wall, and columns of the tiles flash white before all of the walls flicker shades of red, orange, and yellow, which the tiles stay that was afterwards. A beating heart slowly appears on the left wall. The now recolered tiles continue to flash variious shades of red, orange, and yellow, and so do the arrows. Near the bridge, the background turns yellow and two counters behind two eyes appear that are supposed to represent the number of views one would get.
At the same time, the same counters start increasing in the thousands range. The eyes and counters continue to disappear and reappear, every time starting at a new munberical range. When they disappear, they are replaced with more flashing arrows. Before the final chourus, the room slowly dims down before brightening up in the sane speed. Afterwards, the arrows and hearts flash at random places before the counters pop back up and increase again, reaching one billion (thus accomplishing the namesake of the song) as soon as the routine ends.
There is 1 Gold Move in this routine:
Gold Move: Bring your arms down slowly.
- A Billion Hits is the first song from Austin & Ally in the series.
- This is one of five songs in-game in which the Gold Move effect around the star is a different color other than yellow. In this case, the effect is blue.
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