Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a girl with a red-colored princess dress and white shoes. She is also wearing a tiara on top of her hair which is done in a bun formation.
The background is a dirt road with a tree and white flowers at the sides. The road goes onto a giant white castle in a mountain, which is surrounded by colorful pine trees. Sometimes a dragon can be seen flying in the cloudy sky.
The backup dancers are two girls with different-colored dresses, the left one is blue while the right one is yellow. They also wear white shoes and a tiara.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Lift your dress slightly up and take a step back with your left foot.
Accidentally in Love is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- While the Just Dance Kids 2 version uses a cover by The Just Dance Kids, the main series uses the original version of the song.
- Despite this, The Just Dance Kids are still credited as the artist.
- The Just Dance Now release notification, however, credits Counting Crows.
- This is also the case with I’m A Gummy Bear (The Gummy Bear Song).
- In the remake, a click track can be heard throughout the song, even after it ends.
- The Xbox 360 files of Just Dance Kids 2 have a separate video file for Accidentally in Love with the codename "Accidentall", which uses the original version of the song.
- That video file is used for the remake.
- At the end of the Just Dance Now version, the right backup dancer can be seen leaving her final pose.
- The avatar was first found in the archives of the Just Dance World Cup website.
- The left backup dancer can be seen lipsyncing parts of the song throughout the routine.