The dancer is a woman with short auburn hair who wears a navy blue sparkly hat, a navy blue halter, a low cup top gold sequin high waist button shorts, and a pair of pink stilettos. She has several red bead bracelets on her left hand and wears an elbow-length pinkish red glove.
It is mainly a stage with lots of shiny lights, stereos, and a microphone on the left, while the colors are mostly gold, orange, and black. The stage also turns white and purple at some point of the routine.
However, it was found in the files of the latter.
Ain’t No Other Man might have been intended to be available in Just Dance 4 for all consoles, as its files were found in the game files for other console versions.
This can be proven also by its appearance in the background of So What, which appears on all consoles.
The Mashup files were also found on the PS3 version of the game. However, it still remains only playable on the Wii U.
The coach is also featured on the NTSC front cover of every version of Just Dance 4, in spite of the song not being available on all consoles.
When "Ain’t no other other" and "Ain’t no other lover!" are sung, the lyrics stop highlighting after the first "other" and the line quickly fades off.
During production, the coach’s hat was golden instead of navy blue.
This Beta version appears in the NTSC front cover of Just Dance 4.
In the Gift Wheel tutorial on the Xbox 360 game manual for Just Dance 4, an unused menu icon with a more zoomed-in background and a different pose can be seen.
Part of the routine is shown in the broken television in So What.
The song selection menu sometimes glitches and erroneously shows the dancer from Domino instead.
In Just Sweat, unlike the othertwo Wii U exclusives, calories are counted while playing.
In an Instagram story posted by Just Dance’s official account to announce the availability of an one-month-long Just Dance Unlimited subscription, Ain’t No Other Man’s menu icon can be briefly spotted.