The dancer is a 3D modelled man whose face and skin are blacked out. He wears a black hoodie with a gray shirt underneath, a pair of black pants, and a pair of gray and some silver sneakers. His hoodie and pants have various patterns passing through them. It has a silver diamond shape during the chorus, a silver triangle that occasionally extends into blue triangles during one of the vocal verses, a red X shape during one of the instrumental verses that occasionally turns silver and has silver lines surrounding it, a pink circle along with blue cut off circular lines on the slow instrumental verses, and a white circle that moves during the end. Numerous stripes and dots in numerous colors also sift through the dancer’s outfit.
The coach is a man with a black and cyan urban air mask and black and cyan cap. He wears a pink sleeveless hoodie with the upper part colored violet and is seperated by a cyans border line and black hamstrings on the hood. The hoodie is unzipped on the chest, revealing his yellow sleeveless top. He also wears a pair of black jeans with static-like square designs on the thighs and yellow and cyan shoes with white soles. He also wears a black and cyan elbow guard on his left arm, a black and white small band on the right arm and black bands with a bright cyan part on his upper left arm and wrist. He has a cyan outline.
During the chorus, the yellow and pink elements in his outfit turn black and his outline turns pink.
The background remains primarily dark and is brightened by flashing cubes. During the chorus, they faintly flash blue and flash more heavily during the shouts. During a vocal verse, the cubes rhythmically flash white while white stripes are present on the walls. During an instrumental verse, the cubes flash red and yellow, and these lights move more rapidly side to side. During the drop to the slow parts, the background shows stars, and then at the actual slow parts, the background shows a lot of neon color on each side.
The background starts dark, when the song begins inverted triangles appear, mostly in white colors or simply as black lines, when the "chorus" begins, the background turns red and changes to red colored rhombuses, later in the routine, the background changes to several rhombuses of blue and purple colors, after Gold Move 2, the background changes to a galactic one with purple blue circles, after that, the figure shown are inverted triangles that flickers, the routine ends with the inverted triangles moving away, until disappearing next to the coach.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Move 1: Raise your arms upwards in a semi-circle motion. Gold Move 2: Jump while putting your right arm on your chest and your left arm out.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 2 in-game
There are 4 Gold Moves in the Extreme routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 4: Jump with your hands spread. Gold Move 3: Kick to the left, and punch upwards, while bending down.
In the E3 demo of Just Dance 2020, the coach selection image had a different pose and applied the details from the second drop on the clothes instead of keeping the coach’s appearance from the beginning of the routine.
The animated background in the fankit is backwards to the background in the teaser and gameplay.
Bangarang (Extreme Version) marks Mehdi Kerkouche’s return in the series as a performer, after a gap of approximately three years. Don’t Stop Me Now was the last routine he performed before working only as a choreographer from Just Dance 2017 onwards.
Part of the coach's pants glitches from black to blue.
Part of the coach's glove glitches from blue to black.