The routine is performed by a trio consisting of a man and two women.
P2 is a woman with long red hair. She wears half a navy blue blazer which covers a pink top, as well as half a black bra over a black lace shirt, a pair of black one-legged long pants, and navy blue heels, one of which has a leg strap. Her outfit is androgynous, being based to be half masculine and half feminine.
The backup dancers both wear black diamond encrusted masks and black suits with matching shoes. P1’s suit has red accents, and P3’s suit has white accents. P1 is a man and P3 is a woman.
The routine takes place in a circular warehouse. The walls have black curved bars, around are some light up squares and shining lights. The floors have a white circular lace design. The background is shown to start off as royal blue, and transitions to red. Numerous clones of the backup dancers are shown during the routine. At the chorus, the ceiling curves down with the wall and flashes white on the bars. The middle circle is a fiery orange and the walls rotate accordingly. The background turns black and flashes the dancers in the three circles. During the bridge, the dancers will appear one at a time on the panel behind them.
Born This Way has a Trio Mashup with the theme Triplets which can be unlocked for 1000 Mojo Coins (or 20 Mojo Coins for all old-gen consoles). It features trios whose dancers are similar in appearance.
The starting lines such as "It doesn't matter if you love him" and the concluding lines such as "Same DNA, but born this way" have been removed from the track used in-game.
According to the behind the scenes video, the outfits and the background were inspired by Cabaret Codes.
In a teaser picture leaked on various social networks, it is shown that P2 has lipstick on one end of her lips and eye makeup on her right eye. She also has a suit on one end of her body and an outfit that looks similar to Lady Gaga’s on the other side.
Similar to Hey Mama, the unplayable backup dancers in the background are performed by the same respective person according to the behind the scenes footage.
During the bridge, the background features a girl with short pink hair who may be the beta dancer for this routine. She looks similar to the feminine side of the lead dancer.
P2 was teased through a silhouette posted on Facebook.
In the square, P2 appears to be missing her make-up.
This is the first and, to date, the only trio mashup in the whole Just Dance series.
Party Master Mode
This is the second and final Party Master to have the main dancer be from the song’s alternate routine. The first was What Makes You Beautiful.
If the Party Master chooses All About That Bass for the song switch, there is a possible chance for the game to remove all characters and stay idle. The only way to fix this is to pause the routine and restart.