The coaches are two ladies. Both dancers have orange outlines. In the remake, they have blue outlines.
P1 has magenta hair in a bob, a magenta fringe dress cuffed around the neck, and knee-high navy blue leather boots.
P2 has golden-yellow hair in a bob, a golden-yellow spaghetti strap fringe dress with sequins on her breasts , and magenta strapped heels.
The coach is basically P1 from The Final Countdown. He retains his purple suit and fighter mask. Unlike his performance in his debut, he wears his purple cape for the entirety of the routine, and his glove is cyan instead of black. He has a yellow outline.
During the intro, the background is completely black, except for reflections of the coaches on the ground. Then, two spotlights (a fuchsia one and a yellow one) shine on P1 and P2 along with small particles, and they follow their movements as they turn around. Other small spotlights in a small variety of colors (in order of appearance, red, green, and blue) flash as soon as the coaches stretch their arms behind their backs and their legs out.
After that sequence, bokeh lights fade in from right to left all around the dancers in a wide range of colors, and they spin around in a 3D motion. Before the chorus, the bokeh lights fade out from left to right, and other smaller dots in various shades (mostly light blue, yellow, pink and light green) explode and start to float around the coaches in a counterclockwise motion. They spin around very fast as soon as the coaches start to spin as well, and then they fade away.
The same spotlights from the intro reappear in the chorus and flash along to the beat of the song. Magenta and golden sparkles appear when the dancers are snapping their fingers, and similar sparkles swirl around the coaches when they spin. When the coaches perform their Gold Move, two big spotlights (a fuchsia one on the left and a yellow one on the right) shine from the bottom corners of the screen and the same sparkly swirl from before wraps the dancers again. After that, the bokeh lights from the verses fade in and the rotation starts over.
In the intro, the scenery is almost completely dark (except from some slightly visible details); after that, six spotlights shine and sway in the background (three on the left and three on the right), three rectangular lamps shine along with the coach’s moves and the four items glow white in pairs.
As soon as the first verse starts, the entire scenery lights up. It mostly uses the color scheme from The Final Countdown’s verses, except that the audience and the smoke behind the ring are completely absent, and the colors are slightly darker. The four items and the rectangular lights, as well as the narrow lights behind them, glow up many times according to the coach’s moves. In several parts, some dotted spotlights similar to the ones from the Classic routine flash.
In the instrumental break and in the chorus, the background is mostly black. The four items turn on and off along with the beat, and the dotted spotlights flash as well. The spotlights and the rectangular lights are still turned on. As soon as the chorus starts, sparkly swirls spin in fast clockwise motions on each side of the screen, and small fireworks burst slowly.
While the song fades away, the scenery returns dark.
Can’t Take My Eyes Off You has a Mashup which is exclusive to the Wii U.
In Just Dance 4, the lyric "weak" from "The thought of you leaves me weak" does not get completely highlighted. This was fixed in later games.
In the Just Dance Now menu, the Classic and the Wrestler routines have different preview audios: the Classic version plays the first chorus, while the Alternate plays the second verse.
In a pilot for the Cartoon Network TV series We Bare Bears, the three main characters are seen playing a video game similar to Just Dance, and the coaches on the screen look exactly like the ones from Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.
In the menu assets for all versions of the routine, P1’s glove is green instead of cyan.
In one of the pictograms, P1’s right arm has been accidentally cut out.
Additionally, both coaches have a fire red outline instead of a blue one.
In the menu square used from Just Dance Wii U onwards, the pose from the album coach is used instead of the former one, which now serves as the album coach.
In Just Dance Now, the preview does not show the Gold Move effect.
Completing the routine in Just Dance Unlimited will unlock the old version of The Final Countdown’s avatar.
In Just Dance Unlimited, the album coach is affected by a glitch, where the coach is not chroma-keyed and he is surrounded by a white square.
This issue was fixed later on.
When Can’t Take My Eyes Off You (Wrestler Version) was first added to Just Dance Unlimited, the string that displayed the Alternate caption read "<MISSING:12929>" due to the routine not having a specific theme in Just Dance 4.