The dancer is a woman with bobbed hair divided in two sides: the left one is black and the right one is hot pink. She has a hot pink triangle pointing right on her right eye. She wears a dress that has shoulder puffs with dark violet spikes and a spiked skirt, and is parted into four sections: hot pink on the top left and bottom right, and indigo to the top right and bottom left. On her left wrist, she has a dark violet spiked bracelet. Around her waist, she wears a dark violet belt divided into three stripes, each with a silver buckle. On her shoes, she wears purple glittery ankle boots with cyan soles. Her outline is purple, and it pulses when she hits her head with her fists.
At the beginning of the routine, only her silhouette can be seen, which exudes blue and purple flames from her shoulders and left hand. As soon as the vocals start, she becomes fully visible and the flames fade away. Before the chorus, she exudes a bright, zoomed-out reflection. In the bridge, she creates a hot pink and cyan electric trails while she moves her right hand. This also happens at the end with both hands, before she fades to black.
The routine takes place inside a trippy blue room with electric cyan and pink wires that go along with the beat of the song and a horizontal lavender and light turquoise wires. At the chorus, the room goes black with sparkles and cyan and hot pink trails coming from the coach’s hand movements. During the bridge, the background turns gray and distorts. It also appears to have a slight fog effect at certain points during the song.
Disturbia has an unlockable Mashup which is available on every console.
Disturbia appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
Open the Window
Disturbia is the fourth song by Rihanna in the series.
Disturbia is the second song to have censorship integrated in the original song, after Bebe. In this case, the censored term is "s**t".
The line "No more gas in the rig" is misinterpreted as "No more gas in the red".
The line "Throw on your break lights" is misinterpreted as "Put on your pretty lies".
Throughout the Classic routine and Puppet Master Mode, the lyrics are highlighted before they are actually sung.
This does not happen in the Mashup.
Disturbia was Aurélie Sériné’s first routine she performed in the series.
Disturbia is the only map in Just Dance 4 to have an avatar in that game.
The dancer’s glove constantly glitches from cyan to spring green.
The coach’s eyes are transparent, resulting in her ocular region being affected by editing glitches.
The coach is in the middle of the PAL box art of Just Dance 4. However, she has long fuchsia hair instead of hot pink and black bobbed hair, her triangle is replaced by a lightning bolt, her arm band has been moved to her right arm, her nails are painted dark fuchsia, and her dress is slightly less saturated.
The coach makes a cameo in the background of Just Dance.
In a Beta picture for Party Master Mode on Just Dance 2014, there is a caption called "Open The Window" featuring the coach. However, this caption is not seen in the actual game.
Despite the coach and menu icon of Disturbia making an appearance in the teaser and trailer for Just Dance Unlimited, Disturbia is currently not available for the service.