The coach is a woman with a long-sleeved dark blue sparkly dress. She also wears a pair of golden high heels, and a pair of dark blue earrings. Her hair is in a shade of reddish brown and is quite long. She also wears an indigo earpiece, and has a yellow outline.
P1 is a man with short black hair in a tuft and short black beard. He wears a sleeveless, pinkish-red body suit with some golden necklaces and yellow-orange shoes with a white sole.
P2 is a woman with black fluffy hair, a metallic gold low cut dress and gold and black ankle heels.
P1 is a man with short, curly black hair and a black goatee. He wears a short-sleeved, pinkish-red body suit with some golden necklaces and yellow-orange shoes with a white sole.
The dancer is a woman. At the beginning of the routine, she has two brunette pigtails and wears a high-value blue dress. Her outfit changes to a purple sparkly dress with her hair down.
The background appears to be a small stage with a silently cheering audience surrounding it. The background changes mostly between yellow, orange, red, purple, and a stage light in different colors, but at a period of the choreography, the background turns blue-green with basically the same effects.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Put your hands downwards.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
There is 1 Gold Move in the On-Stage routine:
P1/P3: - Hold P2 by the arms.
P2: - Fall backwards.
Gold Move in-game
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Mashup, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Put your hands on your legs and shake your body. (Disturbia)
The Classic routine’s setting resembles the On-Stage background, without backup dancers.
At the beginning of the chorus in the Classic routine, the pictograms are slightly unsynced with the coach’s moves.
In earlier versions of Just Dance Now. the first pictogram was incorrect to the corresponding move. The pictogram was moving its arms outward while the dancer was actually putting one hand on her hip. This was fixed later on.
The Just Dance Now files for the Classic routine contain a pictogram which is inappropriately named "hands2boobs_f".
When the lead dancer for the On-Stage routine has her glove over or in front of either of the coaches, the blue glove turns to gold. This could be because of lighting problems, or a glitch.
On Just Dance Unlimited and Now, "(A Man After Midnight)" is not included in the title for the On-Stage routine of the song.
That is the reason that the On-Stage version was displayed first before the Classic version in the Just Dance Unlimited F-J menu.
The lead dancer from the On-Stage mode is wearing the same shaped shoes as the dancer from Feel This Moment. The only difference is the colors.
The original dancer was going to appear in Summer (Party Master Mode). However, the Party Master Mode did not appear in the full game.
The album bkg is a little bit different. The album bkg is shifted a little lower.
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The routine was going to have a different choreography, as seen in the trailer of the game.
In the Dutch release trailer, the background has some differences: the lights are blue instead of purple, and there are purple and green neon lights around the disco ball.
The Just Dance Unlimited menu icon is more zoomed out than the one used in Just Dance Now.
In the preview gameplay for the remade version, there are four players instead of six.
Besides, in the description, the title lacks the parenthesis at the end.