Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a female high school student who progresses from a stereotypical preppy nerd character to a character with an edgy, punk aesthetic.
The coach starts off with black hair in a ponytail and a pink headband. She wears a navy blazer with blue trimming along with a navy vest with yellow buttons over a blue social shirt, a red and yellow striped tie, and a checkered red skirt. For footwear, she wears blue knee-high socks and black loafers. She also wears glasses.
Starting from the first chorus, the coach's blazer and glasses are removed, the sleeves of her social shirt are rolled up, and her tie becomes looser. Her hair is now purple and done up in a ponytail with a yellow hair tie. She has purple eyebrows and red lipstick. For footwear, she is wearing blue socks and a pair of magenta sneakers.
From the second chorus, the coach takes on a more disheveled appearance. She is now wearing a blue casual top and the same striped tie and skirt. Her purple hair is now dyed bright pink at the bottom, and her hair accessories have been replaced with blue and yellow hair clips, allowing her hair to flow freely, reminiscent of Olivia’s hairstyle in the music video. She is now also wearing a pair of black elbow-length leather gloves and a pair of blue sneakers.
After the bridge, the coach’s hair is now pink in pigtails. She now wears a black bra with blue lining, a black leather belt with a golden chain below it, a black choker with a slightly longer golden necklace, golden earrings, and black leather boots. She keeps her skirt, which is now cut up on the left side, and her black gloves. She is also seen wearing a pair of black shorts and a black leglet under her skirt.
The routine starts in a school corridor with many lockers on both sides. There are colored lights hanging from the ceiling, as well as two clocks. The entire scenery is covered in different colorful graffiti and paint splashes.
During the second verse, the scenery changes. The coach is now in a sports hall. The lower half of each wall is light beige, and the upper one is dark blue. In between of those colors, two pairs of speakers can be seen. On the left side, blue and yellow stands can be seen. Above them, on the wall, three posters are hanging. To the right, there is the entrance to the hall with a clock above it, and a basket with many basketballs in it can be seen to the right. A basketball hoop can be to the other side of the entrance. Between it and the stands, a huge poster with a schedule on it is hanging on the wall, as well as two smaller ones. There are several hanging lights from the ceiling as well. Two basketballs are laying on the floor. Some graffiti appear on the walls as the time passes.
When the second chorus start, the lights become more pointed in blue. Many shining and colorful silhouettes of the coach appear, doing the same moves as her. The graffiti start flashing to the beat. Many paint splashes appear around as the time passes. There are also lights shining in blue and pink.
When the bridge starts, the room turns dark with several spotlights moving around the hall. The graffiti flash with less intensity. As the coach punches the air, the ones on the floor light up and start emitting colorful particles.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Extend your arms and swing your head from left to right.
Gold Move 2: Kick and punch the air with your right foot and hand and look to the left.
- Olivia Rodrigo and Bella Poarch are the first two non-Ubisoft-affiliated artists to make their debut appearance in Just Dance in the same year their respective debut singles were released.
- The clean version of Good 4 U is used in the game, where "What the f*** is up with that" is replaced with "Tell me what is up with that".
- "Screw" and “damn” are additionally censored.
- Good 4 U was accidentally leaked on a game cover by Nintendo on their website along with Boss Witch, Happier Than Ever, Jerusalema, Love Story (Taylor’s Version), Mood, and Save Your Tears (Remix).
- In the Just Dance Unlimited servers, there are early pictograms that look different from the final ones, and among them is a differently-designed pictogram for Gold Move 1 that has an additional circular arrow around its head.
- Besides, Gold Move 2 consisted of the final move of the choreography instead of the punch performed after the line "Like a damn sociopath".
- The preview for Good 4 U was not uploaded to YouTube at the same time as the other previews that were uploaded on October 20, 2021. Instead, it was first posted to the @justdance_FR TikTok account before being taken down within the next hour.
- The preview was formally posted the following day on October 21, 2021, coinciding with the release of the music video for Rodrigo’s song Traitor.
- In the "Full Songlist" video, the routine is off-sync with the audio.
Official Music Video
- https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8ktdYJE/ (Archive 1, Archive 2)
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