P1 wears a pink fedora with a black sash, a dark pink jacket, a pink button-down shirt, red pants, and pink loafers.
P2 wears a black and blue cap, a turquoise jacket, an aqua blue shirt, dark teal pants, and neon blue sneakers.
The background is very fast-paced and features several different animations very quickly. There is a split between the dancers, each dancer’s section is their opposite colors. A diagonal purple line appears with some thin circles and briefly turns black with two circles for each dancers' main outfit. At the chorus, the background is split between pink and lavender horizontally. For a couple of seconds, P2 shoots a white line and P1 holds a white circle. They let go of them, and they turn into smaller lines and circles respectively. The next backdrop is a diagonal split, again, opposing the dancers' outfits. It later turns pink and lavender from the men's moves. A few seconds after the gold move, the background is a black and white spiral that is spinning very fast, being coated by red, blue, pink, and lavender diamonds, finally turning black and white with the colors also turning black and white.
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, 4, and 5: Swing your arms to the left in a full circle. Gold Move 3: Shake your hands while facing each other.
On August 28, 2016, Ubisoft recorded a tour in Jack & Jack’s house.
A part of the background resembles the music video of Problem.
The coaches are supposed to represent two boys with completely different personalities: in fact, their outfits have the inverted colors of each other (red is the opposite of light blue and vice versa).
In the character selection screen, P1's fedora and shirt are light blue instead of pink and there is a white dot to his left.
In addition, P1 and P2 had different outlines: P1 had a blue one and P2 a red one.
P1 also had different colored shoes (light blue instead of pink).
On seventh-generation consoles, when the dancers "pop out of the square", the glass effect which is used in Just Dance 2014 squares can be seen in the background square.