The routine contains two women and two men, all of whom are in Indian attire. They are all bordered with an orange aura.
P1 has long dark blue hair. She wears a blue mask, a black and red small hat, a black bra top, a red saree cape, blue loose pants with various belts, and gold shoes.
P2 has dark blue hair in dreadlocks (with some of his dreads painted orange and sky blue) and a blue beard. He wears black circular glasses, blue and orange tattoos on his face and arms, a purple button-down shirt, shiny blue slim pants, and bright blue sneaks. He also has small black diamond shaped earrings.
P3 has dark blue hair with pink streaks in a bun. She wears a red mask, orange tattoos, a green and blue dress, blue underwear, and black ankle boots. She also appears to have a tie shaped necklace.
P4 has dark blue flat top hair. He wears a gold mask, a red, blue and black cubed shirt, pink drop-crotch pants, and orange sneaks. He has a green solid bracelet and a orange beaded bracelet on his left hand, and a golden cuff on his right.
At some parts of the routine, the dancers' skins turn black and their outfits are given a black light effect. Any orange colors will turn light green, and any dark blue colors will turn black.
The dancer in the Scarf Version has an Arabian belly-dancer attire with a red top and violet bottoms with gold sequins. She wears a gold headband and has a blue scarf-like robe with a gold outline. Her black hair is tied up in a bun with a long segmented pony-tail.
From the bridge to the end of the song, the blue parts of her outfit (including the scarf) turn black, and the silhouette of what's behind those elements can be seen.
The scene starts off in a dark room, with the arch highlighted in the center. The background lights up in time with the beginning of the song, revealing several spinning purple Hindu flower mosaics in front of a dark, patterned wall. The mosaics light up blue and pink in time with the dancer's movements. When the chorus starts, the mosaics light up with neon colors, changing colors and pulsing in time with the beat. The arch in the middle will also glow in time with the beat, and the tiles will glow with flower mosaics and outlines will follow the rhythm as well. During the instrumental, the background will have an orange scheme, with the addition of orange and purple powder exploding in slow-motion. At the chorus, the background will become dark purple, with a central flower flashing between different colors. The flower will duplicate each time a dancer performs a golden move before all the flowers decide into the center at the final gold move. The song ends with the dancers in their original pose, and the background is the same the players originally started the song with.
The routine takes place in a tent with some decorated columns, in the middle of a desert. Inside this tent, there are an Arabic-styles hanging lantern, many decorated pillows two lamps and a carpet; the decorations often light up.
Before the bridge starts, the roof of the tent is blown away by the wind, and then the desert disappears. The remaining elements of the tent become black and luminous. This change in the background remains until the end of the song, when the wind makes the roof reappear.
Lean On has a mashup which only features females wearing clothing from around the world.
[GM#] - indicates a Gold Move. The # refers to the Gold Move's number.
An unused Rabbid avatar which dresses as P1 can be found in the archives of the Just Dance World Cup.
The P2 coach appeared in the background of High Hopes.
The Alternate is the second routine where the coach holds a cloth while dancing, after Fatima.
In the preview gameplay of the Scarf Version routine on the justdanceGB channel, the artist was erroneously credited as "Major Lazer & DJ Snake ft. MØ" for a short period of time.
Moreover, the gameplay uploaded to the justdanceGB channel shows the part of the routine from the first verse to the beginning of the second verse; the gameplay uploaded to the justdancegame channel, instead, shows the routine from the second chorus to the end of the bridge.
Also, in the gameplay uploaded by justdancegame, when the preview was first uploaded to YouTube, the description box read "Sorry by Justin Bieber".
This was fixed the next day.
On the Alternate Version, although the coach spins four times in succession during each chorus, only the first two spins are counted each time.
The black and golden effect from the Scarf Version is reused in 24K Magic.
The Mashup has only 5 dancers, having the second lowest number of dancers in a Mashup in the series, after Baby Zouk.