The routine is performed by an all-female dance crew:
P1’s hair is black and poofy with hot pink streaks and is wearing a coral red tank top, a sky blue bra visible on the sides, a gray star necklace, hot pink shorts, and black wedges. She is also wearing a pair of brownish pink-framed cat eye sunglasses.
P2’s hair is brown and in a ponytail. She is wearing a neon red leopard sleeveless body suit with a cut out on the stomach and hot pink patent sneakers.
P3’s hair is brown and puffy. She is wearing a hot pink and black crop top, a light blue skirt with magenta borders, tall pink socks, and a pair of yellow wedged sneakers.
P4’s hair is long and hot pink, with a part of it being reddish orange. She is wearing a hot pink and black giraffe print long sleeved crop top, maroon shorts with a gold chain belt, yellow socks and light blue platform peep-toe sneakers. She is also wearing black tea shade sunglasses.
The background is composed of four colored panels - green, hot pink, purple and mango yellow - appear painted in sections with white lines. They shift formation from time to time, and reflections of the dancers can be seen on the walls. The walls also light up. If you look closely, the floor has some minor white scratches.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Touch the dancer on the left’s shoulder and put your right hand down. This is a left-to-right Wave Gold Move. Gold Move 2:
P1: Throw your arms in the air.
P2: Put your left arm forward and your right arm upward.
P3: Have your left arm straight and diagonal and your right arm bent and near your face.
P4: Have your left arm straight to the right and your right arm upward.
The song has been completely re-structured with a shortened intro and the chorus brought ahead of the first verse.
The routine uses Mia Frye’s official choreography for the song.
The line "I’m not trying to beat you" was removed.
The following lines are affected by lyric errors:
"The boy whose name is Vitorino" is misspelled as "The boy who’s name is Vitorino".
"Con las chicas que son buenas" is misinterpreted as "Con las chicas que estan buenas".
In the menu icon, the orange-dyed part of P4’s hair is more brown than orange.
Also, P3’s hair appears to be lighter.
The following editing mistakes can be found on some pictograms:
In the first one, P1’s pictogram is more purple than magenta and its texture is grainier.
In the second one, the arrows on P1 and P4s’ pictograms are a bit off-centered from their outlines.
In the third one, P1’s head is purple instead of magenta and P2’s is reddish instead of orange.
In the fourth one, P1’s left arm is violet instead of magenta, P2’s is reddish instead of orange and P4’s right one has some light blue pixels.
In the fifth one, P3’s right arm has not been cropped properly around P4’s left shoulder, leaving some purple pixels between them.
The texture on P1’s shake emblem is more pixelated and has some light blue pixels between the colored part and the outline.
Although both preview gameplays have "(Bayside Boys Mix)" behind "Macarena", the actual title used in-game is simply "Macarena".
There was an error in Just Dance Now, where Holding Out for a Hero’s avatar would be accidentally unlocked after playing Macarena. It was fixed a while later.
In the Just Dance Now notification for the song’s official release, the "New April Songs" video on Just Dance TV and the Bilibili gameplay teaser, Los Del Rio are credited as the artists instead of The Girly Team.
The VIP routine is affected by a glitch: sometimes, the screen remains white instead of showing the VIP performers.