The dancer has blue and pink half-shaved hair, wears a black long sleeved cut-top with a black and white tie, and has a pink-and-black skirt with a red rhinestone belt, black socks with pink stripes, and blue sneakers. She also has heavy eyeliner around her eyes.
The background is a rainy sky with a clock and a door that enters a sunny day. Random numbers (3, 9, 28, etc.) also appear. At the hook, it changes to a meadow with a golden sky and flowers. The door remains open throughout these two scenes.
Sammie said on YouTube this was her last song on Just Dance, but stated that she would keep working with the same people.
This song was written by Sammie and Imposs. Coincidentally, Imposs is featured in the same game with Feel So Right.
In the gameplay teaser, the title accidentally features two hyphens instead of one between the artist’s name and the song title.
On the back of the Just Dance 2014 physical copy for the NTSC Playstation 3, The song is called "Understood" and it is sung by "Sammie Miss". Usually the artists names are highlighted and the song remains unhighlighted but the word "Miss" is highlighted which makes it seem like the artist is "Sammie Miss". This was likely due to a printing error.
On an image showing all of the avatars that are on Just Dance 2014 (see in Gallery), a beta version of Just Dance’s avatar can be seen on there, and the avatar has the same eye detail as on Just Dance 2015.
In Just Dance 2015, the avatar has makeup around her eyes; this increases the resemblance between the avatar and the actual dancer.
On Just Dance Unlimited, there was a glitch with this song: after playing it, the avatar did not get unlocked. This was later fixed.
This also occurred with Primadonna’s avatar on Just Dance Unlimited, as the avatar did not get unlocked after playing it either.
The song was going to have a Party Master Mode, however the idea was scrapped.
The dancer is made to dress differently and act differently, thus making her misunderstood.
Because of the makeup, the dancer's pupils can be seen on HD consoles (PS4, Xbox One and Wii U).
At some points, the dancer's glove will briefly become pink.
In another part of the routine, the right side of her face gets cut out.
There is a hidden Gold Move. When Wild Wild West (Extreme) coach is leaving the "floor", there is a Gold Move, but without effects and sounds. This is the first time it has occurred. It was probably an error of Ubisoft while they were fitting the routine to the rhythm.
Unlike in the Classic routine, dancer does not turn gold at the end of the routine.