The dancer is a man. He is dressed up as a superhero. He has brown combed hair and wears a purple jumpsuit over his orange undershirt, orange underwear over his jumpsuit, a yellow cape with a pair of straps, and yellow boots. He also wears an orange mask over his eyes.
Just Dance 4
Just Dance Unlimited
The routine takes place at the rooftop of a windowless building with a city behind. There are neon signs, lit buildings, and several other structures. Lasers, a Godzilla-like monster, fighter jets, the Titanic, numerous giant robots, UFOs, and meteorites are also visible in the background. During the bridge, the moon turns out to be a distress signal with a mask and moves around temporarily. Which the dancer seems to notice and all the problems disappear before more appear after the bridge. A sign in the background reads "SOUNDS", but the letters U, N, and D are flickering so "SOS" is read instead. There is also a sign very far back into the background that says "JUST DANCE" which resembles the Hollywood sign.
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Put your left hand on your hip and your arm up in a superhero pose.
The coach has appeared in many advertisements for Just Dance 4.
An achievement can be obtained in Just Dance 4 by winning the Battle as Never Gonna Give You Up.
When Never Gonna Give You Up was first uploaded to the old Just Dance Now servers, the pictograms and the lyrics hexadecimal were taken from Just Dance 4. As soon as the map was released to Just Dance Unlimited, however, new pictograms were made, and the lyrics color has been changed from bright purple to fuchsia-pink.
In the new Just Dance Now servers, the Just Dance 4 square was used for a short period of time.
The background for Never Gonna Give You Up appears as a glitch in My Main Girl. When the song is paused, the background appears along with the words "TEMPLATE" written in a Far West font all over it.
Also, the sign that said "SOUNDS" in the original routine now says "DANCE".
Never Gonna Give You Up made an appearance in the Just Dance Unlimited trailer despite it not being available on the service at the time. An official release date wound up being announced within March 19, 2020 (around five years after the first Just Dance Unlimited trailer).
The coach, along with many others, makes a cameo in the background of Uptown Funk.