The coach is a woman in an Egyptian outfit and strongly resembles Cleopatra. She wears a golden yellow turban with studded jewels as well as a few bracelets on her both arms. She wears a teal bra as well as a teal flowing dress. She also has golden bangles on her ankles.
The coach is a woman with curly hair. She wears a crop top, a pair of ultra short shorts, and a pair of heeled boots. She is a black silhouette dancing with a small red wooden chair.
The routine takes place in an Egyptian palace. There is a huge throne in the background which has two blue flames on its handles, along with vases. Two male backup dancers can also be seen in the background.
The routine takes place in a whitewashed room. It is virtually empty besides for the coach and a red chair, and the shadow that the coach casts can be seen in the entire room.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Put both of your hands on your leg and give your leg a twist.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
There are 2 Gold Moves in the With A Chair routine, which occur consecutively.
Gold Move 1: Swing your right hand in a curve over the chair, and face away from the screen. Gold Move 2: Swing both your hands out over the chair, turning to face the screen.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 2
Both Gold Moves in-game
There is 1 Gold Move in the Mashup:
Gold Move: Point out half of your arms. (Fine China (Extreme))
Rich Girl (Chair) is the first seated routine in the Just Dance series.
Rich Girl (Chair) has the lowest amount of counted moves in the franchise, with only 36 being scored on camera consoles.
The few counted moves, however, are worth greater amounts of points than in other songs.
On the menu icon, the coach’s glove is dark grey instead of yellow.
When the coach leans back, her facial features, which are heavily accentuated with black make-up, can be seen.
On camera consoles, the Gold Moves are worth more points (roughly 1000 points) than on the remote consoles (roughly 500 points). This is because on the camera consoles, fewer moves are counted.
Rich Girl (With a Chair) won in the Most Outrageous Dance Routine category in the inaugural Just Dance Awards.
Because the coach sits on the throne at the back in the beginning and at the end of the Classic routine, this carries onto her appearance in the Mashup. This makes her look as if she is sitting on the disco ball in the Mashup because the throne does not come with the extraction.
The first pictogram is displayed before the transition between the coach selection screen and the gameplay ends.