Appearance of the Dancers
The dancer has short black hair, gold jacket, white shirt underneath, light blue bow tie, black jeans, and purple shoes.
The background dancer on the left is a girl who has black hair in a chignon, a silver jacket, white T-shirt, black leggings, and grey shoes.
The background dancer on the right is a girl who has black hair in a ponytail, silver circlet, silver jacket, white T-shirt, black leggings, and purple ballerina shoes.
The dancers appear to be standing on a shiny white platform that is floating through space. During the chorus the stars move towards the screen as if the platform is quickly moving through space. During the other parts of the song the stars move a lot slower and the background is a lot more still. Brighter stars resembling suns can also be seen during this part.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Rotate your arms like an airplane, slowly, then faster.
- Rocketeer is the first song by Far East Movement in the franchise.
- Rocketeer is Ryan Tedder's first song in the franchise, followed by Wherever I Go (Just Dance 2017).
- However, he is credited as OneRepublic in Wherever I Go.
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