The dancer is a woman with red hair styled in a pixie cut. She wears a denim vest over a pink crop top with black stars, red leather leggings, and dark blue boots. She has a sky blue outline.
The routine takes place in what seems to be the dancer's living room, with a white couch, a pair of sneakers, and a wooden bookcase which changes colors with the walls. The walls are purple with white stripes in the verses and bridge. Furniture falls onto the ground, such as a TV, a desk with a computer, a chest of drawers, and a washing machine. During the verses, the couch, sneakers, bookcase and walls shake. During the chorus, the walls turn red and the furniture explodes into multiple pieces. Cracks can be seen on the floor, and walls when she performs certain moves. Whenever "tonight" is sung, disco lights appear until "so what" is sung again.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Move 1: Shake your hand, which should be bent at the elbow. Gold Move 2: Flex your right arm so that your fist gets close to your head. Gold Move 3: Put your hands up high at the end of the last chorus.
The appearance can be seen on all versions, despite the fact that Ain’t No Other Man can only be played on the Wii U version of Just Dance 4.
Another strange fact is that this gameplay appears to have pictograms but no star bar, scoring system/interface or lyrics.
Also, at the end of the pictogram bar a flashing triangle is visible rather than a spotlight (not the one that was featured in the beta of Just Dance 4, but rather the one from the Wii and PS3 versions of Just Dance 3 and Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of).
Moreover, the pictograms are red with cobalt arrows instead of navy blue and magenta.
Once the TV is already broken, the stand that holds the TV will stay fixed and, when the lights turn back on, it will disappear.
Because Hot n Cold has a caption of the same name, "Tear It Up", a caption for So What was renamed to "Angry Girl".
In Just Dance 4, the square in the menu sometimes glitches, and a placeholder shows up instead of the actual dancer.
The coach appears in the background of Just Dance as the only female dancer to appear during Colby’s part.
In So What’s Just Dance Now pictogram file, there are two Beta pictograms. The first one represents a half completed pictogram with only a head with facial expressions and the second one just has its arm raised up instead of the whole body moving.