The dancer is a man with black hair, He wears black sunglasses, a tricolor jacket (red, white, and orange), a blue shirt with grey points, a silver watch, black skinny jeans with shiny blue side patches, and black and white sneakers.
The dancer is a woman with a bandana-like sleeve covering her hair. She has a purple tube-top over a black one, along with teal-like skinny jeans, that have patterns along the side. She sports several bead bracelets, and a bead necklace.
The dancers consist of a trio of three woman.
The background is very colorful, having color-changing pebbles and black sticks float. The lines are separated by being a separate layer from the rest of the background. Grey shades hit the pebbles, turning them white. Afterwards, crudely drawn spirals and stars panel around, different layers changing different colors with red patches scattered around them. Rainbow panels frantically shake in once place, being separated into panels over a white backdrop. Inside the rainbow, a saxophone player can be seen.
The background is the same one used in the Classic routine. However, the background is now black instead of white and some of the elements have been placed and move differently.
The background is the exact same was used in the Extreme routine.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Perform a "dab" move by raising your left arm to your face, your right arm outwards and your right leg upwards.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Extreme Version routine:
Gold Move 1: Bend down and put your hands on your knees. Gold Move 2: Quickly point at yourself and then throw your arms down. Gold Move 3: Quickly spread your right arm out.
In the demo version of Just Dance 2017, the lyrics were red instead of yellow.
The Classic routine for Sorry is one of the choreographies selected for the digital qualifications of Just Dance 2016 World Cup. The Extreme Version instead, has been selected for the digital qualifications of the 2018 World Cup.
In the chorus, the coach does a well-known move from pop culture called "The Dab". All of the Gold Moves in the routine require players to do this move.
A man wearing the coach’s jacket makes a cameo in the background of Side to Side, but with an inverted color scheme.
The background uses the inverted color scheme of the Classic routine’s background.
In the menu square, the coach is missing her white outline.
The routine was originally a Trio performing the official choreography of the song, but the idea was ultimately scrapped for unknown reasons. An Autodance for the Beta routine can be found in the Just Dance Unlimited servers.
Sorry Extreme Version has a Behind-the-Scenes version of the square that was found in the Just Dance Unlimited servers.
In a leaked 30 seconds preview from the Just Dance Unlimited servers, the coach’s ankle turns black in certain parts of the routine. This glitch was fixed in the final release of the game.
Sorry (Extreme Version) was released on April 27, 2017 in Just Dance Now, along with those for What Is Love and Cheap Thrills, and they could be regularly earned for 150 coins (although Alternates usually require a VIP pass to be played). All of these routines were removed after a few hours.
However, they were added back on May 18, 2017.
In Just Dance Unlimited, the Extreme Version is erroneously featured in the Trio playlist.
This could be due to the fact that the extreme was originally planned to be a Trio.