The dancer is a man. He wears a green beanie, a red, orange, and white striped long sleeve, a red and orange vest, blue skinny jeans, and red and orange sneakers.
The dancer is a man. He wears a purple and orange tank top, teal wrist warmers, black and blue pants, blue sneakers. Also, he has neatly-combed black hair and a black beard.
The background has circles and buildings that move around and a diner that says Olly's Diner. At some points of the routine, the background turns black with a spray painting of "Troublemaker" and the routine involves female silhouettes dancing with the dancer.
The background used for all the other sweat versions. It flashes orange and purple and has yellow lights running.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: While facing the right side, put your hands on your chest and shake your shoulders. Gold Move 3: Put your arms out.
Gold Moves 1 and 2 (Original)
Gold Moves 1 and 2 (Just Dance Unlimited)
Gold Moves 1 and 2 in-game
Gold Move 3 (Original)
Gold Move 3 (Just Dance Unlimited)
Gold Move 3 in-game
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Sweat routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Run to the right, hop, and raise your arms.
Among them, Troublemaker is the second one whose new pictograms differ notably in color from the original ones, after Never Gonna Give You Up.
The diner in the background with the sign "Olly’s Diner" is a reference to the main artist of the song, Olly Murs.
On some advertisements (most notably in the marketplace.xbox.com website) and on the Beta version of the Just Dance 2014 NTSC cover, the Classic coach appears with a different color scheme: his beanie is brown instead of green, his jacket, shoes and are in shades purple instead of shades of red and orange, and his jeans are greenish instead of denim blue.
It can be also noticed that his shirt is partially unbuttoned, partially revealing a mint green tank top underneath. This does not happen in the actual gameplay.
By analyzing three pictograms of the Just Dance 2014 version, the following mistakes can be seen:
In one of them, the arrow has some excessive colored pixels between the body and the right side of the triangle.
In another one, the arrow lacks its typical white outline.
In the one for Gold Moves 1, 2 and 3, the shake emblem and the heart are not golden, and the former has no golden glow and keeps its regular color.
In Just Dance 2014, the Gold Move pictograms are more yellowish than brown, as opposed to other Solo Gold Move pictograms in the same game.
The coach makes a cameo appearance in the background of Uptown Funk.
The Classic routine was set to release on Just Dance Unlimited in April 2020 but was pushed to May due to health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Additionally, it was not meant to be free for one week.
For one week (from May 14 to May 20, 2020), Troublemaker and Woman Like Me were playable for free in Just Dance Unlimited.
On Just Dance Unlimited, in the beginning, the video glitches and freezes briefly, and the first lyric is highlighted too early.
A placeholder menu banner can be found on Just Dance Unlimited servers.
When the coach moves his hands near his armpits, small portions become black.
The Mashup has a glitch: sometimes, the dancers do not appear and there is just the Classic coach’s outline instead of them. However, pictograms are still displayed and players can still get points.
The pictogram that replaces D.A.N.C.E.’s Gold Move does not fade away.
Party Master Mode
The Party Master Mode has a glitch: whenever the caption "Rolling Hands" is selected, the preview of the dance move freezes.