The dancers are both girls each with following features:
The dancer has neon-cyan hair and a red and purple hat. She wears a blue-green dress with a pink line across the bottom, a dark blue small vest, and navy blue pants. She also wears pink and teal shoes, and a red wristband on her right arm.
The dancer has purple hair and wears a red and dandelion colored shirt, red short shorts, and red boots.
The background is red and the floor is black with a purple lightning bolt painted on it. The red wall has pictures like 3 kisses, a guitar, a skull, etc.
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Throw your arms to the side twice.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
Twist and Shake It is the only PS3 Exclusive song that was not originally made by/for Ubisoft.
It was however still covered by The Girly Team, an indirect member of Ubisoft.
The song has been made longer for the game; the original version was about 1 minute 59 seconds long. The beginning and the "Ooooooh!" part have been "copy-pasted" between two verses of the second chorus.
Thus, this is the first song in the series to be extended for a game by Ubisoft as opposed to being shortened.
Twist and Shake It and Baby Zouk are the only songs from Just Dance 3 to be extended in-game.
The code name in the Just Dance 3 files is inappropriately named “TwistShakeAss,” but it has been changed to “TwistShakeIt” for the remake.