The dancer is a silver-haired woman wearing a pink-gold gladiator outfit. Her hair is long and braided. She wears a black and copper headpiece, a black patent sleeve on her left arm, a copper strapless bra and skirt, and black and pink-gold thigh-length high heel boots. She exudes a magenta aura.
Extreme Crew Version
All four coaches in the Extreme Crew Version are women with black hair. They wear red bras, black skinny jeans with large holes in the right leg, single golden shoulder pads (P1 and P3 have them on their left shoulders while P2 and P4 has them on their right), high waist mesh leggings, black biker boots with golden straps, and dark sunglasses. They are differentiated by different hairstyles and the colors of their caps and gloves.
P1’s half cap and glove is light blue and has a pony hair style.
P2’s half cap and glove is green and has braided pink and black pigtails wrapped in a golden ribbon.
P3’s half cap and glove is blood orange and has three buns on the back of her head.
P4’s half cap and glove is royal purple and her hair is braided in cornrows.
The dancer is standing on a silver platform with pink shining circles. There are two silver female statues facing each other and both holding a battle ax, with its blades curved like a pair of angel wings. The statues and railings get highlighted a hot pink. She and her platform get near the statues, with the sky turning blue, pink, and purple. The ax is zoomed into, with its center and base flashing pink and its blades flashing light blue.
Extreme Crew Version
The background appears to be the end of a secluded alleyway, with fire escapes, windows that are themed after traditional Hindu shapes, and construction scaffolding. During the actual song, the windows will flash in time with the music. The alley is covered in the fog that changes color depending on what color the background is. During some points of the song, the background will have a yellow beam of light above the dancers. The sides of the background will occasionally spit out fire. The song ends with the screen fading to black
Worth It has a Duet Mashup with the theme "Tease me". The Mashup features Male/Female duet routines where dancers turn to face each other.
In some promotional images, the dancer is seen in a different color palette.
Also, in the coach selection menu for the song, the coach can be seen with a yellow glove.
Additionally, in the E3 announcement trailer, the coach is seen with a light blue outline instead of a brown and pink outline.
In a promotional image, the coach’s glove is accidentally on her left hand.
In the preview, the pictogram color is light brown instead of magenta, and the arrows are fuchsia instead of brown.
The Classic routine’s image in the song selection screen looks more like sunset or sunrise in the background. However, the actual background is set at daytime instead of sunrise or sunset.
In the Classic routine, on camera consoles, the move where the dancer crosses her left foot in front of her right foot is counted when performed during the first verse (when "I may talk a lot of stuff..." is sung), but not during the second verse (when "Come harder just because..." is sung).
Sometimes, a very unusual glitch happens when playing the Classic routine on World Dance Floor for 8th Generation consoles: some avatars from the game appear instead of the pictograms.
Another fact is that two Beta avatars appear among them: one for Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) (which uses her Beta color scheme), and one for Bailar (which has a blue outline instead of a purple one).
In the Classic routine, the eyes of the statues glow red at the end of the last pre-chorus, although it does not happen in the two previous pre-choruses.
In the Extreme Crew Version, if P2 is switched with P3, the color of their hats and gloves will be the same pattern as the star bar and the coach selection menu for Dance Crew routines.
The avatar for P2 of the Extreme Crew Version is wearing an orange hat instead of a green one.
Oddly, the Extreme Crew Version has fewer pictograms than the Classic routine. The former has 114, while the Classic routine has 181.
In one of the pictograms for the Extreme Crew Version, the shake emblem over P2’s right arm is accidentally red instead of green.
This is the only Extreme routine (excluding Fanmade) that is not a solo.
Worth It (Mashup) is the second multiplayer Mashup where one coach has more Gold Moves than the others (in this case, P1 has 6 Gold Moves while P2 has only 2), with the first one being Born This Way’.