Appearance of the Dancers
The dancer featured in the routine is a teenage girl who resembles Liv from the show. She has black frizzy hair. Also, she is wearing a blue dress that has a V-neck. She sports a pair of blue tap shoes with white buckles.
Like in the show’s episode the song derives from, the background takes place inside a barnhouse. On the right is a small haybale that serves as a platform. Other haybales are scatters around the wooden floor. Wooden wheels hang from the top of the ceiling. There are also wooden beams that hold the barnhouse’s structure. Two orange lamps hand from two of the beams.
There are some lights that shine music note symbols on the door at the back, The treble clef light shines neon pink, white the other notes flash a light blue. At the chorus, multiple white spotlights shine some flower symbols on the floor. Two bright pink lights flash rapidly from the roof, illuminating the barnhouse, too.
There are three spotlights that shine on all of the dancers; a blue spotlight shines on the main dancer, while two yellow spotlights shines on two male background dancers. They both wear a light blue shirt, a pair of black pants with a black belt, and a pair of black dress shoes. One dancer has short auburn hair, while the other has short black hair.
This routine has one Gold Move.
Gold Move: Throw your arms up in the air.
- This is the first routine in the Kids series in which the backup dancers are both at the right of the main coach instead of being at both sides of him/her.
- This is the only song from Liv & Maddie where none of the dancers are portrayed by Sophie Reynolds.
- The bridge and final chorus have been removed in the game.
- The episode where You, Me and the Beat appeared in ("New Year's Eve-a-Rooney") does not include the second verse and chorus, but does include the bridge and final chorus.
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