Appearance of the Dancer
The coach is a drag queen dressed in glittery and shiny 70s-style disco style outfit similar to the one Sylvester wears when he performs the song. Her makeup includes exaggerated blue winged eyeshadow, black sharp eyeliner, black sharp eyebrows and light yellow lips. On her head is a purple glittery cap with long loose threads attached at the end while leaving the front barren. She wears a deep V-cut bodysuit that ends in the abdomen and is partitioned into red on one side and golden yellow on the other, with a sparkling golden belt wrapped around her abdomen and leg sleeves adorned with sequins styled in elephant bells. Over her shoulders is a red-and-yellow outer coat partitioned similar to the bodysuit and designed with a smooth interior and a glittery exterior. The coat has large sleeves, with thin threads hanging loosely at the bottom of her coat. She also wears a pair of purple glittery platform heels. For her accessories, she wears a set of large golden bangles on each wrist and has a glittery blue glove on her right hand.
The routine takes place on a disco club dance floor which is decorated with several animal statues, including those of a panda, a flamingo, a giraffe, a cat, a elephant, a penguin, and a zebra. The pillars in the club can be seen decorated with glittery fabric. Balloons can be seen arranged as set pieces and also strewn across the club floor. Bright golden strobe lights illuminate the dance floor, creating a sparkling effect throughout the background. In the chorus, the club floor dims down and the lights are replaced with purple, yellow, and red spotlights that circulate the club walls.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Lean to your right, bend your knees, put your left hand to your mouth as if you were having a microphone and put your right hand upwards and to the right.
Gold Move 3: Throw your hands to the sides quickly.
- You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) and Girl Like Me (C2) the are fourth and fifth unique female coaches to be portrayed by a man, after Drop the Mambo (who appears as C4 of P1 in Sugar), Le Bal Masqué (P2), and Boy, You Can Keep It.
- They are the fifth and sixth unique coaches to be portrayed by a dancer of the opposite gender, after Drop the Mambo, The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody) (C3 of P2), There Is Nothing Better In The World (Ничего на свете лучше нету) (P4), Le Bal Masqué (P2), and Boy, You Can Keep It.
- Buttons and You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) are the twelfth and thirteenth Classic routines to use a prop, after Professor Pumplestickle, You Can’t Hurry Love, Prince Ali, Flying Get, Holding Out for a Hero, Ievan Polkka, This Is How We Do, Kool Kontact, What Is Love, A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got), and Let’s Party (飞艇派对).
- They are the fifth and sixth routines where the prop is only used for a short period, after You Can’t Hurry Love, Flying Get, Holding Out for a Hero, Kool Kontact, What is Love and Let’s Party (飞艇派对).
- In the US preview gameplay, the video fades out earlier than usual.
Behind the Scenes
Official Music Video
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