'Look, look at me' is the fourth and final ending song used for Pocket Monsters Best Wishes. Okido announced that the ending theme for the series would be changing in BW80 in a first-airing segment and that Momo-iro Clover Z (ももいろクローバーZ) would be sing the song. The song debuted in a live performance on Saturday, May 5th, 2012 at the Toda City Culture Hall (戸田市文化会館) where Momo-iro Clover Z performed it.
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The song features Meloetta, who makes its anime debut in this ending, dancing around while all the other Pokémon join in with it. The official Best Wishes website posted the dance chart for people to dance along to the song.
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In Pokémon Smash 86, Hana finally revealed what Project Z was. She had gone to visit with Momo-iro Clover Z at their performance in Toda City and got some dancing tips for the Meloetta dance from them. Hana then learned the routine and performed it on the show as the ending. It was then announced that viewers could send in their own videos of them dancing to the song. The viewer videos were played as the ending for many Pokémon Smash episodes.
Momoclo's Kodomo Matsuri 2012 Blu-ray
The Blu-ray release of the Momoiro Clover Z event "Momokuro no Kodomo Matsuri dayo!" held at Toda City Cultural Hall on May 5th, 2012 features a live performance of this Best Wishes ending theme. It was the 8th song in their set for the performance which had 10 songs.