P1, a woman, has long brown hair and wears an orange bandanna, orange jacket, blue glove, yellow shirt, blue denim shorts, and orange heeled shoes. She has an orange outline. She has a bracelet on her right hand. She is based off of Tammi Terrell.
P2, a man, has brown curly hair with a beard, and wears a pair of brown square-framed glasses, an orange jacket which covers a blue-grey shirt underneath, a brown belt, a pair of blue jeans, and a pair of brown shoes. He has an orange outline too. He is based off of Marvin Gaye.
There are two small cells where the dancers are trapped in. Two posters and a sign that says "CINEMA" can be seen. At the end of the song, both cells merge as the two dancers hold hands. The background in the cell in which the male dancer is standing in is mostly blue while the background in the one in which the female dancer is standing in is mostly red and has a wider variety of colors than the former. Movie posters are shown to each have Only You (And You Alone) and Built For This.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Classic routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Point to the other dancer.
All Gold Moves
All Gold Moves in-game
There are 5 Gold Moves in the Mashup:
Gold Move 1: Throw open both arms from their cross over your chest. (Never Can Say Goodbye) Gold Moves 2, 3, and 4: Do a clockwise spin with your hands opened out. (Superstition) Gold Move 5: Point to the screen with your right arm. This is the final move for the Mashup. (Forget You).
Respect, which has not been released as of the Mashup's release, is featured in the Mashup.
In the Mashup, whenever "Ain't no mountain high enough" is sung, Ain't No Other Man’s dancer appears.
This may be fitting because both songs have “Ain’t No” in their names.
The only time the dancers do the exact same moves at the same time is when they are holding hands near the end of the routine. Even when they are doing similar moves to each other (such as the moves in the beginning), they are still not exactly the same, as they are only mirrored to each other.
In the Mashup, That's The Way (I Like It)'s pictogram colors are swapped: it is orange with red arrows instead of red with orange arrows.