The Classic coaches are two men. At the beginning of the routine, they have a crudely-cut paper-like appearance and they get unwrapped with a transition that starts from the bottom. Their color schemes consist of black and grey hues, until they point up and lose their paper-like textures, which slide upwards very fast. At the same time, they get their original color schemes, and their outlines become blue and thin. Their black and grey schemes, however, are reused in certain parts of the routine.
P1 is a man with short black hair under a blue fedora. He is wearing a grey sweater with a loose neck over a black undershirt, a golden collar, black jeans and black shoes.
P2 is a man with short brown hair. He is wearing sunglasses, a blue denim jacket over a yellow undershirt, blue jeans and black sneakers with a yellow sole and yellow laces.
The coach is a woman with long black hair in a ponytail. She is wearing black round sunglasses, gold hoop earrings, a long sleeve crop top with a blue part at the bottom, navy blue leggins, a gold chain around her wrist with a hanging part and gray shoes with a white sole and white laces. Her outline is yellow and solid, and it sometimes creates clones of itself that flash behind the coach. At the beginning of the routine, she has no outline and she is hardly visible, except for some shading around her body contour.
The coaches are a man and a woman. They are shot in real life, with slight saturation editing applied on their torsos and a glowing aquamarine outline.
P1 is Chilean YouTuber JUST MAX (previously known as JUSTMAXWII). He has short dark brown hair, a brown shirt under a beige vest, black jeans and dark brown shoes.
P2 is Michi. She has long dark brown hair, a white short dress and a pair of glass slippers.
Different shapes and colors, ranging from green to apricot and yellow to red. Gray versions of female dancers, as listed below, from the same game (except for Man Down) make appearances in the routine.
In the Fanmade routine, both coaches mess up on some moves.
For example, a pictogram showed P2 going down but she did not.
Plus, at 1:40 one can notice that P1 starts the move a bit later than P2. This shows that he could have slightly forgotten the routine.
As seen in the Just Dance Now files, the square for the fanmade routine was not meant to have a border.
In the Just Dance Now files for the Fanmade routine, a scoring file named "justmaxbl_kinky.msm" can be found.
In Just Dance Unlimited, the border that is visible in the Fanmade routine was updated to match with the borders visible in Turn Up the Love and We No Speak Americanos’ Fanmade routines. However, the old border is still currently used on Just Dance Now.
A pictogram in the Fanmade version has some white pixels in the middle.
The rouint holds the record of the dancers staying in different positions of the stage.
Fine China appears at the end of the Mashup. However, when the background color changes, Fine China is still seen concluding the routine.