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Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are a dance crew of female burlesque dancers with short bob hair.
P1 has pink hair. She wears an orange rosette-patterned lingerie with black borders, black pantyhose and red heels.
P2 has brown hair. She wears a red lingerie with shoulder straps and a black collar, red long gloves, black pantyhose and red heels.
P3 has black hair. She wears a blue lingerie with shoulder straps and a black collar, red long gloves, black pantyhose and red heels.
P4 has platinum blonde hair. She wears an orange flower-patterned lingerie with black borders, black pantyhose and red heels.
The dancers in the PS3 version are P2 and P1 from the Wii version.
At the start of the routine, the stage curtains rises as soon as the routine begins.
The background is a black background, where there are circular tables and seat that are occupied, with the occupants focusing on the stage in front of them. The stage is circular, which has a shiny magenta reflective floor. Spotlights decorate throughout the background, from the linings on the top of the stage to the actual hanging lights from above shiny purple curtains cloaked with glitter that surrounds the stage. Behind them is a turquoise rectangular frame, which has a large orange and yellow neon sign that says "Willkommen". Spotlights from the ceiling shines down on the dancers.
At random occasions, some hanging lamps drop from behind the frame and the "Wilkommen" sign sparks with audible noise.
Towards the end of the routine, fireworks were used in the stage. The routine ends as the camera view zooms away from the stage.
- Cabaret is one of the two songs from Cabaret featured on Dance on Broadway.
- Cabaret was referenced in the ESRB label of Dance on Broadway, in which the following lyric was cited: "She wasn't what you'd call a blushing flower . . . As a matter of fact she rented by the hour."
- The Wii version is one of the few routines to have individually colored pictograms to correspond with moves performed by only one of the dancers.
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