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Appearance of the Dancers
The routine is performed by a duet of a woman and a man.
P1 bears a resemblance of Marilyn Monroe, who has blonde hair in a bouffant and light makeup. She also wears an outfit similar to what Marilyn wore in film, which consists of a red strapless dress with uncovered shoulders and a large bow on her upper back, red long fancy gloves and red heels. Her accessories includes a pair of dangling diamond earrings, a shiny pearl necklace, another necklace filled with rubies and a single diamond coated bangle and a diamond ring on her right hand.
P2 has combed brown hair and brown eyes. He wears a white undershirt with a red bow tie, red tuxedo with a red waistcoat underneath it and black buttons, black slacks and black and white formal shoes.
The background is a red room with stairs in the back, a square platform with a red stripe around it (which the dancers stand on), and 3 chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. There are several men wearing tuxedos standing on the stairs. Towards the end of the song, the chandeliers raise above the ceiling and a pair of earrings lower in.
- Despite being focused on songs from Broadway musicals, the game uses a cover in the style of the film version by Marilyn Monroe.
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