Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are a woman and a man.
P1 is a woman with dark brown hair. She wears a gold dress with a purple bra underneath, a purple bracelet, a golden belt, and a pair of purple heels.
P2 is a man with short, brown hair. He wears a blood-colored shirt, a purple necklace, a magenta belt, a pair of purple pants, and a pair of yellow penny loafers.
The background looks like it takes place at a disco or on a stage, with a large screen against the wall, several trios of lights directly above it, a checkered floor, curtains, and a small "ON AIR" sign at the center towards the top of the wall, right above the lights. The word "DISCO" is vertically printed in large, light-up letters on either side of the stage, and slowly alternate lighting up. The dancers dance on a circular area of the floor which, in terms of design, is divided into four sections.
There are 3 Gold Moves for P1 (all of which are the same), and 4 Gold Moves for P2 in this routine:
Gold Move 1 (P2): Act as if you were pulling up a zipper with your right hand going up.
All Gold Moves (P1)/Gold Moves 2, 3, and 4 (P2):
- P1: Point to the roof.
- P2: Point to the screen.
- The last 2 minutes of the song have been cut out, reducing it to a length of 4 minutes.
- Kimi Ni Bump is the first routine in the entire franchise where one dancer has more Gold Moves than the other dancer. This instance is carried on in a few Trios, such as The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?), All About Us, and Boys (Summertime Love).
- This is the only Duet where this is the case.
- Their hair and clothes are darker and P1’s belt is missing in the menu icon.
- During the second chorus, P2 can be seen missing a move that belongs to this part.
- Specifically, at both parts of the second chorus that utilize this move, he puts his right (which would be the player’s left) hand up one beat too late.
- There are pictogram errors for both players during the song’s choruses, all of which are the same except for one.
- At the first part of the second chorus, P1 has the pictogram displaying the move she did at the start of her routine (moving her forearms in front of and away from her chest) rather than crossing one leg over the other to prepare for a spin.
- The rest of the pictograms (both players at the first part of the first chorus and just P2 at the first part of the second chorus) display the move done at those moments, but in the wrong way: Whereas the player must cross their left leg over their right leg, the pictograms at these instances instruct them to place their right leg over their left leg.
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