Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is female. She sports navy blue dreadlocks, a magenta and ice-blue headband, a navy blue choker, a pair of yellow earrings, a black crop top sweater with a magenta collar and yellow, turquoise and magenta patterns on it, a yellow bracelet on her right wrist, a magenta glove on her left hand, a pair of denim shorts with a yellow belt and the same patterns as the sweater on its lower half, magenta socks, and navy blue high heels.
The background starts as a navy blue screen with magenta sound waves vibrating to the music. Once the music begins, the background becomes several square-shaped mandalas with a lime-green sound wave vibrating to the beat of the song. Silhouettes of the coach can later be seen in the background shaking to the beat as diamonds appear and spread out in an indigo background. The background then changes to several color-changing lines spinning to the beat of the song as more silhouettes form and dance with the coach.
In the first chorus, the background changes to the beat of the song as a bigger sound wave vibrates to the beat before going through several stages of color inversion.
The background changes again to several rotating navy blue tiles as several yellow circles zoom in and form a tunnel. This time, when the lines appear, numerous smaller silhouettes of the coach appear and dance alongside her.
In the second chorus, several squares appear and expand, forming a tunnel while rotating to the beat as the background becomes kaleidoscopic and rotates to the beat too.
In the bridge, the coach pulls in the sound waves as they converge and obscure the background. In the beat drop, the background returns to the background from the first chorus before changing to the background from the second chorus and undergoing several stages of color inversion.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Put both arms up and hit the sky.
Gold Move 2: Put you right arm up slowly.
- Rhythm of the Night is the second song in the series to be covered by Ultraclub 90.
- The coach’s silhouette appeared in the E3 Song Reveal video as part of the banner used to represent the “Gamescom Song List” playlist.
- In the Autodance, the original verison by Corona was played instead of the cover. The same thing has happened with What Is Love.
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